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KCGI and KCG signed an exchange agreement with Tribhuvan University in Nepal

KCG Principal Yoichi Terashita after signing the agreement.Behind screen is Salvin Sayami, Director of TU-CDCSIT Center
KCG Principal Yoichi Terashita after signing the agreement.Behind screen is Salvin Sayami, Director of TU-CDCSIT Center

The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin University (KCG) concluded an inter-university exchange agreement with the Center for Computer Science and Information Technology (TU-CDCSIT), Faculty of Science and Technology, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, on July 29, 2022.The signing ceremony, which was held online in light of the outbreak of the new coronavirus, was attended by KCG Principal Yoichi Terashita, Tribhuvan University Dean of Science and Technology Vinil Aryal, and Center Director Salvin Sayami, who signed the agreement.Toshihide Ibaraki, President of KCGI, will sign at a later date.The agreement will be mailed and signed by both parties to be completed in the future.KCG Group has been promoting cooperative relationships with universities and educational institutions around the world, and this is the first agreement with a university in Nepal.

Tribhuvan University (TU), founded in 1959, is Nepal's oldest and largest national university.It has produced many excellent human resources and contributed to the modernization and development of the country.Through this agreement, KCGI/KCG and TU-CDCSIT will establish a cooperative relationship and carry out activities together, including joint development of educational and research projects, faculty and student exchanges, and holding symposia and seminars.

At the signing ceremony, Dean Ariyal said, "I believe that this agreement will lead to development in the IT field for our faculty and students.Director Sayami said, "Nepal and Japan have close ties in various fields.We hope that the agreement will deepen the relationship between TU and KCG."Principal Terashita said, "With the conclusion of this agreement, we will establish a strong student exchange scheme between Japan and Nepal in the coming years.This agreement will definitely further strengthen our bilateral friendship," he said.

Since its founding, the KCG Group has been actively involved in building a global educational network.In particular, since the opening of KCGI in 2004, KCGI has concluded academic exchange agreements with universities in China, Korea, the Czech Republic, and Italy.In 2020, we have agreements with National Hue University (HU), National University of Danang (UD), and Hanoi National University, University of Humanities and Social Sciences (VNU-USSH) in Vietnam.