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KCGI enrollment capacity to 700 students beginning in FY2023.Approx. 9 times that at the time of the school's opening

The Kyoto College of Guraduate Studies in Informatics (KCGI) will increase its enrollment capacity for the academic year 2023 from 600 to 700 students.In December 2022, a notification of change was submitted to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.This is approximately nine times the enrollment capacity of 80 students when the school opened in 2004.In August 2022, a new building will be completed at the Hyakumanben campus of the main school in Kyoto, and the school will be ready to accept students.As the first IT professional graduate school in Japan, we will c

President Hasegawa gave a presentation on the "International Women's Conference WAW!The proposal was made at the "Government-sponsored

Wataru Hasegawa, President of the KCG Group, which includes Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) and Kyoto Computer Guraduate Institute of Informatics (KCGI), attended the government-sponsored "International Women's Conference WAW!(WAW!(2022), where he participated in discussions with top leaders from Japan and abroad.Mr.

KCG "Digital Day" Commemorative Lecture to be Delivered on October 2

The KCG Group, centered on Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), Kyoto College of Information Technology (KCGI), and Kyoto College of Global Motor Vehicles (KCGM), will deliver a commemorative lecture online on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 14:00 to coincide with the "Digital Day" established in 2021.Hiroto Chiba, Professor at Kyoto Institute of Information Science and Director of KCG Museum, who specializes in the history of computers, will discuss the development of science and technology, including digital devices, from the perspective of comparing past science fiction and the reality of 2022, under