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Seminar at the Tokyo Satellite Campus

The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) will hold a graduate school information session. At the briefing session, we will provide an overview of the curriculum, introduce the scholarship system, faculty, and more, as well as provide detailed information about the entrance exam. We also have time for individual consultations with faculty members. Please feel free to join us.

*If you are not feeling well on the day of the event, please refrain from coming to the event.

Date and Venue

Online (Zoom)
August 24, 2024 (Saturday) Reception starts at 12:45, Session starts at 13:00 *Information sessions for international students will be held simultaneously.
September 28, 2024 (Saturday) Reception starts at 12:45, Session starts at 13:00 *Information sessions for international students will be held simultaneously.
Registration for International Students

Time Schedule

12: 30 Reception, 13: 00 Start
13: 00 ~ 13: 50: School Outline, Educational Curriculum Description, and Equipment Introduction
13: 50 ~ 14: 00: Break
14: 00 ~ 14: 45: Mini lecture
14: 45 ~ 15: 00: Selection of admissions, explanation of scholarship system
15: 00 ~: Individual consultation meeting

Instructor Introduction

Saturday, August 24, 2024. (Online)

Professor. Hisaya Tanaka


  • Bachelor of Engineering, Waseda University
  • Former Acting Manager of System Support Division, Fujitsu Limited, Former Director of Fujitsu University, Former Executive Director and Manager of IT Human Resources Development Headquarters, Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan
  • Senior educator of the Japan Society for Engineering Education, Member of Product Planning Committee, Japan Society for Engineering Education, Board Member of Mitou Foundation
  • Head of Tokyo Satellite

Mini lecture

Saturday, August 24, 2024. (Online)

What is Currently Expected of IT Personnel
Lecturer Hisaya Tanaka (Professor)

In modern society, the progression of digitalization and computer technology has dramatically changed our lives. The development of the internet made worldwide information sharing possible and brought the freedom of expression to the individuals. The information gap between countries, regions, and companies has narrowed, creating a globally connected society.
Additionally, with the rapid evolution of recent AI technology, AI is becoming deeply integrated into our lives. The advancements in AI and robotics indicate the potential to free humans from simple tasks and dangerous missions. Such technological innovations will bring significant changes to societal structures and working styles. However, how we accept and utilize these changes is left to human choice.
The IT industry is also rapidly evolving and this change is expected to continue. Amid these societal transformations, IT personnel are required to obtain new skills and abilities. For instance, not only computer technology and programming skills but also problem-solving abilities, communication skills, and creativity are emphasized. Moreover, the ability to utilize technology ethically and contribute to society is also crucial. In this lecture, I will discuss recent IT trends and the skill sets expected of IT personnel.

Information on Individual Consultation at The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics

We offer individual consultation at our Kyoto Main Campus at any time. While answering your questions, we will explain the characteristics of the university, its curriculum, and its scholarship system.

The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Admission Center

For international students

Within Japan:  0120-829-628
Overseas: +81-75-681-6334