In April 2004, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics was established as Japan's first graduate school specializing in IT, based on Kyoto Computer Gakuin, Japan's first computer education institution. Since our founding, we have been striving to develop business leaders in the IT field under the philosophy of "Cultivation of Applied Information Technology Specialists with Advanced Practical Skills and Creativity to Respond to the Needs of Society, Lead the Age, and Lead the Next Generation".
At present, in addition to Kyoto Main School, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics has opened satellite campuses in Sapporo and Tokyo. With three campuses. Together with the three Kyoto Computer Gakuin campuses, Rakuhoku School, Kamogawa School, and Kyoto Ekimae School, we developed into the KCG group, one of the best information education institutions in Japan with more than 40,000 graduates.
In 2014, Kyoto Computer Gakuin Automobile School joined the KCG Group. In the future, in addition to conventional automobile maintenance, we promote the development of human resources with knowledge of IT such as automobile control, which is a specialized field of KCG.
In the current advanced information society, IT-related fields are rapidly and widely developing, and with the aim of further improving the educational and research environment, we are implementing education and research enhancement projects such as investing in new, state-of art equipment every year. In the future, we plan to expand the educational and research environment to meet the increasingly sophisticated and complex demands of society, and to improve various facilities.
In carrying out this improvement plan, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics has been engaged in a fund-raising campaign for the "Kyoto Graduate School of Information Technology Education Promotion Project" and is soliciting donations from a wide range of people. We would therefore like to ask for your understanding and cooperation in this regard.
The names of those who have made donations will be kept on record and will be reported in the bulletin 'Accum' of the Alumni Association.
How to donate
- The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Education Promotion Fund
Donations must be made in increments of 1000 yen or more and 1000 yen.
- Transfer Account
- Kyoto Branch, Bank of Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
Ordinary deposits 1218659 Donation fund of the Kyoto Institute of Information Technology
- *The amount donated to The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics will be deducted from the income of an individual or corporation in accordance with prescribed standards, and will be eligible for preferential tax treatment.
- About "Designated Recipient Donation System"
- The donation to The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics is approved by the Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan as "Designated Recipient Donation ”. By using this system, it is possible to receive tax benefits, such as the inclusion of all donations from corporations in deductible expenses. (Please read below.)
- *The Designated Recipient Donation System allows donations from corporations to educational institutions to be included in deductible expenses in the same way as donations to the national and local governments.
Tax reduction and exemption for donations
Donations to KCGI may receive the following tax benefits in accordance with the provisions of Article 78, Paragraph 2 of the Income Tax Act and Article 37, Paragraphs 3 and 4 of the Corporation Tax Act.
Case of Corporate Donations
The amount of the donation is included in deductible expenses for the fiscal year under one of the following systems.
In particular, the " Designated Recipient Donation” is very advantageous to donors because the entire amount donated can be included in deductible expenses.
- Designated Recipient Donation
- This donation is a system under which donations from corporations to incorporated educational institutions are first accepted by the Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan, and then distributed from the corporation to the incorporated educational institution designated by the donor. It is very advantageous for the corporation to be able to include all the donated funds in the deductible expenses for the relevant business year. (After sending the "application form for donation" to the University, the donations will be transferred using the designated transfer form.
- *The "donation receipt" issued by the Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan is required to apply for the deduction. This "donation receipt" will be sent via The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics.
- Specified Public Interest Corporation
- Deductible expenses are allowed up to the following limits, which are separate from the upper limit for general contributions.
*This deduction can be processed by "donation receipt" and "Certificate of Being a Specified Public Interest Promotion Corporation" issued by the University. These documents will be sent out as soon as the donation is paid to KCGI.
If a donation exceeds 2000 yen, the excess amount will be deducted from taxable income for the year, and income tax will be reduced. However, the upper limit for deductible donations is 40% of income.
To apply for the deduction of donations, please submit to the registered tax office a copy of the "Donation Receipt" and "Certificate of the Specified Public Interest Promotion Corporation" issued by The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics within the tax return period of the year following the year of donation.
For inquiries and questions regarding The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Education Promotion Fund, please contact the following address.
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics - Administrative Office
7 Tanaka Monzen-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, -8225 606
TEL: (075) 711-0161 FAX: (075) 722-2283
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