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Hue University signed MOU with KCG and KCGI, Japan (24-04-2020 16:53)

On 20 April, 2020, Hue University signed the MOU with The Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KGC) and The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI), Japan.  


Due to the preventive measures against the COVID-19, the MOU was signed by Prof. Hasegawa Wataru, KCG Chairman, and Prof. Ibaraki Toshihide, KCGI President on 18 March, 2020 before sending to Hue University by post.   


According to the MOU, the cooperation of two sides includes the following exchange areas: exchange of teachers and researchers; exchange of students; exchange of academic materials, information and publications; promotion of joint research and academic research conference; and implementation of other activities. 


In particular, Hue University and KCGI have together developed mutual cooperative activities on recruitment of instructors and enrollment of master students for working and studying at KCGI, Japan. KCGI is recruiting instructors from Hue University who have knowledge and practical experience in the information system field, applied information technology and information system related fields. Applicants must have a master‘s degree or higher, or have equivalent knowledge and experience. 


KCGI is a university with the educational model based on professional American-style school which emphasizes practical knowledge; develop high-quality human resources in Information Technology. The University accepts students not only of Information Technology but also other fields such as IT Entrepreneurship, Tourism IT, Agriculture IT, FinTech, Health, Medical Marine IT, Education IT… 


KCG is one global education group, including The Kyoto Computer Gakuin (Rakuhoku Campus, Kamogawa Campus, Kyoto Ekimae Campus), The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics, The Kyoto Japanese Language Training, The Kyoto Computer Gakuin Automobile School.  


Reported: PV / Translated: Department of Science, Technology and International Relations - Hue University

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