Three Areas of Enhancement
The first concrete step in order to train and create what we call “TECH LEADERs,” i.e. highly sophisticated and specialized personnel, is to make the curriculum itself more attractive, through school-wide structural reforms. Constructing an educational system oriented to an international society and to providing learning opportunities that make use of Kyoto’s cultural resources, further nurtures humanity.
Producing more attractive human resources means transforming the university’s organization into that of an international group. By sending and receiving faculty and staff members to and from overseas, an organization richer in internationality as well as the establishment of a global inter-university network progress will be achieved.
Making our campus more attractive involves creating facilities where not only Japanese and international students, but also our teaching staff, world leading researchers and regional companies can comfortably interact. This facilitates encounters with people from diverse views and backgrounds and contributes to the creation of novel ideas and broadened values.
KIT INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL(Annual Reports)
Our efforts during this project will enhance our current strengths: enhancing our curriculum, globally active human resources and networking presence as an ASIAN HUB.