The Design for the Community Project by 2 KTC and 10 KIT students developed a smartphone application called “Disaster Preparedness for Nonoichi”.
A total of 30 companies had booths at the KTC Job Fair for 4th year students on Saturday, December 17th and Saturday, January 28th.
The results of the general entrance examinations, as well as the results of the recommendation-based entrance examinations were announced on Jan. 27th. Of the 130 students who took the exam, 109 students passed the exam for the 2017-18 academic year.
On Monday, January 23rd, 101 junior high school students took the KTC General Entrance Examination at KTC and “Komatsu-shi Kokaido” in Komatsu City.
9 Advanced English I (CLE2) students taught junior high school students how to create things in English.
Students from KTC won 2nd prize in the Kosen Security Contest 2016 in the A Section.
Singapore Polytechnic (SP) and KTC students built strong friendships during the 10 days MILE Program.
KTC will change its name to Kanazawa International College of Technology (KICT) (provisional) on April 1st, 2018.
Usama Bin Matt from Mara University of Technology (UiTM) gave a presentation about his internship at KTC. The internship ran from October 12th to December 14th.
Singapore Polytechnic (SP) students arrived in Japan to take part in the MILE Program.
Professor Yoshimitsu Miyano and others recorded and made a list of 3758 valuable materials in temples such as Buddhist altar fittings and old documents.
129 junior high school students and their parents/guardians participated in an admission test information session on Saturday, November 26th.
Let’s get more familiar with Manufacturing! KTC FAB Space opened. You can use your imagination and create your own designs.