KTC signed a partnership agreement with Hakurei Elementary School/ Junior High School (Hakusan City) on Tuesday, April 18th. They will collaborate in areas such as educational activities and disaster prevention.
KTC teachers gave presentations about their educational outcomes and new curriculum for International College of Technology (ICT) at Hakusan on Tuesday, March 29th.
KTC held a Staff Development (SD) training seminar to help staff develop a better understanding of the school rules and facilities at the Hakusan Campus on Tuesday, March 28th.
KTC and KIT invited students from the Vietnam Japan Institute of Technology, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology (TNI), Singapore Polytechnic (SP), and Universitas Muhammadiyah Malan (UMM) to create innovative machines.
The 2017 Learning Express program started on Thursday, March 16th in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
KTC graduation ceremony for the 2016/17 academic year was held on Wednesday, March 15th.
Professor Stephen Szabo is going to be on a KIT FM radio program “Campus Amenity” on Saturday, March 18th.
Yumekoubou 41 building was rebuilt. The opening ceremony was held on Tuesday, March 7th.
KIT/KTC signed a memorandum of cooperation with Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY) on Monday, March 6th. UMY became KTC’s sixth international partner institution.
2nd year students from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering took the Physics and Chemistry II class.