During the two years of study, students engage in planning and practicing the solutions for the social issues that actually exist. Those enable them to become a solution provider of social issues with using ICT technologies.
Here you see the actual activities of students and faculty.
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My dream is to popularize the use of electronic money throughout Afghanistan Creating a world where technology is available for everyone (Part Two)
I want to introduce electronic money to Afghanistan. I will start a venture company and use the knowledge I have acquired in KIC in order to be a pioneer of popular electronic money in Afghanistan, like ICOCA card in Japan.
The possibilities for ICT in public transportation systems Creating a world where technology is available for everyone (Part One)
Common knowledge in Japan is not necessarily the same as that in the rest of the world – Using ICT to bring education to children around the world – (Part One)
Teaching the people of Afghanistan about the rebuilding capabilities of the Japanese – Making ICT familiar (Part Two) –
Afghanistan continues to have its problems and is still very far from recovering. However, when I was faced with the amazing development of Japan, I could only wish such development for my own country.
Regaining the trust of the people of Afghanistan – Making ICT familiar (Part One) –
If I can make this electronic voting system a reality, ICT will become a familiar part of people's lives and will become technology that anyone can use.
Doing everything I can for my home Kenya Studying ICT that gives form to issues (Part Two)
I will put them to maximum use and do my very best for my home Kenya. Then I will put in continual effort to be as useful as possible in the field of medical waste treatment.
Improving the medical waste management system in Kenya (Part One)
To find the solution, we must know the actual situation of medical waste management in Kenyan hospitals.
Thinking of ways to deal with issues in developing countries – Using ICT to bring education to children around the world
I immediately felt that this was precisely what I needed. This was the only school in Japan that I could study "ICT4D", and coincidentally it was in my home town of Kobe.
To solve issues in developing nations – ICT education that brings happiness – (Part Two)
I want to see these students returning to their home nations and realizing their dreams as ICT specialists such as ICT Engineers or ICT Architects, being ICT innovators and solving the problems in their societies using their own unique idea
I want to be of use to someone in this country. – ICT education that brings happiness – (Part One)