Objectives of the University
Here we introduce the objectives of the University.
The objectives of the University are to develop people who can think autonomously and act in a global scale by providing education and research of a wide range of knowledge and deep specialized sciences under the Fundamental Act of Education and School Education Act, based on the philosophy of foundation of the University.
Education Objectives of the University.
We introduce the Education Objectives of the University.
The University aims at “development of people required by society” and “100% student satisfaction” by “evolving into a university required by society.” The Education Objectives of the University are to “develop people who can think autonomously and act on a global scale” (Regulations of the University, Article 1).
In order to realize the education objectives of the University in the present day situations, the University sets the Education Objectives of “developing human ability,” based on the “Personnel Needs Research,” independently conducted by the University.
“Human ability” here refers to “six basic abilities required by society,” specifically, the following six basic abilities of “ability to communicate, ability to cooperate, ability to adapt, ability to act, ability to identify issues and challenges, and ability to think logically” and these six basic abilities are mutually related and build a complementary “comprehensive ability” for each individual.
The figure below illustrates “human ability as comprehensive ability,” keeping in mind the business scene.
Medium-Term Vision of “New Kyoto Gakuen University”
Here we introduce the Medium-Term Vision.
At the Board of Directors’ meeting held on July 26, the Medium-Term Vision of ‘“New Kyoto Gakuen University”-Toward 100% Student Satisfaction’ was adopted. The University opened Kyoto Uzumasa Campus in April 2015 to expand its boundaries in a new age as a university operating double campuses.
Medium-Term Vision makes clear the medium-term objectives and challenges in order for the University to “evolve into the university required by society” for the period from 2014 to 2018, based on the philosophy of the University’s foundation. We will make every effort toward “100% student satisfaction” by all instructors and staff sharing the challenges and objectives.