共立女子大学・共立女子短期大学の教育がGMI Post社『Foreign Affairs』に掲載されました

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GMI Post社から本学 川久保 清 学長への取材が行われ、『Foreign Affairs』2023年11月・12月号「日本の教育特集」記事に掲載されました。急速に変化する社会においても、実学とリーダーシップの重要性を教育活動の中心に据え、学生が活躍できる能力を育成していることが紹介されています。


The concept of Society 5.0 lays out a future where technology is harnessed to create a human-centered society. By integrating the breakthroughs of the Information Age, like Big Data, the Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence, Japan hopes to create an environment where technology serves its citizens in the essential aspects of their lives, including health care, transportation, and urban planning.
Universities play a pivotal role in realizing this vision through research and collaboration with industries and government agencies, both national and local, to develop solutions that improve efficiency, sustainability, and the overall well-being of citizens. If this transformational project is to succeed, the humans behind the technology must likewise be well-developed.
Tracing its origins to 1886 as the Kyoritsu Women's Educational Institution, Kyoritsu Women's University was established in 1949 and has remained committed to educating and empowering women as valuable members of society from the post-war period to the present day.
"The founding spirit of our institution is promoting independence and self-reliance of women. We put an emphasis on hands-on education and leadership, starting with the Faculty of Home Economics and growing into the comprehensive university we are today. Recently, we are actively fostering the full potential of our students' leadership with global perspectives," said Kyoritsu Women's University President Kiyoshi Kawakubo.
In the context of Society 5.0, Kyoritsu Women's University sees itself playing a pivotal role by expanding its curriculum and equipping its students with the knowledge, skills, and a critical mindset that will allow them to succeed in a rapidly evolving world.
Located in central Tokyo, Kyoritsu Women's University has six faculties offering bachelor degrees: Home Economics, Arts and Letters, International Studies, Nursing, Business Studies, and Architecture and Design. Associate degrees are offered by two departments: the Science of Living and Language and Literature. Graduate programs are offered in Home Economics, Arts and Letters, International Studies, and Nursing Studies.

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