AKITO Global Partners with Faculty of Computing & META-Technology

Addressing Programmer Shortage: AKITO Global Partners with Faculty of Computing & META-Technology

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, Japan finds itself facing a pressing challenge – a shortage of skilled programmers. To tackle this issue head-on, AKITO Global, a forward-thinking tech company, is taking the initiative to bridge the gap by partnering with the Faculty of Computing.


The Challenge of Programmer Shortage

Japan has long been a technological powerhouse, renowned for its innovations and contributions to the global tech industry. However, the demand for skilled programmers has outpaced the supply. This growing gap between available talent and industry needs poses a significant hurdle for Japanese companies striving to remain competitive on the global stage.


AKITO’s Vision: A Collaborative Solution

Recognizing the urgency of this issue, AKITO Global has embarked on a mission to cultivate the next generation of programmers. Their innovative approach involves a strategic collaboration with the Faculty of Computing. This partnership aims to harness the potential of young minds and equip them with the skills required to meet the industry’s demands.


Creating Future Programmers

The collaboration between AKITO Global and the Faculty of Computing & META-Technology is a two-fold endeavour. First, it seeks to provide students with real-world experience and training, ensuring they are job-ready upon graduation. Second, it fosters a mutually beneficial relationship that not only benefits the students but also bolsters the tech ecosystem in Japan.


Key Components of the Collaboration:

Curriculum Enhancement: AKITO Global will actively participate in curriculum development, tailoring coursework to align with industry needs. This ensures that students are learning the most relevant and in-demand skills.

Internship Opportunities: The company will offer internship programs, allowing students to gain practical experience and insights into real-world kotech projects.

Mentorship: Seasoned professionals from AKITO Global will serve as mentors, guiding students on their academic and career journeys.

Scholarships: AKITO Global will establish scholarships to support outstanding students, reducing the financial burden associated with pursuing a computing degree.

Research Collaboration: AKITO Global and the Faculty of Computing & META-Technology will collaborate on research projects, fostering innovation and knowledge sharing.


A Win-Win Collaboration

The collaboration between AKITO and the Faculty of Computing & META-Technology is not just a solution to Japan’s programmer shortage; it’s a win-win scenario. Students receive top-notch education and invaluable industry exposure, while AKITO Global gains access to a pool of talented, homegrown programmers.

By nurturing talent within Japan and fostering a culture of innovation, AKITO’s Global vision extends beyond its immediate needs. It lays the foundation for a brighter, more competitive future for Japan in the global tech arena.

As the collaboration unfolds, it serves as a beacon of hope, demonstrating that the programmer shortage in Japan can be turned into an opportunity for growth, learning, and innovation. In the end, it’s not just about producing programmers; it’s about shaping the future of technology in Japan.

By Ahmad Nurzid Bin Rosli (Science Computer & Digital Technology Department)