The History of Our Foundation
The early years1912–1925
Professor Takasaburou Goto establishes the first school of electricity in the Chubu region to meet Japan’s growing need for electrical engineers.
Laying the groundwork1925–1945
Takasaburou’s son Koji builds a school in Wakamizu, laying the foundation for a superior learning environment.
The Goto Educational Foundation, precursor to the Nagoya Electrical Educational Foundation, is established during Japan’s postwar recovery years.
Era of expansion1954–1974
The Chubu region's first college of technology is established with the creation of a junior college, realizing the foundation’s cherished hope of offering an integrated secondary, high school, and college education.
Era of enrichment1974–1988
The Yakusa Campus is expanded and enhanced along with foreign exchange programs, resulting in a truly global university.
Era of forward progress1989–present
Doctorate programs are added to the graduate school and a vocational college designed to train IT specialists is established.