Era of enrichment The History of Our Foundation

Era of enrichment1974–1988

Era of enrichment

The Yakusa Campus is expanded and enhanced along with foreign exchange programs, resulting in a truly global university.

  • Electrical
    Nagoya Training School of Electricity
  • Foundation
    Nagoya Electric Educational Foundation
  • High school
    Aichi Institute of Technology Meiden High School
  • Junior high school
    Aichi Institute of Technology Meiden Junior High School
  • Junior college
    Junior College of Aichi Institute of Technology
  • University
    Aichi Institute of Technology
  • Vocational college
    Aichi Institute of Technology Communications and Electronics
1974 
  • MarUniversity
    Relocation of university to Yachigusa is completed.
1975 
  • MarHigh school
    Night school discontinued.
  • AprUniversity
    University campus moved to 1247 Yachigusa, Yakusa-cho, Toyota.
1976 
  • AprHigh school
    Renamed as Nagoya High School of Electricity.
  • AprUniversity
    Establishment of the Architectural Engineering department.
    Establishment of the Master's course for Mechanical Engineering, and Architecture.
1977 
  • AprJunior college
    Recruitment of Junior College students discontinued.
  • JulUniversity
    Establishment of an exchange program with University of Mexico.
1978 
  • AugJunior college
    Discontinuation of Junior College.
1979 
  • JanFoundation
    Koji Goto Memorial Scholarship Fund established.
1980 
  • DecUniversity
    Establishment of sister university status with Nanjing Institute of Technology (currently Southeast University, Nanjing, China).
1983 
  • AprHigh school
    Renamed as Aichi Institute of Technology Meiden High School.
1984 
  • AprHigh school
    Principal (6th) Masao Nagao
  • AprFoundation
    Chairman Atsushi Goto receives the Blue Ribbon Medal from the Government of Japan.
1987 
  • JulUniversity
    Establishment of an exchange program with the University of Nuevo Leon, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
1988 
  • FebUniversity
    CRAY X-MP / 14se (the first supercomputer at a Japanese university) installed at the Information Technology Center.
  • AprHigh school
    Principal (7th) Akira Inokai
  • AprUniversity
    Establishment of the Information Network Engineering department.
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