history

history

Ministry of Education (as Yuge National College of Technology) – Present day
01st April 2004
(Heisei 16)
College is given greater independence as a National College of Technology Institute
01st April 2005
(Heisei 17)
Establishment of Advanced Courses for graduates in Marine Transportation Systems Engineering and Advanced Production Systems Engineering
12th November 2005
(Heisei 17)
Commemoration ceremony for the establishment of the Advanced Engineering courses
01st March 2007
(Heisei 19)
Appointment of Ochiai Toshikuni (a former member of the National Institute for Educational Policy) as principal
03rd March 2007
(Heisei 19)
The `Shimanami-Techno-Partnership` is established to promote the advancement of technology
01st April 2007
(Heisei 19)
General office reorganized in to General Affairs, Student Affairs and Planning & Information sections
18th March 2008
(Heisei 20)
New research facilities opened
01st April 2008
(Heisei 20)
The Technical Division is split from the Technical Support Section
01st April 2009
(Heisei 21)
Appointment of a Dean to the Dept. of Public Relations and establishment of a system of 4 Deans
01st October 2009
(Heisei 21)
Opening of the Technical Support Centre
31st January 2011
(Heisei 23)
New boathouse completed
02nd April 2012
(Heisei 24)
Appointment of Ryuuichi Kimura a professor of Kobe University as principal
Ministry of Education (as Yuge Technical College) – 1967 to 2004 (Heisei 42 ~ Heisei 16)
01st June1967
(Showa 42)
Establishment as Yuge National College of Maritime Technology with an initial intakes of 40 students for the Maritime Technology and Marine Engineering course
16th June1967
(Showa 42)
Appointment of Yukio Honjo a professor of Kobe Maritime University as principal
01st April 1969
(Showa 44)
Intake set of 40 students for the Maritime Technology and 80 students for the Marine Engineering course
20th August 1969
(Showa 44)
The first phase of construction work on the main college building is completed
10th February 1970
(Showa 45)
The college training ship Yuge Maru is launched
10th March 1970
(Showa 45)
The second phase of construction work on the main college building is completed
10th April 1970
(Showa 45)
The General Affairs and Finance Divisions are set up
07th August 1970
(Showa 45)
The first phase of construction work on the dormitory buildings is completed
30th January 1971
(Showa 46)
Construction of the Budojo is completed
06th November 1971
(Showa 46)
New campus building completion and celebration of the 70th anniversary of the institution
23rd March 1972
(Showa 47)
Completion of the ship control office
24th May 1972
(Showa 47)
Completion of the kendo hall
08th March 1973
(Showa 48)
The second phase of construction work on the dormitory buildings is completed
01st April 1973
(Showa 48)
The Student Affairs Division is set up
30th October 1973
(Showa 48)
Yuge Maru pier and moorings are completed
30th November 1973
(Showa 48)
Completion of the library building
30th November 1973
(Showa 48)
Boarding house is established (dormitories are improved)
20th March 1974
(Showa 49)
Completion of the swimming pool
20th March 1974
(Showa 49)
The Experimental Water Tank and Wind Tunnel Laboratory is completed
25th December 1974
(Showa 49)
The Gas Turbine Laboratory is completed
15th December 1975
(Showa 50)
The Computer Centre is completed
01st April 1978
(Showa 53)
Appointment of Taro Kosaka a professor of Tokyo Maritime University as principal
31st March 1980
(Showa 55)
Installation of floodlights for the baseball ground
31st March 1980
(Showa 55)
Completion of the Open Control Management facility
20th February 1981
(Showa 56)
The Engine Laboratory is completed
30th September 1981
(Showa 56)
Completion of the Welfare facilities
03rd November 1981
(Showa 56)
Celebration of the 80th anniversary of the institution
10th March 1982
(Showa 57)
Completion of the second gym hall
25th March 1983
(Showa 58)
Completion of the boat house
01st April 1985
(Showa 60)
The Marine Engineering course is revised in to the Electronic Mechanical Engineering Course
01st April 1986
(Showa 61)
Appointment of Fumio Maeda a professor of Kobe Maritime University as principal
23rd March 1987
(Showa 62)
The Electronic Mechanical Engineering Dept. building is completed
10th January 1988
(Showa 63)
Appointment of Yukio Tarumi a professor of Kobe Maritime University as principal
01st April 1988
(Showa 63)
The Maritime Technology and Marine Engineering course are revised in to the Maritime Technology and Information Science and Technology courses
25th March 1991
(Heisei 03)
The Information Science and Technology Dept. building is completed
30th March 1994
(Heisei 06)
The college training ship Yuge Maru is launched
01st April 1994
(Heisei 06)
Appointment of Akira Kurosawa a professor of Kobe Maritime University as principal
01st April 1994
(Heisei 06)
The Computer Education Centre is opened
08th April 1994
(Heisei 06)
Ceremony to mark the inauguration of the college training ship Yuge Maru
27th March 1996
(Heisei 08)
All computers in the college are connected to the internet
28th June 1996
(Heisei 08)
Worker`s housing complex is completed
01st June 1997
(Heisei 09)
A `Thirty year history of Yuge National College of Maritime Technology` is published
19th March 1999
(Heisei 11)
Accommodation for female students in the dormitory buildings is completed
01st April 1999
(Heisei 11)
Appointment of Toshiki Morita a professor of Kobe Maritime University as principal
30th June 1999
(Heisei 11)
A solar power generation system I installed on campus
30th March 2000
(Heisei 12)
The college training ship Hamakaze is completed
22nd December 2000
(Heisei 12)
The `White Cloud` welfare facility building is completed
16th January 2001
(Heisei 13)
As part of an reorganization of government ministries the Ministry of Education is renamed the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
08th June 2001
(Heisei 13)
Worker`s housing complex is completed
02nd November 2001
(Heisei 13)
Celebration of the 100th anniversary of the institution
10th January 2002
(Heisei 14)
Appointment of Kazu Nishigaki a professor of Kobe Maritime University as principal
18th October 2002
(Heisei 14)
The Research Centre for Regional Collaboration is established
Ministry of Education – 1951 to 1966 (Showa 26 ~ Showa 41)
01st April 1951
(Showa 26)
Placed under control of the Ministry of Education and renamed Yuge Maritime College
18th October 1951
(Showa 26)
Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the institution
28th March 1953
(Showa 28)
Appointment of Yoshihiko Koguchi as principal
03rd November 1961
(Showa 36)
Celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the institution
01st April 1966
(Showa 41)
Appointment of Tetsuo Hisatsugu as principal
Ministry of Transport – 1943 to 1951 (Showa18 ~ Showa 23)
01st November 1943
(Showa18)
Placed under control of the Ministry of Transport & Communications
18th May 1945
(Showa 20)
Government reorganization places the school under the control of the Ministry of Transport
29th March 1946
(Showa 21)
Appointment of Maseyoshi Ikemura as principal
01st April 1946
(Showa 21)
Integrated with Awashima Maritime School
21st April 1948
(Showa 23)
Appointment of Michiki Sano as principal
Ministry of Education – 1940 to 1943 (Showa 15 ~ Showa 18)
01st July 1940
(Showa 15)
Placed under direct control of the Ministry of Education
01st July 1940
(Showa 15)
Appointment of Yoshitake Taguchi as principal
Prefectural institution – 1908 to 1940 (Meiji 41 ~ Showa 15)
01st April 1908
(Meiji 41)
Foundation as Ehime Prefecture Yuge Merchant Marine School
27th December 1920
(Taisho 09)
Appointment of Jisaku Hasegawa as principal
21st June 1926
(Taisho 16)
Appointment of Sumijiro Takeuchi as principal
01st April 1930
(Showa 05)
Establishment of departments
30th September 1935
(Showa 10)
Appointment of Michi Akage as principal