History

Nov. 1962 The cooperative organization for establishing National Institute of Technology, Gifu College was authorized.
Jan. 1963 The site of National Institute of Technology, Gifu College was decided(Shinsei-cho, Motosu-gun, Gifu)
Apr. 1963 National Institute of Technology, Gifu College was established with three departments :Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Civil Engineering
Dr.Sc.Hiroshi Iinuma, the former Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Gifu University, took office as the first President.
Mar. 1964 Main Building Ⅰand Dormitory A were erected.
Move from the temporary school building to the present one.
Mar. 1965 Main Building Ⅱ, Building for Practical Work and Dormitory D were erected.
Mar. 1966 Main Building Ⅲ, Gymnasium Ⅰand Dormitory C were erected.
Apr. 1966 General Affairs and Finance Divisions were established.
Dec. 1966 Kendo Trraining Hall was erected.
May. 1967 Swimming Pool was erected.
Jan. 1968 The site of Training Camp "Ryounso" was erected.
Apr. 1968 Department of Architecture was established.
Mar. 1969 Building for Dep. Architecture was erected.
Apr. 1971 Studet Affairs Division was established.
Mar. 1972 Library was erected.
Feb. 1973 Computer Center was erected.
Apr. 1974 The acceptance ceremony for Ando Memorial Hall was hold.
Apr. 1978 Dr.Eng.Yoshimasa Furuya, the former Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Nagoya University, took office as the second President.
Aug. 1978 Superintendence and the site of the 13th All-Japan Inter-Collegiate Athletic Competition.
Mar. 1979 Site of Training Camp "2nd Ryounso" and drainage were erected.
Mar. 1980 Gymnasium Ⅱwas erected.
Jul. 1981 Main Building Ⅳwas erected.
Apr. 1984 Dr.Sc.Hitoshi Wakita, the former Dean of the Faculty Engineering at Gifu University, took office as the third President.
Mar. 1985 Welfare Hall "Ibuki" was erected.
Apr. 1988 Deparment of Electronic Control Engineering was established.
Mar. 1990 Main Building Ⅴwas erected.
Apr. 1991 Dr.Eng.Akiyoshi Okitsu, the former Professor at Toyohashi University of Technology, took office as the forth President.
Apr. 1992 The five-day school week system was introduced.
Oct. 1992 The international academic exchange agreement with Dongyang Mirae University (former Dong Yang Technical College), Korea.
Apr. 1993 Restructuring of Department of Civil Engineering.
Jun. 1994 Dormitory D was erected.
Apr. 1995 Advanced Course was established.
Mar. 1997 The international academic exchange agreement with Cossatot Technical College,Arkansas,USA.
Mar. 1997 Advanced Course Building was erected.
Apr. 1998 Dr.Eng.Masamitsu Kosaki, the former Professor at Toyohashi University of Technology, took office as the fifth President.
Aug. 1999 Facilities for photovoltaic power generation were installed.
Apr. 2000 Restructuring of Department of Electrical Engineering into Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Dec. 2000 Multimedia Building was erected.
Jan. 2003 Installation of a signboard showing schoolname.
Apr. 2004 Transition to the Independent Administrative Institution, Institute of National Colleges of Technology,Gifu College of Technology.
May. 2004 The educational program of Environmental System and Design Engineering was authorized byJapanese Accreditation Board of Engineering Education (JABEE).
Apr. 2006 Dr.Eng.Tateki Sakakibara, the former Professor at Toyohashi University of Technology, took office as the sixth President.
Mar. 2007 Certified its compliance with the accreditation standards of the National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation in 2006.
Apr. 2009 The educational program of Environmental System and Design Engineering was authorized by Japanese Accreditation Board of Engineering Education (JABEE).
Mar. 2010 The Regional Technology Center was renovated.
Apr. 2011 Dr. Eng. Toshihiro Kitada, the former Professor and Dean of School of Environmental and Life Sciences, Toyohashi University of Technology, took office as the seventh President.
Jul. 2011 The domestic academic exchange agreement among Toyohashi University of Technology, four National Colleges of Technology of Gifu, Numazu, Toyota, and Suzuka, and National College of Maritime Technology of Toba.
Nov. 2011 The international academic exchange agreement with Institute of Technology, Bandung (ITB), Indonesia.
Jul. 2012 The international academic exchange agreement with University of Technology, Malaysia (UTM).
Sep. 2012 The international academic exchange agreement with Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Hannover, Germany.
Apr. 2013 The international academic exchange agreement with University of Iowa, the U.S.
Jun. 2014 The international academic exchange agreement with Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Apr. 2014 The educational program of Environmental System and Design Engineering was authorized by Japanese Accreditation Board of Engineering Education (JABEE).
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Electronic Control Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Advanced Course