History of Clark
Fujishin Bldg., 8F, 4-4-18, Kitanagasadoori, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Japan
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Student support・Management and administration of school facilities
|1988||“Clark Foreign Language School” opened in Nagata Ward, Kobe City（October 1）|
|1989||Was certified as a Japanese language institution by Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education.|
|1991||Relocated to the new school building in front of JR Kobe station|
|1992||Established the ‘Jyoukei Gakuen’ and was approved by Hyogo Prefecture.
Established and opened ‘CLARK International Vocational School’ (two-year-education)
Approved as the first Vocational school of Japanese Language in Japan.
(Cooperation with CLARK Foreign Language School realized Japanese only education of four years.)
|1994||Over 300 students|
|1995||Temporary closure due to the Great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake.|
|2001||「Clark International College」Restart|
|2002||‘CLARK / MIZUTA Memorial Scholarship’ was launched.
‘CLARK / MIZUTA Memorial Scholarship’ was launched.
|2003||Established the ‘International Japanese Promotion Corporation’
Purchased a school building (North Building) at Ohwakidai, Kita-ku, Kobe
|2004||Opened the ‘CLARK Northwest International Vocational School’ (two-year-education)|
|2006||Opened a Japanese language preliminary course at the ‘CLARK International Vocational School’.|
|2007||Shinkobe Central Station school building moved to Sannomiy Center Plaza West Building 7th floor.|
|2008||The ‘CLARK Foreign Language School’ and ‘College Preparatory preliminary Course in Japanese of CLARK International Vocational School’ received a school certification.|
|2010||Over 650 students（January）|
|2013||The campus moved to the Fujishin Building which is nearby JR/Hanshin Motomachi station.|