The signing ceremony of MoU between UNIST and Ulsan Metropolitan City Corporation took place on May 8, 2020.
On May 8, UNIST signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ulsan Metropolitan City Corporation to accelerate their efforts to boost the MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions) project. The term MICE (Meetings, Inc... Read More
From LG Chemicals Polymer Award to TV appearance ... inspiring stories of UNIST gained media attention.
《Editor’s Note: UNIST has attracted much attention recently, as its name was mentioned on Korean media through the inspiring stories of its students and faculty. Through this, UNIST had an excellent opportunity to showcase some of its recen... Read More
UNIST has been selected as the institute to run government-funded graduate schools specializing in AI.
On April 16, the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) has announced that UNIST has been added to the 2020 list of AI Graduate Schools for intensive support under the government’s initiative to widen the domestic talent pool in the area of AI.... Read More
The signboard-hanging ceremony for the UNIST-HHI Research Cooperation Center took place on April 8, 2020.
UNIST has established an industry-academia alliance with Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HHI) to pursue cooperative research projects in a variety of areas, including shipbuilding, offshore, robotics, and artificial intelligence (AI) te... Read More
UNIST, in partnership with Class 101, will be moving part of the Leadership Program courses, offered in Spring 2020 semester to online delivery.
While universities around the world are either closing their campuses or replacing in-person teaching with online alternatives amid COVID-19 concerns, a student-led venture company has turned crisis into opportunity. That is to expand quali... Read More
UNIST President Yonghoon Lee will also join the movement for COVID-19 control efforts.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, presidents of S. Korea’s four institutes of science and technology, including UNIST have decided to return 30 percent of their monthly salaries for the next four months. This move was part of the voluntary sal... Read More
On March 19, the UNIST Infectious Disease Control Committee held emergency meetings to completely switch to online-only classes.
UNIST has announced that it would be transitioning to online courses for the remainder of the spring semester. On March 19, the UNIST Infectious Disease Control Committee held emergency meetings to further reassess the situation. Thus, they... Read More
UNIST · DGIST will transition all their in-person classes to an online learning environment via Blackboard.
KAIST · GIST will utilize other online platforms and ZOOM in an effort to slow the surge of the pandemic.
In resonse to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, S. Korea’s four S&T research institutes have decided to take extreme steps to make sure their students are not exposed to the virus on campus. Officials from each S&T institut... Read More
[Healthcare Center] Announcement of UNIST Safety and Precaution Measures Regarding the COVID-19.
Since last week, there has been drastic increase of confirmed cases of COVID-19 from nearby Daegu, Kyeongbuk. Moreover, a few days ago more cases has been confirmed in Ulsan. Government raised threat alert level from ‘orange’ to ‘red’... Read More
The start of Spring 2020 Semester will be delayed by two weeks, starting from March 2.
UNIST has decided to postpone the start of the Spring 2020 Semester, as part of the national efforts to control the spread of Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). As a result, the start of spring semester will be delayed by two weeks, starting fr... Read More