Discussing ways to strengthen cooperation in student exchange and research cooperation
UNIST President Moo Je Cho visited ETH Zürich and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland’s two federal institutes of technology, ranked in the top 20 universities worldwide. During his stay in Switzerland, Presid... Read More
Ulsan bus travel in the palm of your hand with launch of mobile application
While public transit can resuce transportation costs and contribute to a healthier and greener environment, crowded buses, insensitive fellow passengers, and the unfamiliar transit schedule are a few of the challenges faced by UNIST student... Read More
Starting fusion medical engineering research together with College of Medicine of Kosin University.
The Department of New Materials Engineering at UNIST started fusion medical engineering research together with College of Medicine of Kosin University. The official MOU Signing Ceremony between UNIST and the College of Medicine of Kosin Uni... Read More
Stay tuned for more information about 2015 UNIST Startup Clinic, March 23th-28th
On March 23, UNIST hosted a week long Business Start-up Guide workshop, called “2015 UNIST Startup Clinic,” bringing together educators and students from all majors across campus. This intensive program, organized by UNIST Busin... Read More
UNIST, recognizing outstanding faculty members
Most of us have at least one special educator in our lives who had made a profound difference in our lives – someone who motivated and inspired us to bring out the best in us. Indeed, being a great teacher not only means to have a thorough... Read More
Chemistry industry in Ulsan has played an important role in Korea's economic development
Not only has the chemistry industry in Ulsan played an important role in the local community, it has also made remarkable contributions to the country’s economic prosperity. On March 20, UNIST held the “Global Leader Special Inv... Read More
Bill for the status change of UNIST passed in the National Assembly plenary session.
President Geun-hye Park has 15 days to decide the measure's fate.
The law for the status change of UNIST has finally been approved by the National Assembly with only four dissenting votes on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. This would bring UNIST to range with three other Korea’s S&T Research Institutes, KAIST... Read More
"This is a valuable result after 3 years of effort since its first proposal."
The law for the status change of UNIST has finally been approved by the National Assembly of Korea. On Wednesday, March 3, 2015, the National Assembly held a parliamentary plenary session to put the revised law to a vote and it was approved... Read More
"It is time to make concerted efforts in turning UNIST into another MIT of Korea."
Dear all UNIST members! The law for the status change of UNIST has finally been confirmed by the National Assembly! This is a valuable result after 3 years of effort since its first proposal. Although the road that seemed to be very close a... Read More
UNIST to range with three other Korea's S&T Research Institutes
On March 2, 2015, UNIST finally received the final approval of the law revision to be changed to a research institute from the National Assembly Legislation and Judiciary Committee of Korea. Since the revised bill of the law for UNIST has... Read More