Korea National University of Arts (K-ARTS/KNUA) is a national university in Seoul, South Korea. Korea National University of Arts was established in 1993 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea as the only national university of arts with an aim to serve as a leading institution which cultivates artists. It has 26 departments in six schools: Schools of Music, Drama, Film TV & Multimedia, Dance, Visual Arts, and Korean Traditional Arts.
Thinking that goes deeper: our artists seek to understand the world around us, and reflect society’s joys and sorrows in the works they craft.
Imagination that grows wider: our artists explore the infinite possibilities of art, and express their discoveries with the full spectrum of their creativity.
We believe in the power of art education. We believe the deeper art education grows, the wider it becomes; and the wider it grows, the deeper it becomes.
K-ARTS will continue to raise young artists who engage with contemporary issues and create the classics of the future; a cradle for thinking that goes deeper, and imagination that grows ever wider.
KAIST is the first and best science and technology research university in Korea, founded by the government in 1971. KAIST aims for competitive research convergence based on basic science and technology innovations and globalization. KAIST has three campuses: the main and IT convergence campuses are located in Daejeon (a science and technology cluster) and the Business School is in Seoul. KAIST focuses on core technologies such as biotechnology, information technology, nanotechnology, urban space and systems, and EEWS (energy, environment, water, and sustainability). Enjoying its ideal location in Daedeok Innopolis, a district in Daejeon known as the Korean Silicon Valley, KAIST engages in various research collaborations with neighboring research institutions, internationally-renowned universities, and industry in order to stimulate the creative economy. KAIST offers interdisciplinary academic and research programs in the following colleges: Natural Sciences, Life Science & Bioengineering, Engineering, Information Science & Technology, Business, and Liberal Arts and Convergence Science.
The Korean Government Scholarship Program for undergraduate degrees is designed to provide international students with opportunities to study at higher educational institutions in Korea for Bachelor-level degrees, which in turn will contribute to promoting the international exchange in education and to deepening the mutual friendship among countries. Type of Program Undergraduate Degrees (via Regional Universities […]