Introduction to UST-KICT School KICT School originally started as part of the UST campus in 2004, and was elevated to the status of a school in the field of construction to replace the UST KICT campus in March of 2017. The goal of KICT School is to educate talented convergence specialists in construction research through its professional and advanced education system. To accomplish this, KICT School is running one convergence major called Civil & Environmental Engineering and three sub majors. Its unique education system is completed with the help of excellent researchers in a government-funded research institute which leads Korea’s construction research and has cutting-edge research facilities and infrastructures. Students of KICT School have the opportunity to participate in actual R&D projects. They receive firsthand experience at real industrial sites, and undergo research-oriented education and training in their respective disciplines.
Programs and Majors at KICT School
Faculty and students (as of March 2022, unit: people)Faculty and students (as of September 2021, unit: people)
|Sub Major program||Faculty||Students||Total||Remarks|
|Construction Environment Engineering||20||1||15||9||25||Local: 15
|Urban and Transportation System Engineering||19||2||1||3|
|Geotechnical and Geospace engineering||4||1||5|
|(’22)Urban and Geotechnical Engineering*||1||1|
* as of March 2022
|( ~ 2022) Sub Major program||(2022. 3. 1 ~) Sub Major program|
|Construction Environment Engineering||Construction Environment Engineering|
|Urban and Transportation System Engineering||Urban and Geotechnical Engineering|
|Geotechnical and Geospace engineering|
Graduates’ employment (as of September 2022, unit: people)Graduates’ employment (as of March 2022, unit:people)
*Others: Preparing for professional engineer or patent lawyer exams, etc.
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