Yonsei University’s College of Engineering takes pride in educating world-class engineers who are committed to achieving technical excellence based on the Christian spirit of truth and freedom. Over 50,000 engineering alumni around the world are exemplifying these ideals as the leaders of the society and global organizations. We are confident that our students, who walk our corridors and fill our classrooms today, will become the leaders of tomorrow.
The College of Engineering of Yonsei University sets its priority in solving new technical challenges in the areas of energy, health, IT (Information Technology), biotechnology, and built and natural environment. In 2011, we launched our 8th school, the School of Integrated Technology in Yonsei University’s International Campus located in Songdo, Incheon. This new school is committed to fostering Da Vinchi-esque students who will become leading creative researchers for Korea and for the global society.
In addition, we are devoted to providing exchange opportunities around the world for Yonsei students and welcoming students from our international exchange partner institutions. International exchange programs are established with leading partnership schools in the U.S.A, Europe, Australia, and other Asian countries, which enable our students to graduate with a broad global perspective and a competitive edge in state-of-the-art technology. Yonsei University’s College of Engineering takes pride in its excellent faculty and the University’s international academic reputation, but is even more proud of its well educated students who make numerous contributions to improve all aspects of the global society.
We firmly believe that with the solid educational philosophy of Yonsei University, the dedication of the College of Engineering faculty, combined with your support, Yonsei University’s College of Engineering will continue to grow and generate true leaders to overcome the complex demands of the 21st century. We welcome students and researchers throughout the world to share our mission in making the world’s leading College of Engineering in education and research.
Daesik Hong, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Engineering
Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering