Information and Communications University

Information and Communications University (ICU), established in 1998, was a Korean university focused primarily on research and engineering in the field of information technology. It was located in the city of Daejeon and comprised an engineering school and a management school. As of 2006, about 20% of the enrolled graduate students were international students. Unlike other Korean universities, almost all courses were taught in English.

On March 1, 2009, the university merged into KAIST as a separate department, under the name of the Information Technology Convergence Campus.

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Information And Communications University - History
... 1996 – Establishment proposed by the Ministry of Information and Communication. 1998 – Establishment of graduate school with 114 students 1999 – Opening of the Hwa-am campus 2002 – Establishment of undergraduate school with 105 students 2004 – Moved to the Munji campus 2007 – Ordered to merge with KAIST by government ...

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