Why UST

UST VISION 2025

PROUDUST

Training USTians with pride by promotinga creative educational environment

UNIQUE
DIFFERENT
PROFESSIONAL
Excellent
Secure world-leading educational competitiveness

Discovering creative talent and to become real USTians
Establishment of UST21 education system

Entrepreneur
Become a university with industry-academia-research integration

Strengthening the cooperation between UST-GFRIs-corporations
Strengthen the cooperation between GFRIs
Support business start-ups with GFRI-based technologies

Global
Establish global status as a national research university

Improving brand value
Improving cooperation network

Smart
Establish creative knowledge management system

Providing creative educational environment by applying cutting-edge technology
Improving management effectiveness

Introduce

Development of aerospace flight vehicles at KARI has been one of the main National Space Development Projects. The program is designed with the aim of educating future engineers who have internationally relevant competence. students completing this program are expected to be fully research-enabled and industry ready. The program aims to provide in-depth exposure to the scientific concepts, engineering principles, and hands-on practical experience on advanced national R&D projects. The program covers, broadly, all areas of aerodynamics, including mechanical systems, computational fluid dynamics and experimental techniques, flight vehicle structures and materials, propulsion, flight mechanics/control, and aerospace vehicles and systems.

  • Aerospace System Engineering 2nd Semester, 2015 ~
  • Aerospace System 1st Semester, 2015 ~ 1st Semester, 2015
  • Aircraft System Engineering 1st Semester, 2006 ~ 2nd Semester, 2014
  • Aircraft System 1st Semester, 2004 ~ 2nd Semester, 2005
  • Space Launch Vehicle System Engineering 1st Semester, 2006 ~ 2nd Semester, 2014
  • Space Launch Vehicle System 1st Semester, 2004 ~ 2nd Semester, 2005
  • Satellite Systems & Applications Engineering 1st Semester, 2006 ~ 2nd Semester, 2014
  • Satellite Systems & Applications 1st Semester, 2004 ~ 2nd Semester, 2005