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

Basic science majors aim to foster young scientists in basic science through world-leading research in which internationally-recognized faculty members participate in an optimal research environment equipped with an outstanding research infrastructure. These majors provide in-depth curriculums, particularly in the following research areas conducted by the IBS HQ Centers: cognition and sociality, genome engineering in the field of life sciences; underground physics, theoretical physics of the universe, and theoretical physics of complex systems in the field of physics, etc.

Current status of student majors

Current status of student majors
Enrolled Students 9 Average age of new students in master course 26.55
Students on leave - Average age of new students in doctor course 25.53
Completion Students 12 Average age of new students in integrative course 22.32
Master Graduates 3 Average graduation period in master course 1.97
Doctoral Graduates 2 Average graduation period in doctor course 2.97
International Students 2 Average graduation period in inegrative course 7

Student Research Performance

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Year Field of Research Journal Research
2018 Journal GENOME RESEARCH CRISPR RNAs trigger innate immune responses in human cells
2018 Journal PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Targeted knockout of a chemokine-like gene increases anxiety and fear responses