Background

  • Beginning and Goal

    The Graduate School of Culture Technology was established in 2005 under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. It aims to foster top-quality professionals by providing an interdisciplinary education program and research envirionment encompassing cultural arts, sociology, and media technology.


    - To foster global leaders for the culture and media industry
    - To develop core technologies for the culture and media industry
    - To provide interdisciplinary education that fuses technology, art, business,
       and social and human sciences
  • Timeline of Development

    • ▶ Initiation of Cultural Content Industry Education Plan (2004. 2.)
    • ▶ Establishment of GSCT through a MOU among the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Science and Technology and KAIST establishing GSCT (2005. 4.) With the purpose of educating talented students of KAIST on scientific knowledge, culture, art, and humanities.
    • ▶ Began to be supported by the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (2016. 4.)

Vison of GSCT

  • “TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CREATION OF Future Culture”

    CT aims to unleash technology-driven cultural phenomena that will transform the way people live and enrich human life.CT envisions to unfold technologies that will make a direct impact on the society and shape the future of culture based on the understanding of human beings.