♦ The KU Graduate School (Master’s and Doctoral programs) was established.
♦ Yu Chin-O took office as the first dean of the Graduate School.
♦ The Graduate School Committee was established (President Yu-Chin-O chaired both the Graduate School and the Grduate Committee)
♦ Former KU President Hyun Sang-Yun was awarded a Ph.D. degree in literature for authoring History of Confucianism in Joseon (朝鮮儒學史).
♦ The first master’s degrees were conferred (to four graduates).
|1954||♦ KU returned to the Anam Campus.|
♦ KU merged with former Woosuk University.
♦ The first master's and doctoral students of medicine graduated.
♦ The student quota system changed from departmental quota to field quota.
♦ Master's students were recruited for 43 departments in six divisions and doctoral students for 39 departments in six divisions.
♦ The graduate administration was expanded and divided into three systems: the humanities and social sciences, natural science, and medical science.
|1990||♦ The university-research collaboration program was established with KIST (Korea Institute of Science and Technology).|
|1996||♦ The interdisciplinary collaboration program was created.|
|1997||♦ The university-research-industry collaboration program was established with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.|
♦ The comprehensive development plan for KU Graduate School was designed.
♦ The Integrated Master's and Doctoral Program was created.
|2003||♦ KU transitioned to a research-oriented university system.|
|2009||♦ Separate graduate departments and quotas for the Anam Campus and Sejong Campus were established.|
|2011||♦ The Dual Degree system was adopted and expanded.|
|2014||♦ The Accelerated Bachelor's-Master's Program was established.|
|2015||♦ The KU Achievement Award were implemented.|
♦ The Junior Fellow Research Grant was implemented.
♦ Departments by campus and division were established.
Master’s Degree Program: 54 departments and 16 inter-departmental collaboration programs in 5 divisions
Doctoral Degree Program: 53 departments and 16 inter-departmental collaboration programs in 5 divisions
Contracted programs: 5 master’s and 4 doctoral degree programs
Master’s Degree Program: 20 departments and 3 inter-departmental collaboration programs in 5 divisions
Doctoral Degree Program: 18 departments and 3 inter-departmental collaboration programs in 5 divisions