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Student Clubs and Organizations

A quintessential part of university life in Korea is the vibrant student club culture. KAIST has many student clubs in a variety of activities and topics. Unfortunately, not every club is ready to have international students as its members, perhaps from language barriers or cultural differences. To reward student clubs that actively include international students in its membership and activities and to encourage other clubs to follow suit, ISSS operates a club certification program: Certified by the International Office. Each semester, ISSS selects clubs that make feasible efforts towards inclusivity and cultural exchange by welcoming international students as its members and organizing activities that can be enjoyed by all. Selected clubs are given a special plaque that reads "Certified by the International Office" to be placed on the entrance of their club rooms. In addition, clubs also receive monetary prizes up to a maximum of 800 thousand won. Please see below for the list of clubs that have received certification.

Clubs Certified by the International Office

Name of Club
(alphabetical order)
Activity Certification Period 
(by semester)
Active Volcano Taekwondo 2016 Fall 
2017 Spring & Fall
International Christian Fellowship Religion (Christianity) 2015 Fall
2017 Spring
KIFC Soccer 2015 Spring & Fall
2016 Fall
2018 Spring
Non-stop Multi-major study 2016 Spring
Passion Comic book drawing 2016 Fall
Praiser CCM band 2016 Fall
Starflower Astronomy 2015 Spring
2017 Fall
Team PUD Badminton 2015 Fall
2016 Fall
2017 Fall
2018 Spring
TITANS Frisbee 2015 Spring & Fall
2016 Spring 
2017 Fall
2018 Spring
Ulala Sports climbing 2015 Spring & Fall
2016 Spring & Fall 
2017 Spring & Fall
2018 Spring
Vanilla Forum Debate & discussion 2016 Spring
2017 Spring
Biz World Business/entrepreneurial conference 2017 Spring & Fall
Infinite Heavy metal band 2018 Spring
Polar Bear Judo 2018 Spring

For more information on KAIST Student Clubs, please visit:


Student Organizations

There are several student organizations that support the international student body.


KAIST International Student Association (KISA)

KISA aims to assist the international student community in their life at KAIST. KISA provides students with useful information, and also prepares many events for the international community such as the International Food Festival and Sports Festival. KISA maintains close contact with international alumni.

Location
W2, Room 204

Website

Contact
 kisa@kaist.ac.kr



KAIST International Student Organization (ISO)

ISO is an organization made up of Korean students at KAIST that are looking to socialize with international students. Each semester, ISO hosts two trips to various destinations in Korea and invites any international students to join. All ISO events are open to international students at KAIST.

Location
N13, Room 3104

Website

Contact
isokaist16@gmail.com



International Students and Scholars Academic Council (ISSAC)

ISSAC KAIST aims at building a huge network of international KAIST members including students (bachelors, masters, Ph.D, exchange/dual degree), scholars (researchers and post docs), and alumni that will eventually assist its members to the best of its abilities regarding their academic concerns at KAIST, represent their voice to the KAIST administration and other entities, and make KAIST's academic environment conductive towards its international members. 

Location
TBD

Website

Contact
issac.kaist@gmail.com






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