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What is Seoul Campus Town

What is Seoul Campus Town

Seoul Campus Town aims to construct a local community in which mutual partnerships among universities,
youths, and local residents exist through collaboration between universities and regions such as joint
university-region festivals, specialized startup fostering programs, and other local cooperation programs.

 

The 54 universities in Seoul are the region’s key resources.
A university is a small complex city within Seoul in which education, jobs, residences, and cultures coexist.

  • 210,000 ㎡

    Average area

  • 650,000

    Number of university
    students

  • 120,000

    Number of graduates
    per year

  • 4,000

    Number of university
    patent rights

    (domestic/foreign)

 

Objectives

  • We aim to foster young passionate entrepreneurs with innovative startup items and ideas with the excellent human and material resources of universities.
  • We aim to create high-quality jobs for youths and residents through vigorous startup activities around universities that lead to a revitalized local economy and formation of a lively local society.
  • We aim to construct a local community in which mutual partnerships among universities, youths, and local residents exist through collaboration between universities and regions such as joint university-region festivals, specialized startup fostering programs, and other local cooperation programs.
 

“University City Seoul” that creates future value

and mutual growth of youths, universities, and regions

Seoul-type Campus Town

 
  • Fostering of Startups: Creation of jobs for youths through high-quality startups
  • Stabilization of Residence: Improvement of residential environments for youths
  • Specialization of Culture: Formation of a university street youth culture appropriate for each region
  • Revitalization of Commerce: Revitalization of the economy in local commercial areas around stagnant university areas
  • Regional Cooperation: Inspiration of a communal spirit at festivals and when addressing local issues with the participation of universities, youths, and local residents