IGC Hosts 2021 IGC Youth Global Leaders Forum

IIGC Foundation is recruiting participants for the seventh ‘2021 IGC Youth Global Leaders Forum (GLFY).’ Sponsored by the Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority (IFEZ) and hosted by the IGC Foundation, this event was designed to foster global talents who understand and practice local and international issues in the era of globalization. IGC plans to support extracurricular activities for teenagers during the winter break.

The forum program is divided into the basic course that explores the major programs operated at IGC Universities and important global issues and the advanced course that provides lectures and project activities on major social problems and solutions in various countries around the world. Learners from various backgrounds can participate in lectures and collaborative activities in real-time and non-real-time on the metaverse virtual campus.

This forum is a free program that runs from Monday, January 10, to Saturday, January 15, 2022. Any student, among middle school and high school students at home and abroad, interested in global issues or universities’ major programs at IGC can apply for participation.


IGC Foundation, participated in Sharing Briquettes of Love

The IGC Foundation participated in the ‘IFEZ Sharing Briquette of Love’ event, which delivers briquettes directly to low-income households. This event, hosted by the Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority, was prepared to help residents who are struggling with COVID-19 for the second year in a row to spend a warm winter. IGC Foundation also joined to share warmth with the local community. In addition, about 100 IFEZ tenant agencies, executives, and staff members, including I-SENS, Innertron, National IT Industry Promotion Agency, CammSys, Korea Industrial Complex Corporation Information Convergence ICT, DM Bio, TOK Advanced Materials, u-IT Cluster Council, participated and delivered 3,000 briquettes to a total of 15 households. Director LEE Won-jae of Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority said, “It is a difficult situation in many aspects due to COVID-19 that has been going on for the second year, but we see hope in our neighbors who smiled brightly after receiving the briquettes. We will continue to promote local community contribution activities.”


2021 IGC Photo Contest Award Ceremony

The IGC Foundation held the second photo contest in 2022 under the theme of ‘the world’s best global education hub’ following last year. The contest, which targets all members of the IGC, including enrolled students and faculty, foundation employees, and tenant companies, was carried out by submitting individual works capturing the campus view, night view, and student activity photos of each university. During the contest, which went on for a year, a number of photos showing the campus in different seasons, such as greenery in summer and autumn leave in the fall, were submitted. The final winners were selected through a screening process, and the photos submitted for the contest will be used in various promotional materials such as the IGC calendar and video in the future.