IGC information signs given a brand new look 

Information signs inside and outside of IGC have changed. Recently, the IGC Foundation installed a sculpture at the main entrance and improved signs inside and outside so that visitors to the campus can easily and conveniently recognize them. In front of the main gate (Gate 1), a new sculpture symbolizing the campus was installed to increase the level of their attention to it. It is also noticeable that each building is assigned a building identification number by using the road name address, with their names written in both Korean and English. In addition, direction signage was built, greatly improving visitor convenience. This involved dividing the underground parking lot and the inside of the buildings into sections and marking traffic lines. IGC CEO PAEK said, “We will continue to make efforts to create a more friendly campus environment for the local community and visitors from the outside alike.”


Hosted “2020 Youth Clubs Fair”

IGC hosted the “2020 Youth Clubs Fair (YCF)” on January 11. The event was held for the seventh consecutive years, allowing visitors to have a glimpse of club activities by teenagers full of charm and character. This year, about 70 clubs of more than 800 high school students from across the country participated in the fair to exhibit a wide variety of their unique works. Of particular note in this event, excellent clubs were directly selected by a panel of 300 youth jurors. The event was also covered by a separately organized press corps of teenagers to introduce its multifaceted events through blogs, YouTube and other social media outlets. The nine clubs named as excellent according to the competition were given the honor of receiving awards from the presidents of foreign universities in IGC. A student participant commented, “It was even more meaningful as our club activities were recognized externally, and we were able to have various exchanges with other clubs.” The IGC provides future talents with necessary opportunities for cooperation and communication through the YCF as a venue for exchanges by teenagers. Going forward, IGC will continue to identify and open a variety of youth support programs.