There are several International Students Associations according to the students’ nationalities. International Students Associations for China, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia are currently run by the international students. For more information, please contact the International Student Services (+82-53-810-7882 ~ 5)
Yeungnam University’s Volunteer Corps in 8 different fields characterized by 4 attributes; initiative, public interests, specialty and Glocal. The YU Volunteer Corps has built partnerships with global foundations and local governments such as UN Foundation, UNESCO, International Workcamp Organization (IWO), Gyeongsangbuk-do, Daegu Metropolitan Office of Education, Korea Foundation of Voluntary Center, Red Cross, Korea Student Aid Foundation, and have been establishing a comprehensive and systematic voluntary system by diversifying the areas and subjects of volunteer activities.
Supports legal advice, special lectures, counseling and mentoring of youths from low-income families and night classes for working citizens.
Supporting medicine, special lectures of public health and health care, medical check-up and counseling for lowincome citizens, service for doctor-less villages and global medical aid.
Visiting welfare facilities, environmental reform campaign, helping disabled and supporting disabled athletic competitions, senior citizens who live alone, providing food for poorly fed children, blood donations, helping children with incurable illnesses and support of scholarship for youths from low-income families.
Conducting environmental experiments and developments with Korea and the China Future Forest, such as an afforestation business, disaster recovery and improving the environment in the Kubuqi Desert of China, the seismic center of yellow dust.
Opening performances like singing, orchestral music, Korean classical music, piano, dance, and holding culture camps for multicultural families and youths from lowincome families, as well as supporting large international cultural performances.
Launching 'Online mentoring', 'Law searching & exploring camp', and 'Leadership school for multi-cultural families'.
Extending a New Village Movement (Saemaul Movement) to underdeveloped countries, while performing overseas voluntary activities by making partnerships with UNESCO and IWO.
- For students who have interests, hobbies and talents in common areas gather to foster growth and collaboration it is the centerpiece of campus life. Through voluntary participation, teamwork and creativity can be developed and a well-integrated relationship can be formed.
Students can join any of the 90+ student clubs in the following fields; Liberal Arts, Volunteer Services, Arts, Religious groups, Applied Studies, Physical Activities, Linguistics and Academics