I studied liberal arts. Can liberal arts majors enter KAIST-MIP?
The mission of KAIST-MIP is to nurture intellectual property experts with legal, technological and management mindset.
Therefore, students learn beyond the boundaries of liberal arts and engineering on their own, and are provided with theoretical and practical education from law school, engineering school and business school.
There is no discrimination between the student’s major in KAIST-MIP admissions.
The first class of KAIST-MIP is comprised of 50% of students with liberal arts background, and 50% of students with engineering background.