The Korea National University of Transportation (KNUT) is a public, national university in Chungju City, North Chungcheong province, South Korea. The university was established in 2012 by merging Chungju National University and Korea National Railroad College. It enrolls about 200 graduate and 8,000 undergraduate students, and employs about 295 professors. The president of the University is Dr. Kim Yeong Ho.
The school opened in 1962 as Chungju Technical Junior College, a two-year school. It became Chungju Technical College, offering a five-year program, in 1965, and was nationalized in 1971. However, it was returned to the status of a two-year junior college in 1974. It was moved to its present-day location in 1982. Eleven years later in 1993, it became a four-year university, Chungju National University of Industry. In March 2006 it merged Cheongju National College of Science and Technology (Jeungpyeong campus now). Sister Schools
The university maintains domestic sisterhood relationships with numerous institutions, including Koreas 19 other universities of industry. In addition, it has international ties with 30 universities in 15 countries: the United States (University of Sacramento), Bangladesh (University of Development Alternative) China (Beijing University of Technology, Yanbian University, Yanbian University of Science and Technology, Xuzhou Institute of Technology and Shanghai University), the Philippines (De La Salle University-Manila), Japan (Oita University and Kyushu Institute of Technology), Kazakhstan (Al-Farabi University and Pavlodar National University), Uzbekistanthe (Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages), India (University of Delhi), Canada (Nova Scotia Agricultural College) United Kingdom (University of Westminster), and Australia (Deakin University).
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Korea National University of Transportation that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Korea National University of Transportation that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.