Jeonbuk National University, Korea
Jeonbuk National University (JBNU; Korean, 전북대학교, Jeonbuk Daehakgyo) is a national research university founded in 1947, located in Jeonju, South Korea. As the flagship national university for the North Jeolla Province, Jeonbuk National University has been ranked 551–560th in the world by the QS Top Universities Ranking in 2023. Also, in 2022, the university is ranked 301-350th in the Time Higher Education Asia University Rankings.
With campuses in the surrounding areas of Iksan, Gunsan-Semangeum, Gochang, Jeongeup, and Wanju, Jeonbuk National University operates 15 colleges, including colleges of Engineering, Agricultural Life Science, Medicine, Liberal Arts, and Natural Science. Jeonbuk National University’s goal is to be a "rewarding university and close companion". A “rewarding university” is one that provides a consistently high-quality learning environment by improving its programs, attracting outstanding students, and strengthening the competitiveness of its education and research.
University website: https://www.jbnu.ac.kr/eng/