UIC sponsors a number of student clubs to give students opportunities to gather and engage in activities outside the classroom. Club activities are a great way to make friends and take part in student life at UIC.
Advisor: Professor Sun-Goo Lee
Blue Label competes in basketball tournaments around Seoul and Yonsei University, representing Underwood International College as its only basketball club. Our club not only aims to receive good results in competitions, but also to increase bonding and camaraderie between the seniors and juniors.
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Advisor: Professor Younah Kang
DFK Omelet is a student design club under Design Factory Korea (DFK) that aims to promote design literacy and creative-led thinking amongst students, while utilizing design and solution-oriented thinking to market and promote the Design Factory Korea brand within the UIC community.
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Advisor: Professor Jiwon Kim
We strive to accommodate independent student research activity in the ISE student body; to broaden research interactions with fellow ISE students and faculty; to provide better information and opportunities in future graduate studies and career in industry; to develop technical and conceptual expertise for scientific research; and to facilitate more multidisciplinary studies and researches in UIC.
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Advisor: Professor Jon Soderholm
NODAJI is UIC's one and only rock band. Since 2006, NODAJI's members have been practicing and performing cover songs of various rock artists. NODAJI has performed every semester since 2007 at Daedong-Festival and at its regular concert. We have also been actively engaged in various joint performances with bands from different departments in Yonsei University and from different universities. Major bands we cover are Fall Out Boy, AC/DC, Wolfmother, Avril Lavigne, Jaurim, and so on. Nodaji was founded in order to gather those who have a deep interest in listening to and playing rock music, and it strives to understand rock music better through practice.
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Advisor: Professor Younah Kang
A prism, flat and transparent, is universally known for its ability to refract a spectrum of light. Prism X, UIC’s art and technology club, does just that. Prism X members come from a wide array of backgrounds, acting as mentors and students in fields such as video production, graphic design, and traditional theatre.
This semester, Prism X revamping the club directive to the world of theatre. Our members will act as writers, actors, directors, dancers, stage managers, and whatever their skillset allows them to contribute to our plan to create a play or skit by the end of the year.
Our main two goals this semester are 1) for active members to hold improvisation shows and get the word out about a new English Theatre Troupe in UIC 2) to prepare financially and pragmatically for the production that we wish to hold by the end of the year.
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Advisor: Professor Joe Carroll Phillips
Founded in 2010, Underwood Law Society (ULS) is the first and the best international law community in Yonsei University. ULS has the following aims:
1. To serve as a central hub for the establishment of friendly and mutually beneficial relations amongst Yonsei students in pursuit of law through:
(a) studying public and private international law;
(b) participating in international/domestic moot court competitions; and
(c) publishing legal journals/articles
2. To take effective collective measures for the pursuit of objectives stated above in 1 through the periodic and organized sharing of relevant information and experience.
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Advisor: Professor Michael Kim
The Social Innovation Creators’ Academia (SICA) is the student-led organization that was founded with the support of the Institute for Higher Education Innovation Yonsei University (IHEI) and the Underwood International College Center for Social Innovation (UCSI). SICA aims to provide learning opportunities about various social issues and support the formation of innovative solutions to Yonsei University students from the Underwood International College (UIC). SICA members study and discuss social innovation and develop semester-long social innovation projects in the form of either a business model or a campaign.
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Advisor: Professor Jee Hyun Lee
This student club aims to provide students who are interested in culture and arts with a chance to expand their experience. We will go to various exhibitions that promote diverse concepts and themes and have time to share our reviews after the activities. Since exhibitions are open only for a limited time, we want opportunities to reflect on them even after the show is over. Therefore, we invented an activity called archiving, in which we write about the times when we visited the exhibitions with the photos and share such memories with others on Facebook.
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Advisor: Professor Michael Hope
UGC is a community of international students in UIC and is currently the biggest club in the college. UGC was founded to create a vibrant and international environment in which all members can equally participate and simply have fun. Throughout the year, UGC organizes a number of events such as One-day Trip, Fashion Show, Talent Show, participation in Daedong Festival, and end-of-term dinner. We also provide as much support as possible to the international students who have just arrived in the country. If you need any help regarding any matters, from your alien registration card to your accommodation or your cell phone, or even your class registration, we will try our best to help you out. Overall, UGC provides international and local students a platform to meet and bond through meaningful activities.
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Advisor: Professor Milan Balaz
The UIC Scribe was founded in 2006 as the college’s official student newsletter magazine, notable for being run and organized by UIC students. It continues into its thirteenth illustrious year, covering school related events and other areas of student interests. Scribe Scribe publishes one to two comprehensive editions each year and publishes a wide array of articles covering UIC and Yonsei news/events, national and international news pieces, as well as cultural pieces. Writers have the valuable opportunity to work closely with experienced editors and CC professors in order to publish an polished piece. The rewards of publishing an article under your name in UIC's only student-led newsletter is something that is hard to articulate, and is an experience uniquely afforded by UIC Scribe.
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Advisor: Professor Nikolaj Pedersen
Underwood United is UIC’s one and only football club, with 70-80 members from various divisions in UIC. We recruit our members on a yearly basis and participate in friendly tournaments and matches. Winning is important, but U2 is a sports club that prioritizes bonding among its members and simply have fun by playing soccer.
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Advisor: Professor Helen J. S. Lee
Founded in 2006, Underwood Vision Ensemble is an instrumental group led and organized by the students of Underwood International College, Yonsei University. With generous support from the UIC Office and the faculty advisor Professor Helen Lee, UVE holds a number of performances and group activities throughout the year. UVE strives to provide an environment for UIC students who share a common interest in playing and sharing music to get together and further their musical talents.
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Advisor: Professor Paul D. Tonks
Yonsei Underwood Union (YUU) is Yonsei University’s premier and only English varsity debating society. YUU is one of the most prestigious debating societies in Asia as champions and grand finalists of countless domestic and international tournaments. Yonsei Underwood Union aims to follow in the footsteps of Yonsei University and find the truth. However, we recognize that in the midst of the complexity of the world, the truth is diverse. Through debate, it is our goal to incorporate as many aspects of the truth as possible.