KSEE was established in 1993 with the mission of developing engineering education together with the associated technology transfer infrastructure to better the new generations of Korean engineers who will sustain the thriving Korean economy into the new millenium.
KSEE now has 1,584 individual members and 225 Organization members.
The activities of KSEE involve these factors in the engineering education: improvement of the infrastructure, incubation of new paradigms, expansion of this field of study, introduction of early-stage engineering to K-12, and improvement of domestic and international collaboration.
Symposiums and Workshops
■ Annual Conference on engineering education
■ Workshop on engineering education pedagogies and ethics
■ Design Thinking Workshop
■ Journal of Engineering Education Research(JEER)
■ Ingenium, Magazine (Quarterly publicated)
■ Symposium and workshop proceedings
■ Policy reports on engineering education
Engineering Education Information Center
■ MOU with ASEE, JSEE, SEEM & AEEA
■ Secretariat for AEESEAP in 2015-17