Inje University is a private university founded in 1932, located in Gimhae, Korea.
Inje University takes pride in outstanding research achievements by receiving 35.9 billion won in 2007, 38.3 billion won in 2008, 32 billion won in 2009, 42 billion won in 2010, and 43.9 billion won in 2011 through research in science and engineering, clinical research projects carried out by the Medical Center and Paik Hospitals and the Educational Capacity Reinforcement Project.
Inje University accommodates 2,428 students in its seven residence halls, including Indeokjae, Inje English Town (where English is used for communication), Injeonggwan, Inhyeonjae, Jeongsanjae, and the College of Medicine Dormitory (in Busan Campus). For international students we also run Global Town which is located in Indeokjae. Thus foreign students can reside both in Inje English Town and Inje Global Town.
Inje University's Paik Inje Memorial Library houses approximately more than 780 thousand books, 30 thousand kinds of multimedia materials, and 50 thousand kinds of electronic books and e-journals, and is equipped with a system for user services, including the Multimedia Room, DRI (Digital Real Image) Seminar Room, Subject Material Room.
Inje University is rooted in Paik Hospital, the first civil non-profit organization of its kind in Korea. The founding spirit of Inje University is Insuljese·Indukjese, which signifies 'With the healing art, save the world' and 'With the compassion and virtue, save the world. ' Based upon this founding spirit, we practice protection of nature, respect for life, and love of human being, and we are moving fast ahead faithfully keeping the basic precepts of honesty, sincerity, and diligence which are the most basic virtues of human society.
The Athletics Division includes Sunrising (soccer), Yeonmuhwoi (hapkido), Aruhwi (traditional taekkyon), ACE (tennis), Haedonggeomdo (martial arts), Hwaranggeomuhwoi (Japanese fencing), Saejae (basketball), Hindol (table tennis), Kachenda (mountain climbing), Sky Dream (paragliding), I.J.B.C. (bowling), T'erua (wine & cocktail), and Shamu (scuba-diving).
The Student Union (Neulbitgwan) houses various kinds of active campus central clubs for youthful romance and a pleasant university life, which are available in six divisions: athletics, refinement and service, academic, performance and arts, exhibition and arts, and religion. All academic clubs are supported for their research activities at the beginning of every school year, and ten clubs are in operation for their purpose to help start a business.