The era of the 4th Industrial Revolution is turning into reality.
Ginni Rometty, CEO of IBM, emphasized that "the new-collar professionals trained in new educational methods will drive the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution". She meant that instead of the traditional blue-color or white-color workers, the new-color professionals as the new type of workers will come into spotlight.
Created and supported by LG Yonam Academy, Yonam Institute of Technology is a university specialized in engineering that focuses on training the new-collar professionals. Yonam Institute of Technology applies itself to train future talented individuals by operating study tracks where students can learn diverse engineering knowledge in one setting with a view to nurturing adaptivity and creativity, which ensure instant response to complex problems arising from industrial sites, and training professionals who can be deployed immediately to work.
Furthermore, Yonam Institute of Technology is actively pushing for industry-university cooperation with major South Korean companies including the affiliates of the LG Group. This is to train the right professionals needed by the industries by reflecting the rapidly changing industrial trends in its curriculum. Yonam Institute of Technology solidifies its status as a school with a high-level job placement rate through its made-to-order education that ensures close-knit cooperation with the industry and its education tailored to the industry.
Yonam Institute of Technology takes the lead in nurturing the new-collar professionals who will lead the unprecedented 4th Industrial Revolution.