What is a Student ID card

-A student ID card is multifunctional, which can be used as electronic money and traffic card as well as a bank card. With a student card, you can access the facilities on campus. It’s also used when checking attendance at a class.

How to apply

You can apply for your card at the Kyongnam Bank on the campus along with the required documents. It usually takes one week to be issued after application.

To get access to campus facilities, visit the security team at the main administration building (201). The office is on the 1st floor next to the information desk.

Required documents
  • Certificate of Enrollment
  • Confirmation of Residence
  • 1 color photo
  • Passport

*Students who are staying off-campus should bring a copy of the residence contract

For International Students

When you need a certificate regarding your academic affairs, you can download it on the UNIST portal or print it out from an issuance machine.

If you would like to download and print on the portal, please visit here.

The issuance machines are at the main administration bldg (201) and in a library (202). It costs KRW500 for one copy of the certificate.

Type of Certificates 

  • Enrollment
  • Course completion
  • Graduation
  • Expulsion
  • Degree conferment
  • Expected graduation
  • Expected course completion
  • Expected degree conferment
  • Academic transcript
  • Leave of  absence

If you need a certificate other than those above, please contact the Educational Affairs Team.

Document Management Room (DRM)

You can send letters, postcards, or packages at the Document Management Room (DRM) located on the 1st basement floor of the Main Admin Building. Letters in the envelopes are classified as ordinary mail. Mail items exceeding 2kg are classified as packages.

Postal charge varies according to the weight of the item. In addition, Express Mail Service (EMS) is offered at the DRM for letters, documents, or packages that must arrive on time. EMS mail is specially handled according to an agreement between Korea Post and a reputable foreign mail authority.

How to Respond to Emergencies – On Campus

  • Step 1. Call “0119(extension no.)” (Control center for 24-hour emergency assistance): If you find yourself in an urgent situation such as a medical emergency, fire, or theft
  • Step 2. Report the Situation
  • Step 3. State your name and department, state the location of the emergency, tell the person what happened, give the person the phone number you can be reached at

How to Respond Emergencies – Off-Campus

The urgent situation regarding crime

  • Call “112”: Crime, Report of Missing child, School violence, Theft, Robbery, Female violence, Suicide-Mental Health, Smuggling Customs, Cyber Terror
  • In an urgent situation regarding crime, the cop will be dispatched right after receive your report at 112.
  • 112 can receive your call through “conference call” for translation service.

* The closest police station from UNIST: Eonyang Police Station  (address: 77, Namcheonduk-gil, Eonyang-eup, Ulju-gun, Ulsan)

Not urgent situation:

When you need help or counsel regarding crime, violence etc, you can visit Ulsan Ulju Police Station Foreigner Affairs Section (address: 6, Jeomchon 6-gil, Beomseo-eup, Ulju-gu0n, Ulsan)

The urgent situation regarding fire, medical emergency, etc.

  • Call “119”: Fire, Medical Emergency, Disaster, Rescue, Gas, Electricity, Waterworks.
  • 119 control center will be dispatched fire-fighter or ambulance right after receive your report.

* 119 can receive your call through “conference call” for translation service.

How to Respond to Earthquake Emergency at UNIST

  During an Earthquake

  1. Stay away from nearby windows, shelves, ceilings, and places where objects may fall, and stay under a sturdy desk or table.
  2. Attempt an emergency escape as soon as possible before the exit door becomes blocked.

After the shaking subsides

  1. Ensure the safety of your evacuation route and calmly make your way towards somewhere safe.
  2. Always use stairs: never use elevators.

More information for emergencies including natural disasters  

How to respond to emergencies including natural disasters (typhoons, earthquakes, heat waves, etc.), societal disasters (fires, wildfires, prevention of infectious diseases, etc.), and everyday situations (swimming in summer, first aid, etc.) can be found at www.safekorea.