Seoul National University of Science and Technology (SeoulTech) is one of Korea's national universities. The university originated from a Vocational Supplementary School established in 1910 by Emperor Gojong’s Royal Decree. Later the school was re-organized as Gyeongseong Public Industrial School, Gyeonggi Technical College, Gyeonggi Open Industrial University, and Seoul National University of Technology before it was finally reborn as Seoul National University of Science and Technology in September 2010 with celebrate the 100th anniversary of its foundation. The institution is also known as 'SeoulTech'.
Today SeoulTech is a large university housing six colleges, 32 departments, six graduate schools and a student enrolment of 14,000 people in a spacious campus of 500,000 square meters (124 acres). This is the 3rd largest campus out of universities in Seoul. The campus, formerly occupied by the engineering departments of Seoul National University, is in Nowon-gu in the northern part of Seoul.