Taejon Christian International School | Since 1958


By collaborating with progressive institutions, TCIS envisions the creation of educational activities, promoting mutual academic interests, and supporting understanding of the challenges students face in a complex and increasingly interdependent world. TCIS partnerships offer benefits to students across the educational spectrum. For our students, the benefits often include educational opportunities unique to the programs that the partnership offers. Our partnerships bring real opportunities for students, and they include the following:

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

KAIST is one of the top-ranked universities in the world, ranked No. 1 in Korea for Science and Technology and ranked top 20 globally. Through its partnership with KAIST, TCIS conducts annual Science Camps geared toward IB MYP students to enhance student interest in Science and Technology.


Institute for Basic Science

IBS is a prominent research institute in Korea pursuing excellence in basic science research. Through this partnership, students can explore various lecture and special event opportunities in a range of science industries.


Korean National University of Education

KNUE is the top university for education in Korea. In this partnership, both parties collaborate and cooperate to promote best educational practices in Korean educational systems as well as sharing international educational experiences. TCIS has played a strong role for helping to educate educators on the benefits and practices of delivering IB education in Korea.


SAM Medical Center

SAM provides opportunities for TCIS students who intend to pursue a career in medicine; including programs to shadow medical experts in hospital settings during school breaks.


International Youth Exchange Association

IYEA is a nonprofit youth association under the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family in Korea. IYEA creates networks among youth associations and facilities and builds relationships with youth and leaders around the world. Through this partnership, TCIS students contribute to society by serving those in need and connecting with youth groups from different parts of the world, as well as gaining different cultural experiences.