Pusan National University (PNU), also known as Busan National University, is underpinned by core values of truth, freedom and service. The university was founded in 1946 and offers a wide range of undergraduate degrees across several different colleges, including Humanities, Social Sciences, Engineering, Law and Education.
PNU is one of the major national universities in South Korea and offers graduate programs alongside its bachelor's degrees. Stroll around the scenic PNU campus and admire its most picturesque spots, such as the Kwai River Bridge, Haeul Pond and 60 Stairs to Munchangdae pathway.
The PNU Museum showcases a fascinating collection of archaeological objects dating to prehistoric and ancient cultures, including the Gaya period. Another highlight is the Geology Museum filled with sparkling rocks and crystals. On the 8th floor of the Hyowon Cultural Centre, the PNU gallery showcases works by local students and South Korean artists.
Pusan National University is located in the Jang Jeong District of Busan, a 20-minute drive from the city centre. Parking is available across the campus and local buses run between the city centre in around 45 minutes. Gimhae International Airport is a 20-minute drive away.