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Science, Technology &
Innovation from Switzerland

  • Knowledge hub linking Swiss and Korean universities, research institutes, companies and start-ups.
  • Supports the creation of networks, partnership and collaboration efforts between Swiss and Korean scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and students.
  • Assists the Swiss universities, research institutes, companies and start-ups in building-up R&D and educational partnerships with Korean institutions.

The Science and Technology Office Seoul is a part of the Embassy of Switzerland in the Republic of Korea. We are also an integral part of the Swissnex Network, a key component of Swiss foreign policy to promote science, technology, innovation and higher education.

2021 OPEN CALL: Innosuisse - KIAT

💡 Looking for bilateral innovation cooperation between Switzerland and South Korea?

The call 2021 organized by Innosuisse and Korea Institute for Advancement of Technology (KIAT) is aimed at bilateral consortia looking to carry out a joint science-based innovation project with a strong market potential.

Deadline for Pre-proposals: 30th of April 2021.

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BILATERAL COOPERATION

Switzerland and Korea have been collaborating in science & technology since 1995 and held a number of common roundtables, research competitions and bilateral symposiums. In 2008, a bilateral agreement was signed and Korea became part of the 7 priority partner countries for Switzerland in S&T.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

Find out more about funding opportunities for in research, innovation and mobility.

WHO WE ARE

The Science & Technology Office Seoul is a section of the Embassy of Switzerland in Korea and an integral part of the Swiss Knowledge Network, which is a key component of Swiss foreign policy to promote science, technology, innovation and higher education.