About DTM
  • 2015
    • DecemberCommencement of the Class of 2016 was sucessfully held
    • NovemberDream Together Forum - Seoul 2015 was successfully held
    • OctoberDivision of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University signed a MOU with the International University Sports Federation(FISU)
    • SeptemberClass of 2017 Admitted (17 students from 16 countries out of 72 applicants from 74 applicants from 41 countries)
    • AugustDivision of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University and Koea Foundation for the Next Generation Sports Talent(NEST)signed a LOI with the United Nations Sport for Develpment and Peace(UNOSDP)
    • JuneDivision of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University signed a MOU with the 2015 Gwangju Summer Universiade
    • MarchThe Dream Together Master Program ranked #14 out of 241 businesses using the national sports promotional funds in 2014 (Results conducted by the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation)
    • JanuaryDivision of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University signed a MOU with the Association of National Olympic Committes (ANOC)
  • 2014
    • DecemberCommencement of the Class of 2015 was sucessfully held
    • NovemberDream Together Forum - Seoul 2014 was successfully held
    • SeptemberClass of 2016 Admitted (21 students from 20 countries out of 93 applicants from 36 countries)
  • 2013
    • NovemberDream Together Forum - Seoul 2013 was successfully held
    • SeptemberClass of 2015 Admitted (23 students from 17 countries out of 121 applicants from 26 countries)
    • JuneThe Division of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University was established
    • MaySeoul National University and the NEST signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
    • FebruaryKorea Foundation for the Next Generation Sports Talent (NEST) announced plans to launch the Dream Together Master Program, a Master’s degree education program for sport administrators
    • FebruaryThe Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) launched the Dream Together Project to share Korea’s sporting experience and knowhow accumulated over the last six decades with developing countries
  • 2012
    • JuneAt the London Olympics Korean House, the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) and the Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) examined the demand of the educational program for sport administrators through consultation with the IOC administrators and related stakeholders