Facts & Figures

Dream Together Master Students Around the World

Dream Together Master Students Profile

Professional Background

  • NOC/NPC – 16%
  • National Federation – 25%
  • Government – 21%
  • Athlete – 8%
  • All Other Sports Related Organization – 30%

Geographical Distribution

  • Asia – 68%
  • Latin America – 18%
  • Africa – 12%
  • Europe – 1%
  • Oceania – 1%

Domestic and International Evaluations

Performance Assessment Test conducted by the Korea Sports Foundations (Announced in March, 2015)

The Dream Together Master Program ranked #14 out of 241 businesses using the national sports promotional funds in 2014 Performance Assessment Test by the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation.
(개도국스포츠행정가 교육사업, 2014년 국민체육진흥기금 지원사업 성과평가에서 전체 241개 사업 중 14위 차지)
※ For more information, please refer to the link below (자세한 사항은 아래 링크 참조)


QS World University Rankings

Since its foundation in 1946, Seoul National University has been the undisputed leader of higher education in Republic of Korea and has established a global reputation. Seoul National University (SNU) is ranked 1st in Asia and 7th in the world according to the respective 2019 and 2017 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Sports-Related Subjects

Seoul National University (SNU) took 31st place in the 2014 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, which is its highest ranking so far in the past ten years. Since its first publication in 2004, QS World University Rankings has been recognized as one of the most influential rankings of the top universities around the world. The QS World University Rankings has an intricate system of evaluating universities. It has six criteria with different weights that are summed up to get the results. The six criteria are academic reputation (40%), citations per faculty member (20%), faculty-student ratio (20%), employer reputation (10%), international faculty ratio (5%), and international student ratio (5%).

SNU ranks near the top 30 universities with some of the most prestigious universities in the world, such as the Univeristy of California, Berkeley (27th), the University of Melbourne (33rd), Northwestern University (34th), and Kyoto University (36th). SNU’s ranking has increased 87 slots in the past ten years and is expected to continuously increase in the coming years.