University job centers are established by MOEL in cooperation with universities, local governments, and creative economy innovation centers
By making these centers easily accessible for students, graduates, and youth in the region, the government project aims to strengthen the employment and entrepreneurship functions within universities and to establish a one-stop system for employment support services.
Supported universities refer to schools that participate in the project through evaluation and final selection processes. Upon final selection, these universities are required to establish and operate a “university job center” on campus. University job centers (also referred to as creative job centers) within such schools supported by the government provide youth employment support programs. Such programs include career consulting, workability enhancement training, job placement, promoting the government’s youth policies, creating a regional cooperation system.