Yeoju Institute of Technology (or YIT) is a private two-year college in Yeoju County, southeastern Gyeonggi province, South Korea. A small extension campus is located in neighboring Icheon City, at a Hyundai plant. The school has a strong focus on automotive technology, but offers training in a variety of other fields, including ceramic design, a field which is of considerable economic importance in Yeoju and Icheon.
The school was established by the Dongshin Educational Foundation. Governmental permission was received in 1992. The school admitted its first entering class in March 1993. It was known at that time as Yeoju Industrial Technical College, taking its present name two years later in 1995. The first international sisterhood relationship was established in the intervening year (1994), with Salt Lake Community College in the United States.