Monday, November 29

Admissions officers are unable to work or tutor at private institutes for 3 years after retirement

A three-year ban on university admissions officers from working at private institutes and private tutoring is being promoted. Violation of this rule may result in imprisonment of up to one year or a fine of up to 10 million won. The Ministry of Education announced at the State Council meeting on the 23rd that it had deliberated and decided on some amendments to the ‘Higher Education Act’ and ‘Act on the Establishment, Operation and Extracurricular Teaching of Hagwons’. The Ministry of Education said, “The current Higher Education Act is replaced by admissions officers’ entry into the private education market.

Reference-www.hani.co.kr

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