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Government

The Constitution of the Republic of Korea determines the structure of the South Korean government. The Constitution has been revised several times since its first promulgation in 1948, yet retains many broad characteristics. The country has always had a presidential system with a relatively independent chief executive, with the exception[…]

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ELS changes for Korean students

The Korean Ministry of Education has unveiled an “Early Childhood Education Renovation Plan” which includes a ban on after-school English study at elementary and kindergarten levels. The Korean government has announced a ban on after-school English education to first and second graders in elementary school (Years 3 and 4 of[…]

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Korea and New Zealand sign historic agreement

A statement was signed in Wellington last week by education officials from the Republic of Korea and New Zealand, paving the way for students to further their studies in either country. On 23rd February, New Zealand hosted a Korea-New Zealand education Joint Working Group (JWG) in Wellington, where a delegation[…]

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New Zealand and Korea: New opportunities

When the KNZFTA came into force it included three education and training-related programmes of interest to New Zealand’s international education industry. When the Korea New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (KNZFTA) came into force on 20 December it included three education and training-related programmes of interest to New Zealand’s international education[…]

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