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  2. Ministry of Education (South Korea) - Wikipedia

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    The Ministry of Education is a cabinet-level division of the government of South Korea. It was created on March 23, 2013. It should not be confused with seventeen regional Offices of Education which heads, Superintendents, are directly elected in local elections. Its headquarters are in the Sejong Regional Government Complex in Sejong City.

  3. Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (South Korea)

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    The Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology was a cabinet-level division of the government of South Korea dealt Education and Science affairs of South Korea. It was created on February 29, 2008. This had been split into Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning and Ministry of Education . External links

  4. Education in South Korea - Wikipedia

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    University is the traditional route pursued by South Korean students as it is by far the most prestigious form of higher education in South Korea. In 2004, nearly 90 percent of general high school graduates achieved university entrance. In 2017, over 68.9% of South Korean high school graduates advanced to a university.

  5. List of government agencies of South Korea - Wikipedia

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    This is a partial list of government agencies of South Korea, under the executive branch . Ministries Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (문화체육관광부, 文化體育觀光部) Ministry of Education (교육부, 敎育科學技術部) Ministry of Environment (환경부, 環境部) Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (농림축산식품부, 農林水産食品部) Ministry of Foreign Affairs (외교부, 外交通商部)

  6. Korean Council for University Education - Wikipedia

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    The Korean Council for University Education (KCUE) is a private association of four-year higher educational institutions in the Republic of Korea intended to promote cooperation between universities and represent their interests, particularly regarding university autonomy from state regulation, to the government.

  7. Government of South Korea - Wikipedia

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    The Government of South Korea is a centralized democratic republic with the three primary branches of government; executive, legislative and judicial. The president acts at the head of state and is the highest figure of authority in the country, followed by the prime minister and government ministers in decreasing order.

  8. Ministry of Information and Communication (South Korea)

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    Ministry of Information and Communication (South Korea) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Ministry of Information and Communication or MIC was a ministry of the government of South Korea. Its headquarters are located in Jongno-gu, central Seoul. The last minister was Rho Jun-hyong, who began serving in March 2006.