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Korean higher education on the rise: Time to learn from the success : Comparative research at the tertiary education level

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  • Korean higher education on the rise: Time to learn from the success
  • Csizmazia, Roland Attila; Jambor, Paul Z.
  • Human Resource Management Academic Research Society


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Title Korean higher education on the rise: Time to learn from the success
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Comparative research at the tertiary education level

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Csizmazia, Roland Attila; Jambor, Paul Z.

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[Bahawalpur]:Human Resource Management Academic Research Society

Date 2014-03
Journal Title; Vol./Issue International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development:Vol. 3(No. 2)
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
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Abstract

This research paper highlights a number of important lessons that international universities and university systems - particularly those in Austria and Ontario, Canada - can learn from the South Korean higher education model, in terms of policies, practices, privatization, eligibility and mentoring. Effectively, while modern South Korean universities have short post-war histories since their establishment, in comparison to more developed countries, they can nonetheless offer viable blueprints, in terms of policies, practices, privatization and mentoring to university administrators worldwide. To demonstrate this, a comparative framework and an empirical comparison are used to assess the contrastive qualities between Austrian and S. Korean as well as between Ontarian (of Canada) and S. Korean tertiary educational environments in the fields of Business Administration and TES/FL1 , correspondingly. (The rest omitted)