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Comparatives Korean and Mongolian achievement in higher education

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  • Comparatives Korean and Mongolian achievement in higher education
  • Julia,A.Uranchimeg; Park,Sae Hoon
  • International Journal of Sciences:Basic and Applied Research


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Title Comparatives Korean and Mongolian achievement in higher education
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Julia,A.Uranchimeg; Park,Sae Hoon

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International Journal of Sciences:Basic and Applied Research

Date 2013
Journal Title; Vol./Issue International Journal of Sciences:Basic and Applied Research:vol.11(no.1)
Pages 7
Subject Country Mongolia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
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The purpose of this paper is to introduce the transition of Korean higher education reform and to study of Korean and Mongolian experience and achievement in contemporary higher education. And also paper provides a description of the higher education in Mongolia in an effort to identify important financial issues and concern while comparing with Korean high education experience and tries to attract attention of policy makers for better alternatives of financing state universities and colleges. The paper first of all illustrates a historical perspective on higher education in light of educational reform. Secondly, this study reviews the achievements of Korean and Mongolian higher education linking to economic growth and outline the social, political and economic context and historical background of higher education in Mongolia, outlining general patterns of change as well as the more recent policy decisions that have affected its development Thirdly, the author examines educational zeal as a main factor for the development of Korean higher education and Mongolian Educational. Finally, the current national policy of Korean higher education is discussed.