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  Seoul National University is called as the most prestigious university in Korea. The Center for Freedom of Information (CFOI) requested Seoul National University to disclose information on its admission status to in order to find out students from which region and school entered Seoul National University the most.

 

<2013 Admission Status of Seoul National University>

- (excl. Qualification exam, foreign high school)

- based on final enrolment



 

  According to the data disclosed by Seoul National University, among 3284 students who were accepted (excluding the ones from qualification exam and foreign high school), the largest number of new undergraduates are from Seoul. A total of 1196 students entered Seoul National University. Although Seoul’s high population density should be considered, it is a severe situation that 36% of the entire students accepted are from Seoul. When looked together with Gyeonggi and Incheon, 59% of the entire students accepted are from the capital area.

  Another thing to notice is that students from Seoul are dominant among the ones that came from special high schools such as foreign language, international and science high schools or high school for gifted students.

 

  According to the admission information, 2333 students from general high school, 412 students from international/foreign language high school, 353 students from science high school and high school for gifted students, 179 students from arts/ physical education high school and 6 students from vocational high school were accepted to Seoul National University. Following is the students of special high schools such as foreign language, science, arts and international high schools who came from Seoul.

 

 <Ratio of students from Seoul>

(Unit: Person)

 

General High School

Foreign Language High School (Incl. International High School)

Science High School (Incl. High School For Gifted Students)

Arts High School, Physical Education High School

Vocational High School

Seoul

708

199

142

145

2

Nationwide

2333

412

353

179

6

Ratio

30%

48%

40%

81%

33%

 

  Among the general high school graduates, the students who came from Seoul account for 30% which is 33% for vocational high school graduates and this is lower than the percentage of students from Seoul among entire students who entered Seoul National University.

  However, for the special high school graduates, more than 40% are from Seoul. For instance, 48% of foreign language high school graduates and 40% of science high school are from Seoul. For arts high school, 81% are from Seoul.

  Even only looking at the statistic makes it sufficient to pay attention to whether there are inequalities in education between Seoul and other regions.

 

  The last thing to notice is that the ratio of successful applicants is too low among vocational high school graduates. Although the importance of studying for university is relatively low in vocational high schools and their focus is on developing specialty and skills in industries, business and design etc., the fact that vocational high school graduates only account for less than 0.2% when obviously there is an admission process for them implies that there is a high threshold for vocational high school graduates to enter Seoul national University and the special admission process prepared for them is superficial.




 

  While chaebol(plutocracy) exists around Samsung and Hyundai, hakbol (educational background) exists around some prestigious universities in Korea. Seoul National University is at the top of the hakbol hierarchy.

  The children of chaebol families enter special high schools and the students of special high schools enter Seoul National University. A great number of Seoul National University graduates become a member of socially and economically privileged groups. That’s the reality now.

  The classic “rags to riches” story became unrealistic in our society. The privilege, social status and wealth are inherited. These three make higher levels of education and more expense education possible. Looking at Seoul “National” University makes us think about the equality of education.

Attached is the entire data.



2011~2013_신입생_지역별,_고교유형별_현황.pdf


 

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