The Ministry of Equality and the Family announced on 14 October that 1,439 teenagers at the National Youth Service Center are preparing for admission to the university in 2019 and 578 of them will attend the 15 day School Skills Test.
According to the law on support for out-of-school youth that came into force in 2015, the entertainment department offers a variety of academic support programs through 206 Dream Dream Centers in cities, counties and regions to support student returns to and from school .
(Ministry of Gender Equality)
It also provides extra support for extracurricular youth preparation for GED and SAT. It supports Internet lecture books and examinations during the Gyeonghsin Preparation Center, and supports the application methods of the Gyeonggi Certificate Application, conducted twice a year in April and August as a whole.
In addition, from 2016, the Ministry of Education (Korean University Council of Education, Korean College of Education) combined with the two annual admissions seminars outside the school each year. Specifically, this year, we created individual wards for the colleges in the Exam Room and we did the entry report.
In addition, in relation to the Ministry of Education, students who have lost pre-school age or ending compulsory education (elementary and high school) will be able to receive the professional programs run by the Dream Dream Center (Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Gangwon, Jeonnam, Chungnam and Jeju).
Based on this support, 616 young people from the school using Dream Dreams at college entrance exams for the school year 2018 succeeded in entering the university.
Choi Seong-ji, a youth policy officer at the Ministry of Culture and Sports, said: "Half of the extra-curricular young people who decided their career hoped to continue their studies, such as returning to normal schools, Based on the results a survey on youth outside school, we will extend support for continuing education for extracurricular youth. "