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Students think English lessons 'useless'
14/01/15

origin: Students think English lessons 'useless' (http://koreatimes.co.kr)

By Jung Min-ho
Seven out of 10 middle and high school students in Korea are dissatisfied with English education in classrooms, a survey showed Wednesday.
The survey, published in the latest edition of a journal from the Chung-Ang University Research Institute of Korean Education, revealed a serious mismatch between what students want to learn and what is taught at school.
According to the survey of 990 middle and high schools in Seoul, 67.5 percent of the respondents believe that their ...



Ewha to charge for graduation postponement
05/01/15

origin: Ewha to charge for graduation postponement (http://koreatimes.co.kr)

By Lee Kyung-min
Ewha Womans University students are up in arms over a new rule to charge seniors who "intentionally" postpone their graduation with extra tuition fees.
According to the university Monday, starting in the spring semester this year, seniors who wish to postpone their graduation should register at least one class and pay one-sixth of the total tuition, roughly 600,000 won ($540) per semester, although the exact amount could vary depending on the course taken.
So far, ...



Special scholarship program available for Korean students
31/12/14

origin: Special scholarship program available for Korean students (http://koreatimes.co.kr)

By Chung Hyun-chae

The State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego has been actively seeking to attract more Korean students by forming partnerships with Korean schools and institutions.
So far, the school has formed partnership ties with 12 institutions and universities in Korea to boost exchanges, research, and other activities.
"I read recently that Seoul is the No. 1 city of origin for international students in our country, which makes sense for us to be engaged with ...



Getting to Work in Australia Just Got Easier
24/11/14

origin: Getting to Work in Australia Just Got Easier (http://www.ets.org)

Sydney (November 24, 2014) —
Educational Testing Service (ETS) welcomes the Australian Government announcement that the TOEFL iBT® test can be used to demonstrate English-language competence for new skilled migration and post-study applications.

Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Senator the Hon. Michaelia Cash, announced the change effective as of November 23.

David Payne, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Global Education for ...



More college students delay graduation
07/11/14

origin: More college students delay graduation (http://koreatimes.co.kr)

By Chung Hyun-chae
A growing number of university students are delaying graduation because it is becoming harder to find jobs.
Such students are called the "NG group", an acronym for "no graduation", among job seekers.
The number of NG students from 26 universities that have more than 10,000 students was 14,900 as of March 2014, almost twice as many as in 2011, according to Rep. Ahn Min-seok of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD).
There are several reasons ...



'We have good history with Korean'
05/11/14

origin: 'We have good history with Korean' (http://koreatimes.co.kr)


The State University of New York at Albany boasts an iconic fountain on its campus. The fountain is a key element of the university campus which was designed by architect Edward Durell Stone. / Courtesy of SUNY at Albany
SUNY at Albany highly values academic performance of applicants
Dr. Timothy Lee, director of undergraduate admissions at the State University of New York at Albany, speaks during an interview with The Korea Times
in the English daily's newsroom in Seoul, Oct. ...



Job-seekers spend over $300 a month prepping for language tests
28/10/14

origin: Job-seekers spend over $300 a month prepping for language tests (http://koreatimes.co.kr)


/ Yonhap
By Lee Ji-hye
Korean students who are job hunting spend an average some $300 a month preparing for language proficiency tests, according to a survey conducted by Job Korea, an online community portal for recruiting information.
In the survey, some 340 students were asked if they were preparing for an official language test ­ such as TOEIC, TOEFL or TEPS - and 305 people answered, "yes."
On average the survey found that students spent 320,000 won ($304.89) a month ...



Job-seekers spend over $300 a month prepping for language tests
28/10/14

origin: Job-seekers spend over $300 a month prepping for language tests (http://koreatimes.co.kr)


/ Yonhap
By Lee Ji-hye
Korean students who are job hunting spend an average some $300 a month preparing for language proficiency tests, according to a survey conducted by Job Korea, an online community portal for recruiting information.
In the survey, some 340 students were asked if they were preparing for an official language test ­ such as TOEIC, TOEFL or TEPS - and 305 people answered, "yes."
On average the survey found that students spent 320,000 won ($304.89) a month ...



ETS scholarship winners advise how to learn English
08/10/14

origin: ETS scholarship winners advise how to learn English (http://koreatimes.co.kr)


Park Min-hae
Kang Jae-wonBy Chung Hyun-chae
Two of 24 students who won scholarships from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in September, recently offered tips on how to study English more effectively, especially those preparing for proficiency tests in the language.
Kang Jae-won, 22, a junior at the University of Seoul, and Park Min-hae, 24, a senior at Dong-Eui University, provided their insights on how best to learn English as a second language.
"I never neglected even ...



After Fraud Allegation, ETS to no longer offer TOEFL and TOEIC
07/05/14

origin: After Fraud Allegation, ETS to no longer offer TOEFL and TOEIC (http://indiaedunews.net)

Global testing agency Education Testing Service (ETS) will no longer be offering Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) tests for the purpose of granting visas to the United Kingdom, in the wake of a recent controversy. This comes as a big blow to many visa aspirants, especially students looking to study in the UK.
In a BBC programme earlier this February, allegations had been raised regarding fraudulent and improper measures ...



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