Government subsidies to private junior colleges in South Korea 2018, by source

In 2018, subsidies made by the Ministry of Education to 125 private junior colleges in South Korea amounted to over one trillion South Korean won. According to the source, the province with the most private junior colleges was Gyeonggi-do with 30 institutions.

Private junior colleges' income from government subsidies in South Korea in 2018 (in billion South Korean won), by source

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Release date

December 2019

Region

South Korea

Survey time period

2018

Number of respondents

125 private junior colleges

Supplementary notes

Values have been rounded.

1,000 South Korean won equals 0.85 U.S. dollars or 0.73 euros (as of September 2020).

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