Inspections the Operation of Taiwan Private Higher Education From the Closure Mechanism of Japan and Korea Universities
Under the low birthrate factor, the exit of universities has become a common trend in the development of higher education, and all countries have studied the exit mechanism in order to cope with it. Taiwan’s higher education, especially the newly established private universities and technical vocational colleges after 1996, developed rapidly, and was also affected by the low birthrate. In the past 10 years, 10 private higher education institutions have stop enroll new students or closed. In view of the many problems that need to be clarified and resolved after the exit, and to provide legal basis for the school to withdraw, the competent education authority promulgated and implemented the exit regulations for private senior high schools and above on May 11, 2022. This article compares and examines the practices of the neighboring countries Japan and South Korea with regard to the withdrawal of universities and whether this ordinance is complete and comprehensive, and hereby proposes areas for improvement for future reference in the development and revision of private higher education.
|關鍵詞||私立高等教育、退場條例、退場機制、private higher education、closure rules、closure mechanism|