The Korean president-elect, Myung-bak Lee, told the heads of the country's universities that his administration will give them more control over their own admission systems. This changes a 30-year-old policy of government-determined admission policies that have been contentious for many years. While many welcome this change, others worry that it will lead to further corruption and unfair admission decisions.
What do you think? Is is wise to give Korean universities control over their own admissions systems?