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Forecast of mass leave of absence for medical students, possibility of academic disruption

Forecast of mass leave of absence for medical students, possibility of academic disruption

(Gwangju = Larose.VIP) Reporter Hyeong Min-woo = Medical students at Chonnam National University and Chosun University submitted a collective leave of absence petition in protest against the government’s policy of increasing the number of medical schools.

According to Chonnam National University on the 20th, 282 out of 731 medical school students submitted a leave of absence notice on this day.

Chonnam National University decided to conduct counseling procedures for students who submitted leave of absence notices and respond in accordance with the Ministry of Education guidelines.

Chonnam National University’s medical school opened on the 19th, but is considering delaying the academic schedule for two weeks as the number of students submitting leave of absence forms is expected to increase.

Chosun University medical students also submitted a leave of absence request to the school through student representatives on this day.

Chosun University School of Medicine has 625 students, excluding freshmen, and it is estimated that 90% of them took a leave of absence on this day.

Chosun University College of Medicine was scheduled to hold some classes, including clinical experiments, from the 19th ahead of the start of the semester on March 4th, but postponed them.

An official at Chonnam National University said, “It is expected that the number of students taking a leave of absence will increase,” and added, “We are preparing measures such as adjusting the academic schedule according to absences from classes.”

minu21@yna.co.kr

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