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1 Breakout Session: SWOT analyses of S Korean, Japanese, and ‘European’ EA (& Planning and Management) related higher education - What are the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats

2 SWOT Analysis Korea:

3 W S T O Not Integrated Planning Process Many Practices(For 32 Years
Government Negligence of EA Systematic Laws & Regulations - Low Suitability (in some Cases) Also, Legal Framework Few EA related subjects in Higher Education There is NOT “no action alternative” T O Narrow Job Opportunities Widening EA Market Low Budget for EIS EA Strengthened due to Increased Public Participation Developer oriented EIS Documentation Public ignorance to EIA Sharing EIA Experience with Developing Countries through Official Development Assistance Low Level of Public Consciousness on EIA

4 SWOT Analysis Japan:

5 Strengths  Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Scientific knowle dge Engineering skill s, techniques Many interdiscipl inary department s Effectiveness us e of “the Open U niv.” Capacity Build. Oriented Not many applic ation of EAs Reference cases are far from daily life Knowledge shari ng among practiti oners Access to the ex isting databases Weak connectio n between educa tion and practice New governmen t off “Fraternity” Improvement of t ransparency Growing awaren ess of sustainabil ity among the pu blic EA knowledge in primary schools SEA Guideline Revising EIA Act Reluctant to info rmation disclosur e Economic down turn Financial deficie ncy of public sect or Slow in English education Bureaucratic system

6 SWOT Analysis EU:

7 Strengths – enagagement with the real world (we use a lot of case studies), common platform = EU Directives, Bologna, joint degrees, multi-interdiscilinarity, combination of theory and skills Weaknesses – multidisciplinary protectionism, lack of financial resources university have (e.g. for simulation) Opportunities – multidisciplinarity, to bring different disciplines in, integration itself, cultural differences, Threats - perceived effectineveness of the instrument, oversupply, internationalisation programmes issue


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