A group of Korean students in Japan and their supporters Monday asked the Education Ministry for fair treatment and the right to take national university entrance examinations.

Armed with more than 1,300 signatures — including those of many professors — representatives of the group, which is seeking application rights for Korean residents, asked ministry officials to allow universities to decide their own qualification criteria.

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