Recently, government drew up a plan that places limits on applicants sitting the National Technique Qualification Examination. It did so by amending a related statute. The new criteria will take effect on 1st January 2007. According to the statute, someone who wants to apply for a specific qualification has to graduate from a university and to have produced a related study as part of their major. In addition to this work, and regardless of it, they must also receive training in practical business over a set period of time.The purpose of this legislation is to comprehensively improve expert knowledge and the level of technical education. But it may have negative side-affects, giving rise to serious legal wrangles, over such issues as unfair discrimination and disputes as to how to classify the related major.Therefore, this study will examine the contents of the amended National Technique Qualification Act and investigate some of the legal issues surrounding it. It will also offer suggestions as to how the planned changes could be improved.