Freedom of teaching as provided for in Article 11 of the Constitution include “university self-government.” Any important matters related to the freedoms of instruction and study are subject items of university self-government. State supervision over universities shall be specifically authorized by statutes. Any such statutes shall be in conformity with the principle of university self-government. The Ministry of Education is merely in the position of exercising “supervision on legitimacy” over the operation of each university. When exercising such “supervision on legitimacy,” it is certain that the Ministry of Education should comply with the protection of academic freedom and the respect of university self-government and, therefore, should not add restrictions not provided by law. But in the practice, which following this article wants to discuss: Why namely the Ministry of Education to method of the State supervision over universities? The Ministry of Education actually has these to State supervision over universities “to go too far is as bad as not far enough” the phenomenon?