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LEVELS of EDUCATION
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1.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 29 Oct 2008 Wed 03:15 pm

How many levels of education in your country?

 

In Türkiye:

 

Homeschool Diploma

Primary School  Diploma

Seconday School D翻ploma

Primary + Secondary

High School D翻ploma

Military School D翻ploma (High School and university (College) and higher

University = College:

Some College (university)

Associate Degree - Associate´s degree

Bachelor Degree  BA degree - Bachelor´s degree

Master degree : MA Degree - Master´s degree

Some doctoral coursework

PhD. Degree : Doctoral Degree and higher

Doctorate / Prof Degree

None of the above

 

 

2.       teaschip
3870 posts
 29 Oct 2008 Wed 03:39 pm

We have the same here in the states.  We also have what´s called a GED. (General Education Development Test).  People can take this test who decide to drop out of high school...I guess it´s equivalent to a high school diploma...but I think more frowned upon.

3.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 29 Oct 2008 Wed 04:00 pm

More or less the same in Poland:

Kindergarten certificate

Primary school certificate (after 6 years)

Middle school certificate (after 3 years)

Secondary school certificate (after 3 or 4 years)

Finishing secondary school you may take Matriculation Exam and get Matriculation Certificate, if you were in a technical secondary school you take Occupational Exam and get a Certificate

Then

B.A.

M.A.

Ph.D.

Professor´s Degree

4.       geniuda
1070 posts
 29 Oct 2008 Wed 05:44 pm

I would also add Pre-School...  my little one attended Pre-School before starting Kindergarten{#lang_emotions_bigsmile}

5.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 29 Oct 2008 Wed 08:27 pm

 

Quoting geniuda

I would also add Pre-School...  my little one attended Pre-School before starting Kindergarten{#lang_emotions_bigsmile}

 

 Oh, don´t get me feeling sentimental now.  I remember my little guy´s preschool graduation...with the little paper graduation hats they made....his toothless smile.....how he gave everyone in the family a copy of his "diploma"!   {#lang_emotions_cry}  Now he´s almost a teenager! {#lang_emotions_cry}

6.       Trudy
7887 posts
 29 Oct 2008 Wed 08:33 pm

No diploma´s for primary school (8 years, kindergarten 2 years included) in the Netherlands.

3 types of secundary school (4, 5 and 6 years)

4 types of intermediate vocational education (1, 2, 3 and 4 years)

higher vocational education (4 years)

university with bachelor and masters (time depending on faculty from 5 to 9 years)

post-academic courses

doctorate / professor´s degree

7.       doudi94
845 posts
 30 Oct 2008 Thu 04:38 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 Oh, don´t get me feeling sentimental now.  I remember my little guy´s preschool graduation...with the little paper graduation hats they made....his toothless smile.....how he gave everyone in the family a copy of his "diploma"!   {#lang_emotions_cry}  Now he´s almost a teenager! {#lang_emotions_cry}

 

I remember mine too! lol!

they made me wera this teeny tiny hat and that jacket thing they wera lol, and they gave us a "diploma " too lol!!! But thatw as sooo long ago! I think he still has a reaaly long way till he becomes a teenaer lol , but parents never think so, i dont know why !

8.       bod
5999 posts
 06 Mar 2009 Fri 02:42 am

 

Quoting Daydreamer

Kindergarten certificate

Primary school certificate (after 6 years)

Middle school certificate (after 3 years)

Secondary school certificate (after 3 or 4 years)

 

 

If it is compulsory education then why do you get a certificate?????

9.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 06 Mar 2009 Fri 04:01 pm

 

Quoting bod

 

Quoting Daydreamer

Kindergarten certificate

Primary school certificate (after 6 years)

Middle school certificate (after 3 years)

Secondary school certificate (after 3 or 4 years)

 

 

If it is compulsory education then why do you get a certificate?????

 

because we love the red tape {#lang_emotions_confused}

 

Nah, you need a certificate to get accepted into the next level - you´re admited to the next school depending on the results of the former one. With bad grades from primary school you´re unlikely to get into a good middle school etc. On each level you have about 14 subjects annually so that´s a pretty hard job. Additionally after each level you pass a national test

10.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 06 Mar 2009 Fri 04:30 pm

This is so unfair

We didn´t get any certificates at school

The only certificate I got was for Cycling Proficiency ... although I did get a pretty badge for "showing I could make a cup of tea" in the Brownies - does that count?



Edited (3/6/2009) by TheAenigma [I put two ´f´s in "proficiency"...luckily I was not boasting about my spelling proficiency ]

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