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Description of Hungarian education and training programmes according to ISCED-97 classification

Institutional setting of programme Programme destination and orientation Notes
Pre-school 0 School-based programme for children aged 3-7. Includes basic skills development, pre-reading, drawing, singing and school preparation.
General school 1AG General school primary level, Grades 1–4.
2AG General school lower secondary level, Grades 5–8.
Vocational training school (Apprenticeship training) 2BG Remedial programme for drop-outs and low achievers that provides a second chance for further education
2CV Vocational training school programmes preparing qualifications for trades identified in the National Register of Vocational Qualifications that do not require the completion of 10 years of general education for entry
3CG Vocational training school, Grades 9–10. General subject courses with vocational guidance preparing students for entering into programmes that require 10 years of general education
3CV 3-year apprenticeship training programmes according to the Education Act of 1985 starting after grade 8 of the general school. 1997/98 was the last year of new enrolments, because the new law does not allow dualsystem vocational education before age 16.
4CV Post-secondary vocational programmes where the entry requirement is the completion of secondary education
Special vocational training school 2CP Basic skills and labour market oriented development programme for students with special educational needs
General secondary school 2AG Grades 5–8, and 7–8 of the eight-grade and six-grade general secondary school
3AG General secondary education, grades 9–13 preparing students for secondary school final examination
Vocational secondary school 3AP Vocational secondary school programmes preparing students for secondary school final examination with pre-vocational elements, Grades 9–12 (13).
3BP Vocational secondary part-time programmes, Grades 9–12 (13) preparing for secondary school final examination with pre-vocational programme elements
4AG General secondary programme preparing for secondary school final examination for vocational training school graduates (3CV)
4CV Post-secondary vocational programmes where the entry requirement is possesing secondary school-leaving certificate
5B Non-university higher vocational training programmes leading to non-graduate vocational qualifications with credit courses acknowledged in higher education
College, university 5A College graduate education and post-graduate specialisation programmes,University graduate education,University supplementary (Master) programme for college graduates,Supplementary teacher training programme for engineers graduated incollege education,University post-graduate specialisation programme for university graduates
University 6 PhD courses, research work and dissertationDLA, doctoral degree in liberal arts

Source: Statistical Yearbook of Education 2002/2003, OM, 2003.
Notes: Destination for which the programmes have been designed to prepare students: A=access to further general education, B=access to further vocational education, C=access to the labour market.
Orientation category is based on the degree to which content of programme has been specifically designed:
G=general, P=pre-vocational, V=vocational.

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