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Hungarian educational system Hungarian educational system Slide 2 School system in Hungary Institutional structures and the structure of educational programmes are not aligned with each other Institutional structures and the structure of educational programmes are not aligned with each other Similarities with Central European and ex-socialist countries Similarities with Central European and ex-socialist countries Secondary education: wide variety Secondary education: wide variety General education: until the age of 18 General education: until the age of 18 Slide 3 Pre-primary education Age: 3-6 Age: 3-6 Last year is compulsory Last year is compulsory 86% of children 86% of children The highest in Europe The highest in Europe Improve abilities of children Improve abilities of children Slide 4 Primary education Minority education Minority education Age: Age: from 6 to 10 (basic first stage) from 10 to 14 (basic second stage) Specialised classes Specialised classes At the end: Exam At the end: Exam Slide 5 Academic Secondary School Non-vocational Non-vocational Prepares for higher education Prepares for higher education Length of programme: Length of programme: 4 years (regular) 5 years (bilingual education) 6 years (from age 12 to 18) 8 years (from age 10 to 18) Certificate awarded: Certificate awarded: secondary school leaving certificate Slide 6 Vocational and Vocational Secondary Schools In vocational secondary school: In vocational secondary school: secondary school leaving certificate In vocational school: In vocational school: lower level vocational qualification Basic education: 4 years Basic education: 4 years Professional practice: about 2 years Professional practice: about 2 years Slide 7 Matura Final exam of high school Final exam of high school 2 levels 2 levels 5 subjects 5 subjects Entry exam to universities Entry exam to universities Language exam required Language exam required Secondary school leaving certificate Secondary school leaving certificate Oral and written exam Oral and written exam Slide 8 Jurisich Mikls Gimnzium 100 years old building 100 years old building Jesuit & Benedictine Jesuit & Benedictine Famous professors Famous professors Well-equipped Well-equipped Special classrooms Special classrooms St. Imre: youths protection patron St. Imre: youths protection patron Slide 9 Traditions in JMG Gubanc Cup Gubanc Cup School leavers ball School leavers ball Band Band Reindeer initiation Reindeer initiation Pupils week Pupils week Last trip to the mountains Last trip to the mountains Graduation ceremony Graduation ceremony Slide 10 Band Slide 11 Leavers ball Slide 12 Reindeer initiation Slide 13 Pupils week Slide 14 Last trip to the mountains Slide 15 Graduation ceremony Slide 16 Higher education Bologna process Bologna process Based on three consecutive cycles Based on three consecutive cycles Bachelor, Master and Doctorate courses Bachelor, Master and Doctorate courses Institutions (universities and collages) may offer courses in all three cycles Institutions (universities and collages) may offer courses in all three cycles Universities are eligible to provide Master courses in at least two fields of study and to offer Doctorate courses as well as to confer Doctorate degree Universities are eligible to provide Master courses in at least two fields of study and to offer Doctorate courses as well as to confer Doctorate degree Divided (two-tier) and undivided (one-tier) programmes Divided (two-tier) and undivided (one-tier) programmes Higher-level vocational training, postgraduate specialist training and adult education (lifelong learning) Higher-level vocational training, postgraduate specialist training and adult education (lifelong learning) A intermediate language exam is needed to get their degree A intermediate language exam is needed to get their degree Slide 17 Integrated (one-tier) programmes Undivided Length 10-12 semesters Result a Master degree Besides religious education and some programmes of arts, the following programmes: veterinary medicine, architecture, dentistry, pharmaceutics, law and medicine Slide 18 First/ Second Degree Programmes Bachelor course Bachelor course 6-8 semesters Bachelor degree Master course Master course Built on Bachelor course 2-4 semesters Master degree Final examination: Final examination: Defence of degree thesis and additional oral, written and practical examination Slide 19 Specialised Graduate Studies Higher education institutions may offer a postgraduate specialist training for Bachelor and Master degree holders. Students complete their studies by passing a final examination. Length of programme is 2-4 semesters. Slide 20 Doctorate Built on Master degree Built on Master degree 6 semesters 6 semesters Scientific degree Scientific degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Art education Art education Doctor of Liberal Arts (DLA) Slide 21 Thank you for your attention!