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  • EDUCATION in the UK
    EOI de Granada - Intermediate G
    February 2011
    M. Elena Tapia
  • TYPES OF SCHOOLS
    STATE FUNDED SCHOOL SYSTEM
    STATE SCHOOLS, whichreceivethemoneyfromthegovernment.
    There are alsoINDEPENDENT SCHOOLS, whichreceivethemoneymainlyfrom TUTITION FEES.
    Theseschools are usuallycalledPRIVATEorPUBLIC (paradoxically). Etonisanexample.
    They are usuallyBOARDINGSCHOOLS.
  • ETON COLLEGE
  • SCHOOLING
    Full-time educationiscompulsoryforchildrenfromtheir 5th birthdaytillthey are 16.
    Theleavingage has beenraisedto 18 bytheEducation and SkillsAct in 2008.
    Compulsoryeducation: NurserySchool – PrimarySchool – SecondarySchool + GCSE
    Furthereducation:
    – SIXTH FORM + A-LEVELS
    (SixthformcollegeorFurthereducationcollege)
    - VOCATIONAL TRAINING
  • SCHOOL SUBJECTS
  • VOCATIONAL TRAINING
    Vocational education or vocational education and training (VET) prepares trainees for jobs that are based on manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic, and totally related to a specific trade, occupation, or vocation. It is sometimes referred to as technical education as the trainee directly develops expertise in a particular group of techniques or technology (Definition taken from wikipedia)
  • HIGHER EDUCATION
    Students can enterUniversityfrom 18 onwards.
    TheystudyforanACADEMIC DEGREE.
    Firstdegree(3 years) BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
    Students are UNDERGRADUATE.
    Post graduatedegree: MASTER’S DEGREE (1 year) and DOCTORATE’S DEGREE (3 years).
    Students are POSTGRADUATE.
  • Formore informationvisit:
    http://www.britishcouncil.org/usa-education-uk-system-k-12-education.htm