Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Primary education lasts for nine years. Secondary education is provided by general and technical secondary schools where studies last for four years. All forms of secondary schooling include an element of vocational training. Pupils graduating from general secondary schools obtain the Matura and can enroll in any faculty or academy by passing a qualification examination prescribed by the institution. Students graduating technical subjects obtain a Diploma. [ [http://www.euroeducation.net/prof/boherco.htm EuroEduction.net - The European Education Directory] ]

Bosnia's current higher educational system consists of seven universities, one in every major city, plus satellite campuses—continues.

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