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A student or pupil is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution. In Britain until about 2012, underage schoolchildren were always referred to as “pupils”, while those attending university are termed “students”. In the USA, and more recently also in Britain, the term “student” is applied to both categories, no doubt due to US influence. In its widest use, student is used for anyone who is learning, including mid-career adults who are taking vocational education or returning to university, or younger ‘researchers or artists learning from a more experienced (and usually older) colleague and mentor.
Education can be Government initiated and compulsory for students from the age of 6 to the age of 16. Primary School (Primary 1 to 6) Secondary School ( Secondary 1 to 4 or 5) Junior College (Junior College 1 to 2 – Optional)
There are also schools which have the integrated programme, such as River Valley High School (Singapore).
International Schools are subject to overseas curriculums, such as the British, American, Canadian or Australian Boards.
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Education is free in Brunei Darussalam not limited to government educational institutions but private educational institutions, too. There are mainly two types of educational institutions namely government or public as well as private institutions. Several stages have to be undergone by the prospective students leading to higher qualifications, such as Bachelor’s Degree.
Primary School (Year 1 to 6)
Secondary School (Year 7 to 11)
High School [or also known as the Sixth Form Centers] (Year 12 to 13)
Colleges (Pre-University to Diploma)
University Level (Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Professional)
It takes six and five years to complete the primary and secondary levels respectively. Upon completing these two crucial stages, students/pupils have freedom to progress to sixth-form centers, colleges or probably straight to employment. Ahead of times, these students will be led to undertake the university level programs in both, government and private university colleges. Cambodia
Education in Cambodia is free for all the students who study in Primary School, Secondary School or High School.
Primary School (Grade 1 to 6)
Secondary School (Grade 7 to 9)
High School (Grade 10 to 12)
College (Year 1 to 3 )
University (Year 1 to 4 or 5)
After basic education, students can opt to take a bachelor’s (undergraduate) degree at a higher education institution (i.e. a college or university), which normally lasts for four years though the length of some courses may be longer or shorter depending on the institution.
In Nepal 12-year school is categorized in three stages: Primary school, Secondary school and Higher Secondary school. For college it averages 4 years for bachelor’s degree (except MBBS which is 5 and half years programme) and 2 years master’s degree.
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