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- In Belgium, secondary education is provided for youngsters from 12 to 18.
- In the French Community (including the Brussels Region), full-time secondary education contains three Stages and various types of education (general, technical, artistic and vocational).
- Each Stage consists of two Grades (school years). In the first Stage of secondary education, a common curriculum is proposed. Pupils can make a “pre-vocational” choice of study only at the start of the second Stage. In the third Stage of vocational secondary education, the successful completion of a third Grade is necessary to obtain the certificate of secondary education.
- In Flanders (including the Brussels Region) a pupil chooses a course of study within one of the following types of education: general, technical, arts and vocational.
- In Belgium, a certificate of upper secondary education grants unrestricted access to higher education.
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