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    'post-secondary' and 'post-baccalaureate'

    Dear teachers and friends,

    What the difference between 'post-secondary' and 'post-baccalaureate'?

    Thank you in advance.


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    Re: 'post-secondary' and 'post-baccalaureate'

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    What the difference between 'post-secondary' and 'post-baccalaureate'?

    'post-secondary' : after High School.
    Children have a primary education (at a primary school) between the ages of 5 and 11 or 12, then secondary education (at a secondary school) till 16-18 years, prior to a possible tertiary education at a college or university.
    Post-secondary education might involve going to a university, or an apprenticeship, or a Finishing School in Switzerland!

    and 'post-baccalaureate': the baccalaureate is the bachelor's degree, the first degree that is granted by a college or university. Hence, studying for a Master's Degree would be post-baccalaureate studies.

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    Re: 'post-secondary' and 'post-baccalaureate'

    Thank you very much, David L.

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