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|Statistical Bulletin 2006 - 4|
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1. Higher Junior College Education includes: (1) Full-time Junior College Education, referring to the education enrolling high school graduates who have passed the unified national college entrance examination to receive higher diploma education (in 2006, the nationwide RTVUs suspended recruitment in this field of education) (2) Adult Junior College Education, referring to part-time or full-time education (including education for a second junior college diploma) enrolling students who have finished high school or have the same educational background and have passed the exam organized by the national adult higher learning institutions. 2. Diploma-to-Degree Education refers to education enrolling students who have passed the national entrance examination. 3. Secondary Technical Education.
In 2006, there were 334 courses in ten fields of study and 49 second-rank disciplines provided by the Adult Junior College Education Programme and Diploma-to-Degree Programme in the CRTVUs. See Table 6 for details.
Table 6. Number of Students of Each Course in Adult Junior College Education Programme in 2006
In 2006, according to the national statistics on the general higher junior college education, with the implementation of the "Contents of Courses in General Higher Vocational Education and Junior College Education (for statistical use)" issued in 2005 by the Ministry of Education, 19 categories with 78 second-rank categories were included. The Full-time Junior College Education Programmes of the CRTVUs offered 180 courses in 50 second-rank disciplines of 19 disciplines. See Table 7 for details.
Table 7. Number of Students in Diploma Programme in 2006
Note: (1) Sequence is arranged according to the numbers of the active students.