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ERIC Number: ED038504
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 37
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Dutch Agricultural Education.
Netherlands Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, The Hauge.
Agricultural Education in the Netherlands is categorized as Scientific, Higher Secondary, Middle Secondary, and Lower Secondary. Scientific education is given at the agricultural university which has a 6- or 7-year curriculum. Higher secondary education is given at agricultural and horticultural colleges with a 3- to 4-year curriculum. Middle secondary education is given at agricultural schools with a curriculum from 1 1/2 to 3 years, according to the nature of the school. Lower secondary education is given at lower agricultural and horticultural schools in many different courses of short duration depending upon the nature of the curriculum. The main admission requirements, duration of study, and degree or diploma awarded are discussed for each type of education available. The appendixes contain: (1) a list of curriculums in which students may major, (2) typical curriculums of a higher secondary agricultural school, a higher secondary horticulture school, a middle secondary agricultural school, a middle secondary horticulture school, a lower secondary agricultural school, a lower secondary horticulture school, and a general agricultural winter course, and (3) a block diagram showing progression through agricultural and horticultural training and the required preparatory training. (DM)
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Authoring Institution: Netherlands Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, The Hauge.
Identifiers - Location: Netherlands