Definition: Partial completion (of an ISCED level)

Education - ISCED

At ISCED levels 2 or 3 only, the successful completion of a programme in a sequence within the given level which meets the content, minimum duration (2 years) and cumulative duration criteria for the respective ISCED level (i.e. 8 years since the start of ISCED level 1 in the case of ISCED level 2 programmes and 11 years in the case of ISCED level 3 programmes) but is not the last programme within the sequence in that ISCED level
Source:
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), "International Standard Classification of Education - ISCED 2011", Paris, September 2011
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