1. PRIMARY EDUCATION
Primary education is composed of a four-year primary school and a four-year middle school with different programs including schools with religious affiliations. Primary education is compulsory. Middle schools and religious middle schools have elective courses which meet the needs of different students in terms of their skills, development, and choices.
2. SECONDARY EDUCATION
Secondary school education covers general, vocational, and technical high schools and is compulsory. These graduates receive a high school diploma.
There are different programs at the high school level.
The details about the different high school types which offer different kinds of education are listed below:
General High Schools:
Students who complete eight years of primary education can register at the general high schools. High school graduates take the university placement exams Higher Education Exam (YGS) and Undergraduate Placement Exam (LYS). Vocational High Schools:
The graduates of vocational high schools can study at vocational schools at the universities without taking any exam. The vocational high schools can be grouped as Technical, Communication, Health, Tourism