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Bildungspolitik in Südafrika als Spiegelbild von Apartheidideologie und Transformation

  • Barbara JungeEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Das gegenwärtige südafrikanische Bildungssystem ist in hohem Maße durch das Erbe der Apartheid-Politik gekennzeichnet. Generell ist das Bildungssystem dreistufig angelegt: Auf den Bereich des General Education and Training (GET) von der Vorschule bis einschließlich zur 9. Klasse folgt der Bereich des Further Education and Training (FET), das entweder die Klassen 10 bis 12 (mit Erwerb der Hochschulzugangsberechtigung Further Education and Training Certificate) oder die Ausbildung in berufsbildenden Colleges umfasst. Daran schließt das tertiäre Bildungssystem an, welches unterschiedliche Formen von Hochschulen und tertiären Institutionen für die Aus- und Weiterbildung umfasst. An den Hochschulen sind die Studienprogramme in der Regel in dreijährige Bachelor- und ein- bis zweijährige Masterprogramme sowie mehrjährige Graduiertenprogramme für Promovierende unterteilt. Vielfach sind zudem einjährige Honours-Studiengänge im Anschluss an Bachelor-Studiengänge vorgesehen, welche in der Regel Voraussetzung für die Zulassung zu Master-Studiengängen sind.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BielefeldDeutschland

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