Second-stage or solely second-stage university education
This was formerly part of the education system according to the General Law on Education and Funding of the Education Reform, of 4 August 1970.
Education comprising two stages consisted of a first stage lasting two or three years, and a second stage lasting two years. Upon completion, students obtained a Bachelor's certificate, a certificate in Architecture or in Engineering. Solely second-stage education, which lasted two academic years, was aimed at pupils who had completed a first stage related to these studies.