Third-stage university education

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Third-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.

Third-cycle university education could be pursued once students had obtained a Bachelor's certificate, a certificate in Engineering or a certificate in Architecture, and comprised at least 2 academic year that consisted of courses and seminars for students to compile a doctoral Thesis in order to gain the title of Doctor.

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