The Hungarian education system has undergone substantial transformation since the 1990s. Since 2013, governance of schools has been centralised and vocational education and training (VET) was reformed in 2015 to offer quality training in accordance with changing labour market needs.
Formal vocational education and training (VET) in Slovenia starts at upper secondary level and is provided mainly by public schools.
Vocational education and training (VET) in Greece is strongly State-regulated and, until recently, mostly offered through a school-based approach.
This short brochures give a concise and overview of the state of play of Bulgaria’s education and training system, its distinctive features, the particular challenges the country faces and the policy responses it has been developing. A chart showing the VET system’s structure and figures on student enrolment, early leaving and employment rates of young graduates complete the picture.
In Portugal, the national qualification system reorganised vocational education and training within the remits
of the education and employment authorities into a single system.
Check out the new Spotlight on VET for a brief overview of Norway's vocational education and training system, its characteristics and challenges.
This flyer provides a concise overview of Luxembourg’s vocational education and training system.
This flyer provides a concise overview of the UK’s vocational education and training system.
This flyer provides a concise overview of Germany’s vocational education and training system.