The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 5 > Civile Engineering and Architectural Studies in France
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Civile Engineering and Architectural Studies in France

This very brief overview is best read with the accompanying diagram of the French education system. At age 17 or 18, French students who intend to go on to higher education in the major disciplines (including, therefore, civil engineering and architecture) take the ‘Baccalauréat’ examination, which marks the end of secondary education and gives access to universities and similar establishments. H. Judéaux