The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 5 > Structural Engineering Education in the Netherlands
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Structural Engineering Education in the Netherlands

After toddler classes, which start at the age of 4 years (Group l and 2), junior school starts in the Netherlands at the age of 6 years. Six years are spent in Group 3. Secondary school follows; this ends at different levels: -lower secondary education (4 years) or -higher secondary education (5 years) or -preuniversity education (6 years) Professor L.P. Sikkel