Education at the third level (levels 5, 6 and 7) such as universities, teachers col- leges and higher-level professional schools - requir- ing as a minimum condition of admission the successful completion of education at the second level or evidence of the attainment of an equivalent level of knowledge.
Tertiary education comprises all involvement in post-school learning activities and includes industry training and Adult and Community Education.
Education, usually very specialized in nature, and leading to high-level qualifications at the post -secondary level.
all forms of formal education beyond secondary level including studies undertaken at a university.
Formal education after secondary or high school. It includes university and technikon studies.
Formal education beyond secondary education, including higher education, vocational education and training, or other specialist post-secondary education or training; sometimes used to refer only to higher education. Also called post-secondary education or further education.
(also referred to as third-stage or third level education) The educational level following the completion of a school providing a secondary education such as a high school, secondary school, or gymnasium. Tertiary education is commonly higher education which prepares students for a quaternary education. Colleges and universities are examples of institutions that provide tertiary education. The term Tertiary education can also be used to refer to vocational education and training.
post-secondary education; includes learning undertaken in the workplace as well as with provider