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This study investigates trends in articulation arrangements available to students who undertake TVE courses in a number of countries in the South East Asian region. Particular reference is made to Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. The study takes into account the economic development of each country, and the general system of education, including the contribution of non-government educational institutions.
Articulation pathways for TVE course graduates were evident in all countries considered by the study, though such provision varied significantly, from extensive linkages between TVE and higher education, through to quite limited opportunities for articulation at this time. Includes references and list of those interviewed for the study.