The school is integrated into the Italian school system and free of charge between 6 and 14 years. Most young people undergo some form of upper secondary education and, to a large extent, shorter college education in Italy. Within the country there is a smaller university, focused on history and semiotics and an institute for cybernetics. For those studying further in Italy there are state scholarships. In 1991, 28% of the population had only completed primary school, while 35% had some form of post-secondary education.
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