BPBAC : Enrolment in post-baccalaureate courses in high schools
Producer : Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (SIES)
Authorisation : Comité du Secret Statistique
The BPBAC source about the Enrolment in post-baccalaureate courses in high schools is derived from "SCOLARITE" data, and data from SCOLEGE, which concern - On the school level: public high schools in Metropolitan France and the French overseas departments under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. In the French Overseas Territories, French Polynesia, New Caledonia (with a delayed calendar due to the start of the school year being in February N+1) and, since the start of the school year 2001, Mayotte, are also covered by "SCOLARITE". Since 2009, the data from Saint Pierre and Miquelon have been uploaded to "SCOLARITE" along with those of the Caen academy. Since the start of the 2011 school year, Mayotte has been counted as an overseas department. Private schools under contract with the National Education Ministry are fully covered by "SCOLARITE", while schools not under contract are only partially covered. - In terms of training: the General, Technological and Vocational High School, the Specialized Education Sections and the Groups of Workshop Classes, the Post-Baccalaureate Classes (mainly STS, CPGE), the Complementary Diploma Formations, the Various Pre- and Post-Baccalaureate Preparations, the measures for the integration of young people in the national education system (MOREA, FCIL, etc.). - In terms of student status: high schools can take in students in specific technological and vocational training programs (e.g. BEP, Bac Pro, BTS in one year) or in "traditional" training. The students follow these courses under different statuses: student, apprentice, professionalization contract, vocational training trainee.