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I'm an undergrad student right now, and I'm going to study abroad in Finland.

My question is what 'current education' means.

I'm currently working on an application form to get a residence permit.

there is a section to choose a 'current education' and there are some choices, which are 'basic studies', 'secondary level' and 'university degree'.

I wonder if this is an education level I have already attained or an education level I'm currently in.

In case I'm an undergrad student, which am I supposed to choose?


Thank you in advance.

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It sounds like "current education" refers to the highest level already attained. As an undergraduate, your current education would be "secondary level."

Hi, I am currently applying for the same visa to study in Finland. Can you tell me if the secondary level was the correct choice in the end? I am currently in my final year of undergrad degree but have not yet graduated, however, I will have graduated by the time I leave to go to Finland.

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anonymousCan you tell me if the secondary level was the correct choice in the end?

Yes. I believe that Shermla's answer was correct. "Current education" is a bit mystifying, I agree, but given the choices, it can only mean what I am used to seeing as something like "present level of education"—you know, something that actually makes sense in English.