Top 5 Countries For Overseas Education.
Placing at the top of the Education Index in the United Nations’ Human Development Report, Australia consists of 24 million students that will complete 20-plus years of schooling Australia also admirably supports teachers and professors. Australia provides special incentives to teachers taking rural fellowship and, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)’s 2015 Education for All Global Monitoring Report, Australia is reducing the disparity between teachers at all the levels.
Due to it’s exam oriented approach, Singapore ensures great problem-solving skills instilled in every student. The educational system, sharpens both: theoretical and practical approach. Ranking No. 1 in Pearson Education’s global educational report for cognitive skills and No. 3 overall, Singapore placed high on the PISA test too: No. 3 in reading and No. 2 in math. Tutors also promise to be lifelong students and focus on growth and knowledge along with their professional careers.
Dissatisfied with their scores in the 2000 PISA test results, the nation ranked 7 in the U.N.’s Education Index. They reformed their education policy, and improved their educational standards as per UNESCO, across many years. Today in the PISA rankings, Germany sits at No. 20 in Reading, a two-spot improvement and is No. 16 in math.
Ireland’s population figure is as small as 4.7 million. 6.2% of their GDP is spent only on education. 98% of the population in Ireland has at least completed secondary level education. This states that the nation provides great education facilities and helps largely in shaping a brighter tomorrow.
5) The United Kingdom
Amongst Britons that are aged 25 and older, 99.9% exactly have completed their secondary education. England is currently reforming facilities for the extra 750,000 international students and is progressing each day along with reviving its culture and history, time and again.