Top 10 Countries With The BEST Education
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In this Alux.com video we'll try to answer the following questions:
What are the top countries with the best education system?
How expensive is education around the world?
How much does it cost to go to school in United States?
How much money does it cost to go to school in Singapore?
How much money is spent on education in Australia?
How much money is spent on education in New Zealand?
How much money is spent on education in United States?
What the best countries in the world for education?
What are the best education systems in the world?
How is Finland's education system?
How is Netherlands' education system?
How is Singapore's education system?
How is New Zealand's education system?
How is Norway's education system?
How is Swizerland's education system?
How is Australia's education system?
How is Belgium's education system?
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Excuse me but Switzerland's education is not good at all. I live here and go to the gymnasium. Not the best. I love Indian, Chinese and Japanese school systems more. But I think its more because of the people here and there.
Where is S.Korea? 83% of young generations have college degree or higher. also have highest number of PhD per population. their education system is do or die mind set. that's one of the reason once poor nation to became developed nation. But I don;t recommend this way of education, they do it because of it;shard to make good income with low education.
Sure, China, Singapore and some other countries are on this list because of academic performance, but look at the way they teach, insane amounts of homework, tests, stress, and generally just forcing shit down your throat. Finland should be number 1 hands down. I rest my case.
Seriously the USA? That has to be a lie or a BRIBE!!!! Do you have any idea how many americans CANNOT spell common english words when they write their fan fic stories and post them online? They write TRAIL for trial and DEFIANTLY for Definitely. They frequently use the wrong spellings for Here, hear, hair and there, they're and their. It's gotten to the point where I dont even bother to read any fan fics from any author who is from the USA. There are plenty of other writers from english speaking countries - UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand - who CAN READ AND SPELL properly!!
This video has some incongruity: first, in the Americas the first university was created actually during the 1538, second, how can you talk about the USA education without mentioning Germany, UK, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea??? This video is weird...
Don’t know about the others but n5 is pure BS. I teach in Belgium and these numbers are not even close to reality. Take everything here with a pinch of salt. It’s not because they sound confident and usually make a lot of sense that everything is true and scientifically backed.
In New Zealand, after Primary we have Intermediate/Secondary school. I don't think anyone calls it middle school. Some schools join up eg Primary + Intermediate or Intermediate + High School, but there are basically 3 different 'levels'. In where I live, we have:
- High School
My top 3 : 1: United Kingdom as we get hard work in school and get strict but fun lessons and a descent homework amount,
Poland:2: They are really strict and give more homework but their learning in school is terrible,but fun.
Canada 3 : They have z good education system and a hard homework task for children to do but they are fun and not strict,
China has the best University in the world that's why CHINA MAKES STRONG ECONOMIC SHOWING and dominating science and technology.Rest of them are just propaganda to attract the foreign students.They are outdated in present century. Actions Speak Louder Than Words i.e China.
+Danyeet You need to research more about the china not base on the western media than you can realize Chinese technologies never ever exist in west and USA so far china has far ahead of west so the term copy was coin by stupid and coward people .
Ever wonder why China always makes rip-offs and copies all the time? The way they teach is forcing stuff down your throat with a disasterous amount of homework. It kills freedom, but then again, why invent, when you can just take other's work? Finland is way better IMHO.
No kidding, China is pretty good. They are racing to learn English now. However, I just wanna let you know that the best University in Asia is NUS in Singapore and the best University in the world is Harvard in America
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