May
21
2011

Top 10 Educated Countries of the World

Education can change luck of any country, that is why education is becoming increasingly international. In worlds most educated countries the education is free for every person. Without education, no country can grow. Here is the list of top 10 most educated countries.

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10. Korea south:

Its compulsory in Korea to take education from one to thirteen year. The common subjects that students can take are mathematics, social studies, English, science,  fine arts and music.

9. New Zealand:

In New Zealand the education is free and compulsory from 6years to 16th year of age. It includes three-rier mode, primary, secondary and tertiary education.

8. Norway:

Same is the case with Norway, education is compulsory between the age of 6 to 16. There are three types school systems, Elementary school, lower secondary school and upper secondary school.

7. Australia:

The education is compulsory from 6year kid to seventeen. Australian programmers are famous world wide and Australian education is ranked 6th for reading, 8th for science and 13th for mathematics.

6. Denmark:

The education in Denmark is free and mandatory for kids below 15 or 16. Literacy rate in Denmark is approximately 99% for both men and women.

5. Finland:

In Finland the education is necessary for nine years in Finland. It starts the year the pupil turns seven and ends at the age of 15 or 16. There are 20 universities and 30 polytechnics in the Finland.

4. Sweden:

Education starts from seven and ends at sixteen. This is interesting to know that women are more educated than men in Sweeden. 26% of women are educated and 19% men are educated.

3. Japan:

In Japan the education is mandatory at the elementary and lower secondary level. Japan’s education played a vital role in Japan’s recovery. In Japan, children from under age one to five years old are taken to the public and private day care centers for education.

2. United States:

The  education is compulsory in United States. The ages for compulsory education vary by state. It begins from age’s five to eight and ends from 14 to 18. The result is that every child is educated.

1. Canada:

Education in Canada is also compulsory up to the age of 16 in every province, except for Ontario and New Brunswick, where the compulsory age is 18. As the result 100% man and woman are educated.


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