Education in the different countries

Virgin Islands Department of Education

Virgin Islands Department of Education serves as the territory's education agency.

Education system in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan may not be country which is known as popular destination for international students but it can certainly be one with a considerably good educational system and literacy rate more than 98 %.

Germany education

Germany, a land of innovation, invention and ideas is the most preferred destination for foreign students. International standards in education, science and research play a central role in making the country one of the knowledge hubs of Europe. The country has one of the world's best and most extensive school and university systems.

Education in Great Britain

Education in Great Britain is compulsory and free for all children between the ages of 5 and 16. At the age of 16 about 2/3 of pupils leave school and get jobs. About 1/3 stay at school until the age of 18. There are about 30,000 state schools with 2,000 private fee-paying schools.

Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The education system of Bosnia is made of up of three levels: Primary school, Secondary levels, University education

Education in Bulgaria

As Bulgaria aligns itself for EU accession in 2007 the country’s government are working on ensuring that the children of Bulgaria have free access to a quality, well structured but open education system that will allow them to learn the skills and gain the knowledge necessary to compete equally with their European counterparts on the world business and economic stage.

Education in Belgium

Education enjoys high priority, and the largest share of the regional governments’ annual budget in Belgium. Complete systems of public and private schools are available to all children between the ages of 4 and 18, at little or no cost. A 'Creche Kinderdagverblijf plaats” is available for younger children.

Education System in Andorra

Education in the Principality of Andorra, that's land-locked between France and Spain is complicated by the fact that the nation is a mixture of 3 very different cultures.

Education in Belarus

Belarus has a well-regarded education system, including universities and further education institutions that attract numerous foreign students

Education in Gibraltar

Education in Gibraltar follows the English system and the schools follow the Key Stage system which teaches the National Curriculum.

Education in Austria

The Republic of Austria has a free and public school system, and nine years of education are mandatory. Schools offer a series of vocational-technical and university preparatory tracks involving one to four additional years of education beyond the minimum mandatory level.

Education in Albania

The literacy rate in Albania for the total population, age 9 or older, is about 99%. Elementary education is compulsory (grades 1-9), but most students continue at least until a secondary education. Students must successfully pass graduation exams at the end of the 9th grade and at the end of the 12th grade in order to continue their education.