Education in the different countries

The Education System in Norway

Norwegian educational policy is rooted in the principle of equal rights to education for all members of society.

Education system in Holland

The Dutch education system has a long tradition and a trustworthy reputation. The laws issued in 1815 have guaranteed its quality. The most important feature of the Dutch education system, is that study plans are structured in a way that the final degree can be reached by several different study routes.

Monaco Education

The Principality of Monaco puts lot of emphasis on the education of its citizens. Education in Monaco is mandatory for children belonging to the age group of 6-16.

The Education System in Moldova

The country’s educational system consists of primary school, gymnasium, lyceum and other kinds of schools.

Education in Malta

Education in Malta is compulsory through age sixteen and is offered through three different providers: the state, the church and the private sector. The state is responsible for promoting education and instruction and ensuring universal access to education for all Maltese citizens the existence of a system of schools and institutions accessible to all Maltese citizens.

Education in the Republic of Macedonia

The Constitution mandates free and compulsory primary and secondary education in the Republic of Macedonia, and the Law on Primary Education specifies that all children from 7 to 15 years of age attend school for a compulsory 8 years.

Luxembourg Education

In the country of Luxembourg in Europe the Luxembourg Ministry of Education is in charge for scrutinizing and running the national education plan of Luxembourg Education. The 116 local townships of Luxembourg place their individual educational association and class program on a yearly basis.

Liechtenstein - Education

Education is based on Roman Catholic principles and is under government supervision.

Education system in Lithuania

Compulsory education in Lithuania starts with the age of 6 until 16. The primary school is for four years, the basic first stage takes 6 years with students being 10 to 17 years old. After this stage, the senior secondary school starts which last for 2 years and where students can finish with the international baccalaureate.

Education System in Latvia

Primary Education: Latvian education is compulsory and free for children between ages 5 and 18. The first 9 years are spent panatskola primary schools that provide a basic academic education.

Education in Kenya

Education in Kenya is designed to provide eight years of primary education, four years of secondary education and four years of University.

Education in Cameroon

Education is free in state schools and compulsory between ages 6 and 12. Government funds are available to mission and private schools. Most secondary schools have been made bilingual, with instruction in both French and English. Working alongside the public schools are the missionary schools, which have been extremely important in the history of Cameroonian education. As of 1999, public expenditure on education was estimated at 2.6% of GDP.

Education in Cape Verde

Primary school education in Cape Verde is mandatory between the ages of 6 and 14 years and free for children ages 6 to 12.

Education in Zimbabwe

Education in the government-run schools of Zimbabwe was made free in 1980 and inequities remaining from the colonial system were lessened. Education was declared a basic human right in Zimbabwe and a non-racial system pursued.

Education In Zambia

Broadly, Zambian education can be split into two; Public education and Private education. Under private education, we can also add religious education. But, a larger percentage of the education system in Zambia is made up of public institutions.In public schools (and some private schools), the normal dress code is the school uniform.