The Best places to study abroad in 2015
Its a tough decision to make and we know its the most important factor influencing your choice of study abroad. Lets weigh the chances highlighting the advantages of every country and see which could be your most preferred spot.
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1. United States
Undoubtedly, the most popular study destination in the world is the United States of America with over 4,000 degree-granting institutions of higher learning in the US. Arizona State University, America’s largest with over 72,000 students, offers over 250 academic programs from which to choose. The United States is one of the most culturally diverse and inclusive societies in the world, welcoming visitors and students from foreign countries since before its foundation.
2. United Kingdom
According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2014), the UK is home to seven out of the top 10 universities in Europe. And the universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London (Imperial College) are ranked amongst the top 10 in the World! Although the UK has only 1% of the world’s population, it undertakes 5% of the world’s scientific research and produces 14% of the world’s most highly cited academic papers. By studying in the UK, you have the opportunity to graduate from one of the best education systems in the world!
The high standards of the Canadian educational system and outstanding quality of Canadian schools are acknowledged globally. Canadian students consistently rank among the best in the world on international tests of reading, science and mathematics. Proclaimed international leaders in government, business and academic circles have studied language skills and/or academic subjects in Canada.
The Australian education system offers the best kind of quality education that one can receive. Its reputation goes beyond its borders, thanks to the quality assurance received by many bodies that look after it. The country offers excellent quality assurance practices, with the system having to undergo multiple checks by the government bodies, industrial sectors and other professional bodies that oversee the administration of their education systems from all levels. There are institutions in Australia that will also have the ISO certification that make sure education is of highest quality in the country.
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Europe has a long-standing tradition of learning and education. The very first high-learning institutions were established in Ancient Greece. Education has always been an essential part of European countries. The modern universities in Europe have state-of-the-art technology, modern facilities and the best educators. Their libraries have an extensive collection of books, from standard textbooks to rare first-editions, that will definitely quench your thirst for knowledge.
6. South East Asia
The South East Asia region of the world is the secure and most reliable option for people willing to further work at the developed countries in the region. The front pack of the lot is Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. The courses offered are not very rigorous compared to their western counterparts and many European universities has campuses in South East Asian countries.
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Japanese is a highly technologically and economically advanced country. Everyday, researchers and students at a variety of universities, graduate schools, businesses, and enterprises are engaged in never-ending research, development, and creation of the next newest and latest theories and technology. These scientific technologies and academic theories are thought by many people throughout the world as helping to improve and support the lifestyles and societies of human beings on an international scale. As a foundation of society, Japan provides a wide variety of higher education. In Japan, there are over 700 universities, and nearly 3000 speciality schools.
8. New Zealand
New Zealand’s education system is recognized around the world and offers qualifications on a par with many of the world’s other great providers of education such as Australia, UK, USA and Canada. Having one of the developed world’s lowest costs of living means that tuition costs, and living expenses will be lower for any international students wanting to take advantage of New Zealand’s life style. If you love adventure then you will love New Zealand. Offering some of the world’s top adventure tourism attractions, making for plenty of fun try Bungee Jumping or Paragliding when on a study break.
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