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Question asked by Natalia_ in #Coffee Room on May 9, 2007
Natalia_ · May 9, 2007
What country in the world has the best educational system? Posted in: #Coffee Room
Natalia_ · May 9, 2007
What country in the world has the best educational system?
In my country - Ukraine we have good educational system becouse in our schools we can get profound knowledge and to be vell grounded in different subjects. But the disadvantage is that we study near 16 subjects at school😔 To tell the truth sometimes it is too difficult!
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · May 9, 2007
Rank A1 - PRO
Hi Natalia,

This thread, I think, fits the best in our Chit-Chat section. So moving the thread to Chit Chat section of CE. It is very important to start threads in appropriate section.

Let us come back to the topic of discussion. First of all, to the best of my knowledge, the concept of 'School' is different in different countries. For example, the traditional 'Business School' would actually be a 'college' in countries like India. Shall we confine the discussion to the system that lets you complete the undergraduate courses? 😀

Let's first define what are the parameters that we will be using to decide the 'best education system'. What say?

-The Big K-
desijays · May 12, 2007
Rank C3 - EXPERT
okie, I don't know based on what parameters a country or region can be adjudged to have the best educational system.

But my reasoning is this.

I believe it is logical to assume that the country that churns out quality professionals( engineers, doctors, sportsmen, buisnessmen, actors...) in good quantity would evidently have the best educational system. not just engineers, engineers and more engineers.

quality has a higher precedence than quantity. thats why i think we can immediately eliminate India.

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