GERMANY

The responsibility for the education system in Germany lies primarily with the states (Länder), while the federal government plays a minor role. Optional Kindergarten (nursery school) education is provided for all children between one and six years old, after which school attendance is compulsory. The system varies throughout Germany because each state (Land) decides its own educational policies. Many of Germany's hundred or so institutions of higher learning charge little or no tuition by international comparison. Students usually must prove through examinations that they are qualified.


AUSTRALIA

There are several prominent universities located in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. There are 43 universities in Australia: 40 public universities, two international universities, one private university.There are non-self-accrediting higher education providers accredited by State and Territory authorities, numbering more than 150 as listed on State and Territory registers. These include several that are registered in more than one State and Territory.All students doing nationally recognised training need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). On 2017 International students studying in Australia reach record number a grand total of 583,243. an increase of more than 10% on the previous year

IRELAND

Republic of Ireland includes all education after second-level, encompassing higher education in universities and colleges and further education on Post Leaving Certificate (PLC) and other courses. The degree-awarding authorities approved by the Government of Ireland, which can grant awards at all academic levels, are University of Dublin, National University of Ireland (Cork, Dublin, Galway and Maynooth), Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin City University, Dublin Institute of Technology, Higher Education and Training Awards Council, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth (Pontifical University),[1] and University of Limerick.


CANADA

Initially viewed as a backyard for the United States, Canada has travelled a long way to become the tenth-largest economy of the world. This is attributed mostly to immigrants who have come to this country and settled there. This has led to it becoming one of the most multicultural nations of the world.It has now become one of the most educated countries in the world. The economic development has also resulted in the federal government investing more in education. It is now home to some top universities.

NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand, a country of unique landscape and culture, is one of the safest, most developed and free countries in the world. In addition, New Zealand can boast of a high standard of education with its universities featuring in the world’s best lists. Tuned to attract the best and the brightest, the country features 8 universities, 18 institutes, 27 language schools and more than 20 industrial training academies. Its varsities offer study options in Business studies, Hospitality, Health, IT, Engineering, Arts, Applied Sciences, Law and Humanities, and Social Sciences.