Canada Ranks Third In Education
Canada Stands third in Education
A Reputed Institute has conducted a study on best education destinations. The survey has been done in as many as 50 countries and more the answers of more than forty thousand respondents have been recorded.
The parameters they looked into were trust, quality of education, comfort, lifestyle, security and many others which are important for and Immigrant student to live happily in Canada.
According to research by Universitas 21 Canada has been ranked third in the field of Education with U.S. securing the first position.
Universitas21 is an international network of 23 leading research intensive universities in 15 countries. They conducted the research on the basis of ‘resources, output, connectivity and environment’.
Ross Williams, Professor, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economics and Social research at the University of Melbourne, concluded the above findings and said, “The third rank of Canada is a reflection of the level of investment into the system.” He feels it is an achievement for Canada to be ahead of Australia and U K in the field of education.
He also suggests that Canada would have got a higher ranking but probably it lagged a little behind due lack of diversity on student population.
U.S. Graduate Management Admissions Council has come with a report which fortifies Canada at the third position for management and business studies.
Also, the first and second positions are being occupied by U.S and U.K respectively.
Michelle Sparkman-Renz Director of Research and communication for the Reston, Virginia feels happy about the demand of Business Education in Canada. He takes it as a healthy market growth.
In the current year 57% international students have taken admission, which is good news for Canada.
U21 appreciates the effort of countries like Canada investing into the education sector.
All these years’ countries like Australia, U.K. were supposed to be the leaders in the field of education. The recent research has broken the myth and given good ranks not only to Canada but even countries like Finland and Denmark.
This is a true story of the fact that changing times demand changing attitude and priorities.
The only factor which pulled Canada at the third rank is the environment and this is something the nation can look into. In fact the Country will probably take measures to support the international students so that they do not lag behind in future, when the surveys are conducted by an authorized body.