Accenting Higher Education for Young Minds

by Dinesh Gupta - Date: 2006-12-15 - Word Count: 236 Share This!

There are so many universities in the UK, USA, Scotland and Australia. Approximately 4.8 million students currently are pursuing higher education; about one third of the young generation opt for higher education and an increasing number of students are studying either full-time or part-time for achieving university degrees. Higher education is a priority in the current policy of the Government, with a target set to attract 50 percent of 18 to 30 year old to go for higher education.

There are different degree levels like undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral and they have different time period for successful completion. Undergraduate degree takes three years to complete; master's degree is earned in a single year and doctoral degree takes three years for completion.

According to The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES), a famous newspaper based in London, the Harvard University is the best university for higher studies. American institutions occupied seven of the top ten places, with Oxford the highest-ranked outside the United States. Students are highly benefited from a learning environment in these renowned institutes where academic studies and vocational experience come together and are constantly reviewed to keep pace with the competitive industry.

To study in Australia is slightly easy than the UK AND USA. Australia also has a well developed higher education system. Australian model attract tremendous International attention and are in course of progressive development in education and training system generating a considerable International interest.

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