“Learning in India? And nothing better could invent? “Something like ignorant people respond to the desire to study in a third world country. Meanwhile, Asian countries are experiencing a real boom of “pilgrims” on education. Every year thousands of students from the U.S., Canada, Western and Eastern Europe are going to learn … to the east. And rightly so!
If you think that the majority of international students of Asian universities – also Asians, only came from other states, you are mistaken. It is learning a lot of Europeans and Americans. Why? It’s all about the price of education: in “expensive” in Japan for a semester average cost of $ 25,000 (in prestigious universities in Europe similar prices), in India for a year of study you will pay about $ 15,000. Add to that low prices for housing, food, entertainment … In general, the solid economy – what could be more attractive to cost-conscious Europeans?
Today in Eastern Education delineated six leading countries: China, Japan, Singapore, India, Thailand and the Philippines.
In China and Japan, the quality of education a little higher, but there is a significant downside – is taught, usually in local languages (Chinese and Japanese), who quickly learn not everyone’s strength. In other countries, education is in English, but the differences lie in the very system of education. Philippines and Singapore have preferred the American scheme, India and Thailand, both former British colonies, follow the English tradition.
Reasonable prices Quality
What India can attract students? Besides obvious cheapness of educational services, it is clear orientation towards European standards. Here, as in Europe, you can get a higher education in college (they are in the country about 15 000) and universities (about 300). In the universities of India adopted the traditional three-tier system – bachelor, master and doctorate. Even the curriculum drawn up very well, like the programs of European universities. So, for relatively little money you can get a quality education, and subsequently find a prestigious and well-paid job.
Specialties in many Indian universities, if desired, even the rare find. But most quality teaching pharmacology here (in the country developed the production of medicines), jewelry (India is rich in minerals), and management.
Should also be said about the engineering and technology professions: in India today are concentrated many large companies, large-scale projects in the field of information technology, so engineers, computer scientists, programmers demand is incredible. Universities are working, as they say, under the order. Techies are cooked very high quality – the graduates of technical specialties almost wholesale repurchased largest U.S. companies.