Are you satisfied with the education system in your country or in abroad.

@SHAMRACK (8384)
India
September 29, 2010 3:55am CST
I feel in India the country I live do provide better studies may be for those who could afford it, but still for further better universities and other facilities it is seen that people even now opt for abroad universities. Even scholarships are given in abroad studies, which could help lots of students for getting quality studies. Here I feel better studies do get to those who have enough cash to buy it.
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@harry89 (2332)
• India
29 Sep 10
yea, i think system is better in india
@SHAMRACK (8384)
• India
29 Sep 10
In some places it is better, still there is better options for those who study well India....
@mickdsm (19)
• Brazil
29 Sep 10
I'm from Brazil. Here the public schools have very poor education. The rule is: "money for a good future, but the poor will not have a good future. The universities do not have a good education as those from other countries. But Brazil is a big country, so we always have opportunities to work for those with higher education.
@SHAMRACK (8384)
• India
29 Sep 10
I hope if one study there he sure to get a job...
@youless (87160)
• Guangzhou, China
30 Sep 10
I am not satisfied with the current education system here because the study pressure is just so heavy. It is something wrong with our education because it kills the creation of the children. They have to learn to be obey the teachers and focus the study only. I don't like that at all. I appreciate to the western education system because it gives freedom for the children and try to let the study to be a joyful thing. I love China
@venkit (2957)
• India
30 Sep 10
i m not satisfied on the education system on my nation, and i am not familiarised on the education system of foreign countries also.
@Qaeyious (2362)
• United States
30 Sep 10
Nope. The US education system is totally failing. They may teach to pass tests, and maybe the majority pass, but the dropout rate is appalling; last I heard almost 40%. And those that do pass don't do well in college. So the big businesses give most of the jobs to foreign countries like India, and continue to diss the middle class of the US, taking as much money from us, and the money away from education, and transferring all their jobs overseas, and soon their customers will all be foreigners because they took all the money we had. So you not in the US will be next. The space program I bet will then be implemented, so they can steal the assets from alien worlds of all their capital as well. Isn't capitalism just, oh so grand?
• India
29 Sep 10
I think India's study is quit a bit good and Indian are too brainy.....I prefer abroad studies as see I live in bangalore the person who has degree of MBA from abroad people who need them approach them the guy they give him a good salary plus bungalow plus all the things he wants because they know that if they don't appoint them someone else will do...
• India
29 Sep 10
Yes i am partially satisfied with the way the education system has been adopted in India though actually i wish that it would develop more. Many students are going abroad to get a good education and i wish instead of going there they would continue to remain here only and so whatever they want to here only. I would definitely like to go abroad for further studies but i wish i didn't have to. Cheers!
• Philippines
29 Sep 10
im satisfied with the education in my country despite of luck of resources. but i want to study abroad to learn more and to have friends with defferent nationality. but i treasure the value of our filipino teacher.
@harry89 (2332)
• India
29 Sep 10
yea, i think system is better in india