From 6 to 15 years old. all students in Australia are required to attend school the government provides the education system with significant financial support higher education focuses on preparing individuals for personal growth in the application of knowledge for the benefit of society and economics vocational education and training or veterinary training, which is training given to prepare people for employment, is best provided in Australia, emphasis is on practical education and opportunities are offered to foreign students.
Finland now offers standardized tests for students other than the national matriculation exam. It has a liberal education system. Schooling can take place until the age of seven. optional lessons in Finland start at 9 or 9.45 a.m. instead of the rushed and sleepy early hour the learning environment is relaxed the government strongly supports the education system through the national agency for education depending on the uniqueness of each learner they use a variety of teaching methodologies.
Although they do not speak English, the Netherlands was the first country to create its program in English. Their curriculum is flexible, allowing students to pursue their passions after completing their basic education until age 16. Students have the option of continuing their studies on a part-time basis. emphasizes and values vocational and qualifying training only students who have reached the age of 16 in the Netherlands are required to pay tuition fees the Netherlands also offers financial aid scholarships for tuition fees.