Internationalization

Almost all the countries do have Universal Primary Education.

A similarity in the ideas at an international level has given rise to international student exchange programs. One such program is the European Socrates-Erasmus Program which enables student exchanges in various European universities.

The Soros Foundation creates a lot of opportunity for the students belonging to Central Asia as well as Eastern Europe. Other programs like the International Baccalaureate too have assisted in the internationalization of education. Many US based universities have taken the initiative to lead the global campus online which gives free access to study material, lecture records and other information.

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