“Global Education Excellence”: Ranking of the Best Countries by Education Level

The Data Pandas service, specializing in comprehensive collection and analysis of global data, has released a ranking of countries with the highest levels of education among their populations. This indicator is considered a key factor in the prosperity and development of a given nation. The educational systems of each country vary in teaching methods and resources dedicated to their maintenance and enhancement. To ensure the accuracy of such ranked lists, the United Nations has devised the Education Index, which includes the adult literacy rate and the combined gross enrollment ratio. Thus, an assessment is made based on the gathered data, with a maximum score of one.

For better visualization, each country has been illustrated with a notable representative. Let’s take a look at the top ten.

10th place. Australia – 0.896

By the way, actor Hugh Jackman is of Australian origin.

9th place. Slovenia – 0.898
One of Slovenia’s globally renowned figures is philosopher Slavoj Žižek (pictured), the founder of the Ljubljana School of Psychoanalysis.

8th place. United Kingdom – 0.901

7th place. Switzerland – 0.902

Switzerland is known for its high-quality watches, chocolate, education, and sports (pictured is footballer Nico Elvedi from the national team).

6th place. Finland – 0.907

Pamela Anderson and Matt Damon are Hollywood actors with Finnish roots.

5th place. Denmark – 0.909
Mads Mikkelsen is an actor of Danish descent.

4th place. Norway – 0.912
Michelle Williams is a Hollywood actress with Norwegian roots.

3rd place. New Zealand – 0.914

Peter Jackson, known for the franchises “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit,” and Taika Waititi, known for Marvel films and “What We Do in the Shadows,” are New Zealand directors.

2nd place. Germany – 0.917

1st place. Iceland – 0.938

Iceland is referred to as the muse for poets and writers, and its capital, Reykjavik, became the first non-English Literary City of UNESCO. The photos include scenes from the series “Vikings” (2013-2020).

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