Universities of Asia Countries

Universities of Asia Countries :

Afghanistan                          KR
BKyrgyzstanSaudi Arabia
BangladeshLaosSouth Korea
BhutanLebanonSri Lanka
Myanmar (formerly Burma)Thailand
INorth KoreaU
IndiaOUnited Arab Emirates
IndonesiaOman Uzbekistan
IranP V
IraqPakistan                                  Vietnam
Israel Palestine Y
Japan                               Q

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Universities of Asia Countries

Universities of Asia Countries Education

There is a difference between the education and enrollment of educational institutions in every country in Asia. Such as scientific and cultural and have been protected by UN education. Is the international measure for education. For example, the measurement of education is used by the measurement department of UNESCO and the AdSat database is adopted by the World Bank. The UN uses a development index for each nation, which is the education index component.

Participate in education
GER is a component of the education index. The GER records the percentage of people in the official age group registered at a specified level. Students can study outside the official age limit. The 5 regions of Asia are East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, West Asia, and Central Asia.

Challenges and opportunities
Asian countries are lagging behind in their economies so their education rates are also in country-based progress and low pace. Some countries in Asia have very good education rates.
Supply vs. Demand
There are many countries in the Asian region that are unable to meet their continuing needs. However, some countries have the capacity to meet the demand and the rate of education has increased as expected.
The quality of education on the scale
There is also concern about the difference in the quality of education on the scale, trying to increase enrollment.


Countries in the Asian region have lower GER than in the US and European countries but have improved considerably in recent years. The primary education rate in China, India, and Indonesia is about 100%. Achieving pre-primary, secondary education has increased as expected in every country.