Education is an important step for having a great future and if you are about to learn or live in a European country that is well educated, keep reading the list of the most educated countries in Europe in 2018. The rise of modern universities was seen in the 19th century. The “modernization” was seen in the secularization of universities and orienting more and more towards scientific approaches. Also, the other important thing about these universities was making them more accessible to ordinary people and even those of low or no income at all. That was also the time when national public universities were first opened.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most educated countries in Europe in 2018 from their list.
The first one is Poland. Around 1.66 million people have tertiary education, according to data from 2015 by Eurostat. Nowadays education in Poland is on a very good level, after education reforms that took place more than a decade ago, putting it among the top European educational systems. But a new educational reform seems to be on the way concerning elementary and secondary education – abolishing middle schools and integrating them into elementary schools which have come upon different opinions. The second country should be Belgium. Even though not being at the very top of most educated countries in Europe in 2018 according to the percentage of education with tertiary level education, Belgium is among the top concerning the quality of education and not only on academic levels. at last, but not least we are mentioning Denmark now. Studying in Denmark is not free, but it is high-quality, scoring 5.4 out of 7 on education quality rankings. And comparing to university education in the US, it pays off much more, both financially and qualitatively.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 most educated countries in Europe in 2018.