“Canada is the most educated country in the world.”
In Canada, 56.71% of the population completed tertiary education thus making it the most educated country in the world according to the World Population Review conducted by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) which looks at the number of adult residents between 25 and 64 who have received either a two-year or four-year degree or a vocational program.
Not only are Canadian secondary schools and post-secondary institutions consistently recognized in top international rankings and students studying in Canada have repeatedly score high on international tests, highly qualified educators as well as field-learning professors have also created a learning environment that nurtures creativity and intellectual development.
Canadian universities perform an estimated 38% of all R&D in Canada. Although home to just 0.5% of the world’s population, Canada produces 2.8% of global scientific research.
Having said that, Canadian universities are not all study and no fun with excellent facilities from wired libraries to Olympic-qualify sports facilities, to public concert halls and art galleries.