International Education Database

The purpose of the international education database is to measure and rank the impact of each nation’s education system on its economic and social environment.

The database will also serve as a public center to survey, evaluate, and document the progress of educational goals set as part of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal Initiative (2015 to 2030).

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Below, is the current rankings for 2020:

101. India

102. Laos

103. Uruguay

104. Tunisia

105. Eswatini

106. Ghana

107. Thailand

108. Moldova

109. Burma (Myanmar)

110. North Korea

111. Venezuela

112. El Salvador

113. Morocco

114. South Africa

115. Jamaica

116. Panama

117. Solomon Islands

118. Cape Verde

119. Sao Tome and Principe

120. Cambodia

121. Togo

122. Bangladesh

123. Papua New Guinea

124. Tuvalu

125. Sierra Leone

126. Guatemala

127. Jordan

128. Suriname

129. Lesotho

130. Benin

131. Yemen

132. Honduras

133. Rwanda

134. Bulgaria

135. Cote d’Ivoire

136. Pakistan

137. Djibouti

138. Sudan

139. Mauritania

140. Barbados

141. Cameroon

142. Eritrea

143. Burkina Faso

144. Cuba

145. Brazil

146. Afghanistan

147. Niger

148. Madagascar

149. Tanzania

150. Liberia

151. Burundi

152. Comoros

153. Marshall Islands

154. Senegal

155. Mali

156. Uganda

157. Bahamas

158. Gambia

159. Mozambique

160. Chad

161. Central African Republic

162. Guinea

163. Cyprus

164. United Arab Emirates

165. Aruba (Neth.)

166. Ukraine

167. Republic of Macedonia

168. Niue (NZ)

169. Turkmenistan

170. Trinidad and Tobago

171. Guyana

172. Puerto Rico (US)

173. Palau

174. Lebanon

175. Bosnia and Herzegovina

176. Malawi

177. Namibia

178. Vanuatu

179. Ethiopia

180. Paraguay

181. Palestine

182. Tonga

183. Bermuda (UK)

184. Republic of the Congo

185. Botswana

186. Equatorial Guinea

187. Libya

188. Iraq

189. Nicaragua

190. Federated States of Micronesia

191. Nigeria

192. Zimbabwe

193. Haiti

194. Gabon

195. Guinea-Bissau

196. Angola

197. Syria

198. Zambia

199. Kosovo

200. Democratic Republic of the Congo

201. Andorra

202. South Sudan

203. Somalia

NOT RANKED: England , Northern Ireland , Scotland , Wales , Monaco, Vatican City, Mayotte (France) , Reunion (France), Canary Islands (Spain) , Ceuta (Spain) , Madeira (Portugal) , Melilla (Spain) ,Saint Helena (United Kingdom), French Polynesia, Cayman Islands