Education is the prime importance of every human life. Across the world, teachers who graduated in America, Britain, Australia, and other English-speaking countries are being imported to teach students from high-class societies and nowadays even middle-class families of developing countries. The students are taught to expand their perspective and think critically for problems comprising global issues. The international system of education involves internationalization which means “incorporating a global outlook into the education.” There are several complex types of education systems in the world. It has been changing as the powers changed over the years.

Traits Surrounding the International Education System

Most of the countries liberated from the British colonial government have adopted the British colonial education system which is a modernized system with constant involvement of technology along with curriculum learning. The modern education system believes to provide “affordable, compulsory and common education” to every individual around the globe. The system complies with the right of every child to have education up to 14 years of age. The child can further decide whether to have higher education or not.

The international education system focuses on increasing academic excellence by applying the initiative such as the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. The IB program is a universal, non-profit education initiative established to provide every student with the opportunity to receive a quality education. The education system purposes to develop students’ physical, intellectual, personal, emotional and communal skills.

Need for Adopting International Education 

What demands the nations exclude their traditional system opt this modernized way of learning? There are several qualities that the international system imbibe. These provisions and amenities pave the way for the system to get adopted by every other nation. The students get to come out of their traditional bubbles where they have nurtured all their life and experiment with real-life scenarios. It is believed that international education is a catalyst for revolutionizing change in the world. It broadens the academic experience by the introduction of different cultures, ethnic groups, religions and traditions, languages and the elevating society prevailing in various parts of the globe.

Education is the forefront for global development and with globalization, it is making it easier for the families to provide their kids opportunities where they can explore their genres and openly implement them as a career. With the increase in international schools in different countries, the international system has reached the core and is developing nations with its transforming strategies and plans. The learners have golden opportunity to interact with teachers from all four corners of the world ensuring actual global experience. The students have accelerated fluency in speaking, writing and reading foreign languages. It provides leadership opportunities and opportunities for personal growth and finding new interests by imbibing self-confidence and life experience.

Emerging Hurdles in Front of the International Education System

Quality of higher education has become a crucial agenda of the countries globally. Education has become a nationwide concern for developing countries with international aspects. To meet the expected context, the developing countries hustle and assure the quality of their higher education at a nationally equivalent and internationally satisfactory standard. These reasons force the international education system to strategize policies and develop new and engaging methods to be applied wherein the students have daily updates and hands-on practice of know-how in the world.

Increasing access to education with the help of international schools proved beneficial in the overall aspect of education. Yet, there are developing countries where children’s access is limited to learning due to numerous factors. Language barriers, reduced government funding, gender roles, child labour are all more or less equally contributing as an obstacle in the education system. Developing countries can’t rely exclusively on their finance for education which limits the proper functioning of the schools and organizations.

The limited funding puts a barrier on the organization’s environment as well. A child cannot learn without the right environment. Outdated books and torn pages are common among a group of students. Teachers need to equip themselves with the necessary materials to help the students prepare their lessons. Despite having the right to education, many students, especially disabled pupils are not allowed a normal learning environment. A combination of discrimination, lack of preparation and unapproachable schools are the reasons for the denial of their education. Other major factors can be gender, migration, the expense of education, the distance of the school from home, geographical barriers, hunger, and poor nutrition and many more.