Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónFacultad de Ingeniería Mecánica y EléctricaBritish CultureEducationTeam:Jose Rogelio Per...
Education in UnitedKingdom
What’s Education?In the UK there are four parallel education systems. While thesubjects and degrees offered in England, Wa...
School education is compulsory from the age of five (in NorthernIreland from four) and until he was sixteen. However, to a...
What are the bodies which regulate education system?Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each ofthe c...
Differences between the content of the programs in basiceducation in these countries?England, Wales, North Ireland Scotlan...
Differences between Universities, Colleges, PolytechnicsUniversities Colleges Polytechnics These institutions havegreat a...
University of CambridgeImperial College LondonBirmingham City University
PostgraduatesInvolves learning and studying for degrees, professional or academiccertificates, or other qualifications for...
CuriositiesThe size of classes in state primary schools averages 26students, whereas private schools ranges between 15 and...
Education in Mexico
What’s Education?Formal education in Mexico is based on the Mexican educationalsystem whose levels are: Early Childhood Ed...
How scholar education could be completed??In Mexico there are different levels of education:primary, secondary, higher and...
What are the bodies which regulate education system?The Mexican Secretariat of PublicEducation is a federal governmentauth...
Differences between Universities, Colleges.A technical college or polytechnic college is a type as such has tooffer a wide...
PostgraduatesThe graduate college are post graduate degree and masters degreecovers (also called Master or Masters) and Ph...
Education in United Statesof America
What’s Education?Education in the United States is provided mainly by the publicsector, with control and funding from the ...
How scholar education couldbe completed??
Elementary schoolPreschool 4–5Kindergarten 5–61st Grade 6–72nd Grade 7–83rd Grade 8–94th Grade 9–105th Grade 10–11Middle S...
What are the bodies which regulate education system?There is in America a national system of education. The federalgovernm...
United States Department of EducationThe primary functions of the Department of Educationare to "establish policy for, adm...
Differences between Universities, Colleges.The difference between a college and a university is that a collegejust offers ...
Postgraduates Graduate Students (Graduate)Being a graduate student (graduate students) in the U.S. is a totallydifferent ...
Postgraduates Graduate seminars (Graduate Seminars)A typical graduate curriculum (graduate) includes not only regularclas...
Curiosities Universities are usually larger and often contain multiple "colleges"within them. However, some of the top-ra...
What’s ARWU?Is a publication that was founded andcompiled by the Shanghai JiaotongUniversity to rank universities globally...
What’s a sorority? (And a fraternity)Fraternities and sororities are fraternal social organizations forundergraduate stude...
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  1. 1. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónFacultad de Ingeniería Mecánica y EléctricaBritish CultureEducationTeam:Jose Rogelio Perales NúñezAdrian Omar Lozano Guerra
  2. 2. Education in UnitedKingdom
  3. 3. What’s Education?In the UK there are four parallel education systems. While thesubjects and degrees offered in England, Wales and NorthernIreland are essentially similar, the Scottish have importantdifferences.
  4. 4. School education is compulsory from the age of five (in NorthernIreland from four) and until he was sixteen. However, to access highereducation, are generally expected to remain in high school until he waseighteen. The stages are typically: Preschool Ages 2-5 (pre-school) Age 5-11 Primary education (primary education) Age 11-16/18 secondary education (secondary education).In some cases there is an intermediate stage (middle school)between primary and secondary.
  5. 5. What are the bodies which regulate education system?Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each ofthe countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems underseparate governments:The UK Government is responsible for England, the ScottishGovernment, the Welsh Government and the Northern IrelandExecutive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and NorthernIreland, respectively.Country InstitutionEngland Department for Education andSkillsScotlad Scottish Executive EducationDepartmentWales Learning WalesNorthern Ireland Department for EducationNorthern Ireland
  6. 6. Differences between the content of the programs in basiceducation in these countries?England, Wales, North Ireland Scotland• The system has emphasized depth ofeducation• English, Welsh and Northern Irish studentstend to sit a small number of more advancedexaminations.• In Primary the students stay in them from 5to 11 years old.• The Scottish system has emphasizedbreadth.• Scottish students tend to sit a larger numberof less advanced examinations.• The Scotland students stay until 12 years old.Students enter secondary school at age 11 and is compulsoryfor five years. In the year 10, they begin to prepare for thepresentation of a series of exams - General Certificate ofSecondary Education (GCSE). Students normally are evaluatedin nine or ten subjects.
  7. 7. Differences between Universities, Colleges, PolytechnicsUniversities Colleges Polytechnics These institutions havegreat autonomy in spite ofwhich they are publicfunded. They are supported by theUniversity GrantsCommittee. They consist of naturecenters and extensiveoptions.They are not universitiesand have several names. These are centers of higheducation that usuallyspecialize in appliedscience. For commercial andindustrial sectors.Offer some humanisticdisciplines. Were created to extendhigher education to respondeconomically to the socialand economics needs.
  8. 8. University of CambridgeImperial College LondonBirmingham City University
  9. 9. PostgraduatesInvolves learning and studying for degrees, professional or academiccertificates, or other qualifications for which a first or Bachelorsdegree generally is required, and it is normally considered to be partof higher education.Admission to undertake a research degree in the UK typicallyrequires a good bachelors degree.Funding for postgraduate study in the UK is awarded competitively,and usually is disseminated by institution rather than directly toindividuals.
  10. 10. CuriositiesThe size of classes in state primary schools averages 26students, whereas private schools ranges between 15 and 20.About 94% of pupils in England, and the rest of the UK, receivefree education from public funds, 6% from independent fee payingschools.School holidays are: Christmas-2 weeks, Spring - 2 weeks,Summer - 6 weeks.There are also one week holidays:end of October, mid February,end of May.
  11. 11. Education in Mexico
  12. 12. What’s Education?Formal education in Mexico is based on the Mexican educationalsystem whose levels are: Early Childhood Education, PrimaryEducation, Secondary Education-Higher and Higher Education.The Mexican educational system as in any other country is the setof rules, institutions, and technological resources designed toprovide educational services to the Mexican population is not astatic but constantly changing.
  13. 13. How scholar education could be completed??In Mexico there are different levels of education:primary, secondary, higher and higher, which include studies in:Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Bachelor, Bachelor, Master, PhD, aswell as diplomas and other forms of higher education. Basiceducation (consisting of primary, secondary and high school) ismandatory and provided by the government (federal, state, FederalDistrict and municipalities) across the Mexican territory, under theterms of Article III of the Constitution of the United States Mexicanos.Autonomous schools but equally there are individuals who offer theseeducational levels.
  14. 14. What are the bodies which regulate education system?The Mexican Secretariat of PublicEducation is a federal governmentauthority with Cabinet representationand responsibility for overseeing thedevelopment and implementation ofnational educational policy and schoolstandards in Mexico.Responsibilities: Creation and maintenance of state public schools in the Mexican FederalDistrict.Ensuring all requirements related to preschool, primary, secondary, technicaland normal education as established by the Constitution. To organize, administer and enrich the general or specialized libraries thatare sustained by the Secretariat or that form part of its dependencies.
  15. 15. Differences between Universities, Colleges.A technical college or polytechnic college is a type as such has tooffer a wide variety of subjects and specialties but with a focus ontechnical matters.Basic training includes subjects such as mathematics, physics orchemistry, supplemented with more specific such as biology,mineralogy, and engineering with all specialties (computer, electrical,mechanical).The difference between traditional universitiesand technical colleges are missing, and the firstoffer a wide range of technical studies.
  16. 16. PostgraduatesThe graduate college are post graduate degree and masters degreecovers (also called Master or Masters) and PhD. In addition to thestudies themselves, can include postdoctoral research and / oruniversity post in this academic field.It is an educational level that is part of the higher rate or second andthird cycle. Its background mandatory undergraduate titration.With graduate programs is narrowing the field of study but will bemajoring in a field that refers to being more competitive.
  17. 17. Education in United Statesof America
  18. 18. What’s Education?Education in the United States is provided mainly by the publicsector, with control and funding from the three levels ofgovernment, federal, state and local. Child education iscompulsory.
  19. 19. How scholar education couldbe completed??
  20. 20. Elementary schoolPreschool 4–5Kindergarten 5–61st Grade 6–72nd Grade 7–83rd Grade 8–94th Grade 9–105th Grade 10–11Middle School6th Grade 11–127th Grade 12–138th Grade 13–14Escuela Superior9th Grade(Freshman) 14–15-1610th Grade (Sophomore) 15–1611th Grade (Junior) 16–1712th Grade (Senior) 17–18Educacion Post-SecundariaTertiary Education (College or UniversityThe age varies, but often 18 to 22(Freshman, Sophomore, Junior y Senior)Vocational education Age variesGraduate education Age variesAdult education Age varies
  21. 21. What are the bodies which regulate education system?There is in America a national system of education. The federalgovernment runs schools. Each of the 50 states has its ownDepartment of Education, which sets the rules for the schools of thatstate.Most of the control lies with American schools in each school district.The School Board of Directors, a small committee of people electedby the community, sets general policies for each school in the districtconcerned. Students who attend public schools do not pay tariffsfrom 1st to 12th grade.
  22. 22. United States Department of EducationThe primary functions of the Department of Educationare to "establish policy for, administer and coordinatemost federal assistance to education, collect data on USschools, and to enforce federal educational laws regarding privacyand civil rights.“ The Department of Education does not establishschools or colleges.
  23. 23. Differences between Universities, Colleges.The difference between a college and a university is that a collegejust offers a collection of degrees in one specific area while auniversity is a collection of colleges. When you go to a university youare going to be graduating from one of their colleges, such as thebusiness college. As to which is better, it depends on what you want.Single colleges tend to be smaller while universities are bigger, butuniversities are better known.
  24. 24. Postgraduates Graduate Students (Graduate)Being a graduate student (graduate students) in the U.S. is a totallydifferent experience to be a graduate student. The demands of workand study are significantly higher. Interpersonal relationships withother students and teachers, particularly with the mentor (facultyadviser) will be narrower.
  25. 25. Postgraduates Graduate seminars (Graduate Seminars)A typical graduate curriculum (graduate) includes not only regularclasses, but also seminars in which a small number of studentsmeets with a teacher for two or three hours once a week to discusscertain topics in greater depth. Students are expected to take anactive role in these seminars.
  26. 26. Curiosities Universities are usually larger and often contain multiple "colleges"within them. However, some of the top-ranked schools in the UShave a name including "college" . In other parts of the English-speaking world, the term "university" equates to the US use of"college" and the term "college" refers more to a trade or vocationalschool. Almost all of the American population studied only up to highschool and from there enters the labor market. The costs of a university is too expensive in comparation toanother countries.
  27. 27. What’s ARWU?Is a publication that was founded andcompiled by the Shanghai JiaotongUniversity to rank universities globally.ARWU is the first global ranking ofuniversities to be published.The ranking compares 1200 higher education institutions worldwideaccording to a formula that took into Nobel Prizes, articles published,etc.
  28. 28. What’s a sorority? (And a fraternity)Fraternities and sororities are fraternal social organizations forundergraduate students. The term refers mainly to suchorganizations at colleges and universities.The term fraternity refers to an all-male group, while the term"sorority" refers to an all-female group.

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