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I wanted to do my undergrad degree abroad. Which country is better for STEM degree?
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I am in my 11th grade and wanted to go abroad for my undergrad.I have 2 choices in my mind, either to apply for American universities or Canadian universities. I wanted to choose a major related to science .

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6 months ago

How distant are you considering? I can recommend Australia to you as I have heard a lot of good things about their programs.

The Australian government is providing about $ 64 million in funding for STEM education. The priority is the development of mathematical, scientific, technical education and state support of relevant initiatives in the field of early and school education.

Overall, the Australian Government prioritizes high-quality education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for the country. In this connection, the National STEM School Education Strategy for 2016–2026 was approved. The focus is on basic skills, the development of mathematical, scientific, and digital literacy, and the development of critical analysis and creative thinking skills.

If you're interested, there are the National STEM Professionals in Schools Volunteer Program, which fosters partnerships between schools and organizations. It is a mentoring institution that enables school teachers and STEM practitioners to work together and deliver the most effective lessons.

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6 months ago

Nobody can give you a definitive one word answer on which country is better for a STEM degree. Both the countries have world class universities and It'd depend more on which university you admit to and how you spend your undergrad days rather than which country you go to.

Here is an article which might help you with admission in the US-

https://www.collegedekho.com/study-abroad/articles/best-usa-universities-for-stem-courses/

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