Education is the responsibility of the Government and it is committed to providing a sound education to all. This writing is about the differences in education system in Malaysia country and USA country. Below are the point that make the differences among them. Primary and secondary education In Malaysia, primary education (a period of 6 years) and secondary education (5 years which encompasses 3 years of lower secondary and 2 year of upper secondary) make up 11 years of free education. The admission age to the first of primary education is seven.
Primary schooling is mandatory dor all children between the ages of 7 and 12. Students sit for common public examinations at the end of primary, lower secondary and upper secondary levels. While in United States of America (USA), US children enter the schooling system at the age five. The first year at school is called kindergarten. It is required of all American children enrolled in the America education system. The second year at scholl is considered the first year of primary school and is referred to as first grade.
Upon completion of fifth grade (the last year of primary school at age 10-11), American children then advance to secondary school. Secondary school most commonly consists of a total of seven years, referred to as sixth through twelfth grades. The ninth, through twelfth grades, are most commonly referred to as high school. Upon completion of twelfth grade (aged 17-18), American students are awarded a certificate called the high school diploma. In the American education system, students must obtain a high school diploma before they are admitted into college or university.
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Post-secondary Education (Malaysia) Malaysia, Primary education (a period of 6 years) and secondary education (5 years which encompasses 3 years of lower secondary and 2 years of upper secondary) make up 11 years of free education. The admission age to the first year of primary education is seven. Primary schooling is mandatory for all children between the ages of 7 and 12. Students sit for common public examinations at the end of primary, lower secondary and upper secondary levels. Undergraduate school (USA)
Students who have completed high school and would like to attend college or university must attend what is referred to as an undergraduate school. These are schools that offer either a two-year degree (called an associate degree) or a four-year degree (called a bachelor degree) in a specific area of study. That area of study is called the major. All students who are studying for a four year degree are required to select (or declare) a major by their second year at school. Students who complete an associate degree can continue their education at a four-year school and eventually complete a bachelor degree.
tertiary education (Malaysia) At tertiary education level, institutions of higher learning offer courses leading to the awards of certificate, diploma, first degree and higher degree qualifications (at academic and professional fields).
The duration of study for a basic bachelor degree programme is 3 years and the courses of study at this level are provided by both the public and private education sectors, attracting many international students. Tertiary education providers consist of two major groups :
As part of the every child matters agenda and the Childcare Act 2006 every child aged 3 & 4 is entitled to receive part time early years education of up to 12.5 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year to ensure that they receive up to 2 years free education before reaching school age. The characteristics of schools & school governance. All schools are seeking to enforce expectations in ...
Public (government-funded) institutions of higher learning, for example, public universities, polytechnics, community colleges and teacher training institutes. Private (private-funded) higher educational institutions (PHEIs), for example, private universities, private university colleges, foreign branch campus universities and private colleges Government-funded educational Institutions The Government provides more than 95% of primary and secondary education as well as about 60% of the tertiary education, with the private sector providing the balance.
Private-funded Educational Institutions The private education providers in Malaysia can be broadly grouped into 2 categories, depending on the levels of education offered, ranging from pre-school to tertiary education. These two categories of private institutions are : Private Educational Institutions (PEIs) which provide education at preschool, primary and secondary levels. They comprise private schools and foreign system schools. Private Higher Educational Institutions (PHEIs) which provide tertiary education leading to the awarding of certificate, diploma and degree qualifications.
Graduate school (USA) Students who have obtained a bachelors degree can continue their education by pursuing one of two types of degrees. The first is a master’s degree. This is usually a two-year degree that is highly specialized in a specific field. As you can see the differences between the two systems are evident. Although not complex the differences must be noted for those students who do wish to go and study in the US or vice versa.