One of the most important points for the development of society is education. Nowadays many countries try to develop the Education by there own rules, but this development process is intended for the System. This system varies from one country to the other. This essay demonstrates the educational system in Kurdistan and the United Kingdom, also marking aspects of differences and similarities between both of system.
Kurdistan, also known as the Kurdistan Region or Southern Kurdistan, is an autonomous region of northeastern Iraq (1). It’s still part of Iraq but they have many differences in Languages, clothes, culture and education system. So comparing the Kurdistan’s educational system with British educational showed some similarity and differences in some side.
Both English and Kurdish schools are similar in having state and private schools. Also, students in both countries have to take exams to enter University. Then, Britain and Kurdistan are similar in that their school start in September and finish in July. Although, in advance primary school finishes earlier than secondary and high school in Kurdistan
British children have to attend school from the age of 5 to 15. On the other hand, Kurdish children attend school from the age 6 to 18. The school time in Kurdistan and England are different in that student in Kurdistan school day start from Saturday to Thursday. Whereas, the English school start from Monday to Friday. Kurdish schools have two terms in year; in contrast the English school has a three terms a year. There are 2 time shift in Kurdish schools Morning start 08:00 to 11:40am, and evening start 12:30 to 04:15pm. However, in English schools there is one shift starts 09:00 to 03:30pm. There is no high school level in Britain; in contrast the Kurdish student goes to high school after passing in primary school.
Finally, there are many differences between British educational and Kurdish educational system in school times, school ages, school days and school levels. Then some similarities have private and state school in both countries, and take exams to enter University. So both systems are created to be coordinated with the culture of each country.