The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development creates an annual index of happiest countries in the world. Also called “Better Life Index”, which has been running for over ten years, and has made up 10 criteria considered to be essential for happy life.There are factors involved such as Income, Health and Education. Australia is in the first place. Read on to discover which countries make the top and what each has to offer as a study abroad destination.
Weather is good, the beaches are sandy, main thing is unemployment is low and minimum wage is almost double to that of the US.
Better life index life shows, Australia also offer best housing, the strongest civic engagement. Australia’s highest ranked university is the Australia National University, located in the capital city of Canberra and is currently ranked 27th in the world.
According to Statistics , Norway is not the cheapest place to live but it is definitely worth it, coming second in the world. Norway has low crime rate and therefore a low incarceration rate.
The University of Oslo, situated in the Norway’s capital is the country’s highest ranked, at 89th in the world. Harmony and facilitation for educational bodies is massively supported as well as funded by govt.
Sweden may be happy not only because education is free there, but also because the air is clear and political system is progressive. Sweden is home to just 9.5 million people, meaning there is plenty of open space for everyone to enjoy.
The highest ranked university is LUND UNIVERSITY, at 67th in the world.