According to new figures this summer from Eurostat, the European Commission’s statistics group, some regions within London boast concentrations of working-age graduates as high as 69.7%. By comparison, one of London’s closest European rivals is Oslo, Norway, which has about 54%. Paris has about 46%, and Finland—a country often regarded as an international paragon of higher education—has a concentration of 51% in its capital of Helsinki, an article posted on the World Economic Forum portal says. The capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague, ranks 6th on the list. Read details here.
17th September 2019
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