Officially known as the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”, the UK is one of the most beautiful sovereign states of Europe. People in the UK are called British although they have different nationalities. Despite the differences, it is home to some of the most reputed and reliable universities of the world.
The land of kiwis, New Zealand, is spectacularly beautiful with its lush green farmlands, barren and active volcanic desert areas, beaches with crystal clear blue water, glorious snow-capped mountains, and unique wildlife. Movies like The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have been filmed in various locations in New Zealand.
The United States of America, which was once known as a global super power has now become quite popular for its ethnical and cultural diversity. With a wide range of geography and climate, it is the home of a variety of wildlife. Having the world’s largest national economy makes it a really lucrative destination for people all over the world to work and study in.
Canada, a part of North America, is a country that exudes beauty when it comes to its natural resources and multicultural environment. Its capital is Ottawa. An avid supporter of the arts, Canada holds various festivals throughout the year to celebrate music, dance, and sports. It also ranks high when it comes to quality of life, government transparency, economic freedom and education.
The world’s smallest continent and largest island, Australia, is often referred to as the Island Continent. Surrounded by Indian and Pacific oceans, its climate is majorly influenced by ocean currents.
Singapore [Officially known as the Republic of Singapore] might be the smallest country in South-East Asia, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the most economically advanced countries. Having one of the busiest ports in the world, called Port of Singapore, has immensely globalized and diversified its economy which is also known to be one of the freest and most competitive. Acute poverty is rare in Singapore; in fact it has a decent percentage of the World’s millionaires.