Europe Falls Short in Higher Education

U.S. and British universities consistently win kudos, and that could spell trouble for the Continent's competitiveness

Europe is renowned for taking good care of its citizens. Universal health care, a generous safety net for the unemployed, and free education from preschool through graduate studies—all are widely available in the Old World, thanks to a long tradition of social protection.

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