Top 5 major economies with 'corrupt' education systems

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A recent report by Transparency International suggested that reductions in the amount of public money allocated to universities is fuelling corruption within higher education systems across the world.

The report contains excerpts from TI’s Global Corruption Barometer 2013, which asked over 114,000 people in 107 countries for their views on corruption. We looked at the data for countries in the G20 group of major economies, and in particular the percentage of people within those countries who believe their education system is “corrupt or very corrupt”. Here are the top 5…

Note: data for China and Saudi Arabia are not available

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