6) Netherlands (Average IQ: 102)
Netherlands is famous for its top quality human capital. Education is compulsory for children aged between 5 years and 16 years. Universities offer three-year bachelor’s degree, followed by a one, or two year master’s degree.
5) Singapore (Average IQ: 103)
Singapore is a technologically advanced country and a major commercial hub. Primary education is compulsory in this global city-state. The curriculum is developed on the development of English, mother tongue, science and mathematics. Children in Singapore do very well in mathematics and science.
4) Taiwan (Average IQ: 104)
Taiwan’s hi-tech industry is playing a key role in the global economy. It scores highly in public education. Its education system has been successful in that students of Taiwan boast some of the highest test scores in the world, especially in science and mathematics.