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According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Mauritius is a small island nation located in the Indian Ocean, off the southeast coast of Africa. The country has an area of approximately 1,864 square miles and is home to just over one million people. The terrain is mostly flat with some hills and mountains in the interior regions. The highest peak is Piton de la Petite Riviere Noire, which stands at 828 meters (2,717 feet). The climate is tropical with hot and humid summers and mild winters. The educational system in Mauritius consists of both public and private schools. Public primary education is free for all children aged 6-15 years old. Secondary education consists of four years of schooling from ages 15-19, after which students may pursue tertiary education at either a university or technical college. Higher education institutions include the University of Mauritius, Mahatma Gandhi Institute, and University College Mauritius. Students may also pursue vocational training programs at the Technical Training Center (TTC) or other private institutions. There are also several international schools that offer a variety of curriculum options for expatriates living in Mauritius. See top-engineering-schools for Mauritius Population and Geography.

Mauritius Modern History

Mauritius is a country located in Eastern Africa. With the capital city of Port Louis, Mauritius has a population of 1,271,779 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. By the independence of the British in 1968, Mauritius already had a functioning multi-party system dominated by a couple of strong personalities that would affect the country… Read More »

Major Cities in Mauritius

Port Louis (Mauritius) According to ALLPUBLICLIBRARIES, Port Louis is the capital of Mauritius and its main port. The city was founded in 1735 by the French on the northeast coast of the island of Mauritius. On one side of the city lies a picturesque bay, and on the other, mountains rise. There are 4 forts… Read More »

Mauritius Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 3 – malaria 2 – Typhoid & Polio Yes – cholera no yellow fever 1 Overview Public medical care is good, but in individual cases in the periphery it can occasionally be problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. There are also several private clinics.… Read More »