Higher education includes colleges, universities, and technical institutes and so on. There are more than 80 state-run universities, and 64 private universities with highly qualified lecturers. The country is on the move towards achieving the necessary academic excellence. The students both local and foreign are well-trained and drilled on the rudiments of facing the global challenges squarely. About 21.7% of the entire populations are in the university, while more than 42% of the population has completed their higher education. There are plenty of available works, if you are studying technology-related courses, you can be working while schooling. Some jobs don’t require getting a work permit, once you are a student or a graduate of the institution, you can get work there.
There is no university listed in North Korea.