What Mandatory School Uniforms Look Like In 10 Different Countries

Blog By Helma  |  26-05-18

It Is Indeed School Uniforms Made Us Look Like More Discipline, Equal and united

Japan

Japan

Seifuku or the Japanese school girls uniforms is very famous across the world thanks to the anime cartoons and manga comic books.


Great Britain

Great Britain

The dress code for school students in England is quite strict. The very first uniform was blue. This colour was believed to teach kids how to be organized and calm. Now every school has its own school uniform and symbols. The dresses are also made gender neutral.


Australia

Australia

Since Australia borrowed a lot many things from Britain, their school dress also looks a lot identical to the school uniform of British students. Many schools also require students to wear hats due to the very hot climate.


Cuba

Cuba

There are a few variations of uniforms in Cuba: They have white shirts and red sundresses or pants with a necessary element a, tie, which the Soviet students are very familiar with!


Indonesia

Indonesia

In Indonesia, dress codes differ for the level of school. While the top is always white, the colour of the bottom can be grey, blue or red.


China

China

They have a few dress codes, for holidays and ordinary days and for winter and summer. Everyday uniforms for girls and boys are almost identical and they look a lot like sportswear.


Ghana

Ghana

Since Ghana has a very high poverty index, school uniforms are distributed for free. It is because buying a uniform is one of the obstacles that doesn’t allow many kids to get an education.


South Korea

South Korea

In South Korea, the school hours are from morning until the evening. Dress code is required and regulated by schools themselves and the uniforms are so well styled that they are quite popular even outside schools and among celebrities.


North Korea

North Korea

School uniforms are mandatory in North Korea. While girls wear dresses, boys wear shirts and pants. However, a red scarf is compulsory which a symbol of support for the North Korean political party.


India

India

Most of the Indian schools have mandatory uniforms. While the boys have to wear a buttoned shirt with trousers, girls wear both a knee-long tunic and pants with shoes.








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