Myanmar’s education has been available since the time of the ancient Burmese rulers, who had the opportunity to attend and study in monasteries located in each community and region. From 1866, the British government established and opened an education department in the lower part of Burma, and began to change from a monastic education model to a classroom education model. In 1884, Rangoon College was opened, India, It was designated as an affiliated college of Calcutta University. In 1920, Yangon University was upgraded and opened.