Standardization in the different services that are offered in schools e.g. health services. This covers services from pre-schools, primary, secondary, high schools, and tertiary level. Standards are a vehicle for sharing knowledge, technology and good practices. The nature, role and importance of standards in technology, trade, sustainability and legal matters is in itself a subject that can be incorporated in the curricula of technical universities, business schools and other faculties – and this is increasingly recognized in education Programmes around the world. But, above all, students of universities, business schools and other institutions of higher learning, are the potential managers and professional experts of the future. Whether they become engineers, economists, lawyers, business managers or administrators within central or local government, they will be the ones to gain the most advantage from standards – and the ones to decide the future role and features of standardization. Students at all school levels can benefit from the understanding of basic concepts regarding standards and standardization, and increased familiarity with such concepts would, in the long term, contribute to standards development, dissemination and use. However, universities are the educational institutions that have the maximum potential for interaction with the standards world; because they are the ultimate bridge between younger generations and professions and, at the same time, they are key producers of knowledge – important and often indispensable for new standards.