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Education > Ratio of female to male enrollments in tertiary education: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Ratio of female to male tertiary enrollment is the percentage of men to women enrolled at tertiary level in public and private schools.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Qatar 336.71 2005
2 United Arab Emirates 324.06 2003
3 Cayman Islands 301.41 2001
4 Saint Lucia 279.81 2005
5 Barbados 247.09 2001
6 Belize 242.62 2004
7 Maldives 236.98 2004
8 Jamaica 228.77 2003
9 Bahrain 223.09 2005
10 Kuwait 218.76 2005
11 Palau 215.03 2002
12 Guyana 212.62 2005
13 Uruguay 204.08 2003
14 Brunei 201.86 2005
15 Iceland 184.71 2004
16 Bermuda 179.55 2005
17 Burma 176.29 2001
18 Cuba 171.75 2005
19 Latvia 171.64 2004
20 Estonia 167.75 2004
21 Tonga 167.26 2004
22 Dominican Republic 163.85 2004
23 Panama 163 2005
24 Suriname 162.15 2002
25 Mongolia 161.95 2005
26 Albania 156.73 2004
27 Lithuania 155.56 2004
28 Sweden 154.94 2004
29 Norway 153.61 2004
OPEC countries average (profile) 153.03 1999
30 Argentina 150.89 2003
31 Aruba 149.26 2005
32 Netherlands Antilles 148.84 2002
33 East Timor 147.64 2002
34 Moldova 147.6 2005
35 New Zealand 147.33 2004
36 Saudi Arabia 146.73 2005
37 Honduras 146.22 2004
38 Kazakhstan 142.1 2005
39 Denmark 141.61 2004
40 Poland 140.94 2004
41 Malaysia 140.61 2003
42 Hungary 139.82 2004
43 United States 139.19 2004
44 Slovenia 138.46 2004
45 Paraguay 137.43 2003
46 United Kingdom 137.34 2004
47 Algeria 137.27 2005
48 Belarus 137.17 2005
49 Canada 136.1 2002
50 Tunisia 136.07 2004
51 Russia 136.04 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 134.02 2004
52 Italy 133.69 2004
53 Malta 133.52 2004
54 Israel 133.1 2004
55 Portugal 132.22 2004
56 Brazil 132.17 2003
European Union average (profile) 130.86 2004
57 Marshall Islands 129.61 2003
58 Ireland 128.42 2004
59 France 128.29 2004
Eurozone average (profile) 128.21 2004
60 Philippines 127.55 2004
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 126.95 2003
61 Trinidad and Tobago 126.93 2005
62 Lesotho 126.63 2005
63 Romania 126.48 2004
High income OECD countries average (profile) 126.44 2004
64 Mauritius 126.4 2005
Europe average (profile) 125.71 2004
65 Costa Rica 125.44 2004
66 Kyrgyzstan 125.35 2005
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 123.89 2002
67 El Salvador 123.25 2005
68 Australia 123.09 2004
69 Slovakia 122.51 2004
70 Spain 122.38 2004
71 Oman 122.22 2005
72 Armenia 122.09 2005
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 121.87 2004
73 Belgium 121.21 2004
74 Ukraine 120.43 2005
75 Serbia and Montenegro 120.41 2001
76 Finland 119.92 2004
77 South Africa 119.79 2004
78 Fiji 119.72 2004
79 Croatia 118.62 2003
80 Austria 118.54 2004
81 Luxembourg 117.59 2004
82 Greece 117.29 2004
83 Bulgaria 116.28 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) 115.51 2004
84 Namibia 115.1 2003
85 Lebanon 114.64 2005
86 Thailand 111.48 2005
87 Nicaragua 111.37 2003
88 Jordan 110.31 2004
89 Czech Republic 109.76 2004
90 Libya 109.48 2003
91 Iran 108.77 2005
92 Colombia 108.75 2005
93 Netherlands 108.07 2004
94 Venezuela 107.54 2003
95 Swaziland 106.15 2005
96 Andorra 106.07 2005
Non-religious countries average (profile) 104.03 2004
97 Cape Verde 103.84 2005
98 Georgia 103.5 2005
99 Peru 102.55 2004
100 Botswana 98.24 2005
101 Mexico 98.2 2004
102 Cyprus 98.02 2004
103 Hong Kong 95.15 2005
104 Chile 95.05 2004
105 Samoa 93.19 2001
106 Sudan 92.05 2000
107 Azerbaijan 90.48 2005
108 Madagascar 88.94 2005
109 Japan 88.72 2004
110 Pakistan 87.83 2005
111 China 84.64 2004
112 Morocco 84.54 2005
113 Uzbekistan 79.69 2004
114 Switzerland 79.67 2004
115 Indonesia 79.4 2004
116 Comoros 77.04 2004
117 Liberia 75.96 2000
118 Macau 72.96 2005
119 Djibouti 72.67 2005
120 Turkey 72.58 2004
121 Guatemala 72.25 2003
122 Laos 71.93 2005
123 Singapore 71.27 1991
124 Vietnam 70.79 2005
125 India 66.28 2004
126 Cameroon 65.55 2005
127 Angola 65.5 2003
128 Syria 64.45 1991
129 Zimbabwe 63.13 2003
130 Uganda 62.47 2004
131 South Korea 62.43 2005
132 Rwanda 61.76 2005
133 Kenya 60.07 2004
134 Iraq 58.88 2005
135 Vanuatu 58 2004
South Asia average (profile) 55.55 2004
136 Ghana 55.52 2005
137 Papua New Guinea 55.47 1999
138 Bolivia 54.86 1998
139 Sri Lanka 54.7 1991
140 Egypt 54.66 1991
141 Nigeria 54.59 2004
142 Malawi 54.36 2004
143 Gabon 53.82 1999
144 Bangladesh 53.11 2005
145 Tanzania 48.01 2005
146 Mali 47.01 2005
147 Cambodia 46.48 2005
148 Zambia 46.28 2000
149 Mozambique 45.8 2004
150 Burkina Faso 45.23 2005
151 Niger 44.77 2005
152 Equatorial Guinea 43.09 2000
153 Nepal 40.25 2004
154 Sierra Leone 40.09 2002
155 Burundi 37.55 2005
156 Yemen 37.53 2005
157 Liechtenstein 37.42 2004
158 Cote d'Ivoire 36.11 1999
159 Tajikistan 35.19 2005
160 Mauritania 32.54 2005
161 Ethiopia 32.16 2005
162 Afghanistan 27.59 2004
163 Benin 25.21 2001
164 Guinea 24.39 2005
165 The Gambia 23.46 2004
166 Togo 20.17 2001
167 Central African Republic 18.69 2000
168 Congo, Republic of the 18.64 2003
169 Guinea-Bissau 18.29 2001
170 Eritrea 14.91 2004
171 Chad 14.14 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Ratio of female to male enrollments in tertiary education. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Ratio-of-female-to-male-enrollments-in-tertiary-education

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