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Education > Secondary education, pupils: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Secondary education, pupils. Enrolment in total secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public and private secondary education institutions.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 India 113.73 million 2011
2 China 97.45 million 2011
3 European Union 41.54 million 2011
South Asia average (profile) 27.5 million 2011
4 United States 24.21 million 2011
5 Indonesia 20.78 million 2011
Emerging markets average (profile) 13.72 million 2010
South and Central Asia average (profile) 13.7 million 2011
6 Mexico 11.84 million 2011
7 Bangladesh 11.54 million 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 11.47 million 2011
8 Pakistan 10.37 million 2012
9 Russia 9.61 million 2009
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 9.09 million 2011
10 Nigeria 9.06 million 2010
11 Turkey 7.97 million 2011
12 Germany 7.53 million 2011
13 Japan 7.28 million 2011
Religious countries average (profile) 7.24 million 2009
14 Iran 7.12 million 2012
15 Brazil 6.97 million 1998
16 Egypt 6.85 million 2010
17 Vietnam 6.83 million 1998
18 Philippines 6.77 million 2009
19 France 5.89 million 2011
20 United Kingdom 5 million 2011
21 Colombia 4.9 million 2012
22 Ethiopia 4.85 million 2012
23 South Africa 4.84 million 2012
24 Thailand 4.79 million 2012
25 Italy 4.63 million 2011
26 Algeria 4.57 million 2011
27 Uzbekistan 4.37 million 2011
Cold countries average (profile) 4.32 million 2010
28 Democratic Republic of the Congo 3.89 million 2012
29 South Korea 3.87 million 2011
30 Argentina 3.69 million 2010
31 Spain 3.25 million 2011
32 Kenya 3.2 million 2009
33 Saudi Arabia 3.17 million 2012
OPEC countries average (profile) 3.11 million 2010
High income OECD countries average (profile) 3.03 million 2011
34 Nepal 3.01 million 2012
35 Ukraine 2.9 million 2012
36 Syria 2.88 million 2012
37 Burma 2.85 million 2010
38 Poland 2.73 million 2011
39 Peru 2.64 million 2011
40 Malaysia 2.62 million 2010
41 Canada 2.61 million 2010
42 Sri Lanka 2.57 million 2011
43 Morocco 2.55 million 2012
Muslim countries average (profile) 2.48 million 2004
44 Venezuela 2.35 million 2012
45 Australia 2.33 million 2011
46 Ghana 2.22 million 2012
47 Afghanistan 2.21 million 2011
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 2.16 million 2010
48 Tanzania 2.12 million 2012
Former British colonies average (profile) 2.11 million 1986
NATO countries average (profile) 2.08 million 2011
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 2.07 million 2010
49 Iraq 2.04 million 2007
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 2.02 million 2010
50 Sudan 1.84 million 2009
51 Romania 1.78 million 2011
Eurozone average (profile) 1.74 million 2011
52 Cameroon 1.71 million 2012
Catholic countries average (profile) 1.7 million 2007
53 Yemen 1.67 million 2012
54 Kazakhstan 1.64 million 2012
European Union average (profile) 1.63 million 2011
55 Zambia 1.59 million 2012
56 Netherlands 1.54 million 2011
57 Ecuador 1.53 million 2012
58 Chile 1.49 million 2011
59 Madagascar 1.41 million 2012
Europe average (profile) 1.34 million 2011
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 1.3 million 2010
60 Uganda 1.28 million 2009
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 1.17 million 2010
61 Tunisia 1.15 million 2011
62 Guatemala 1.11 million 2011
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 1.08 million 2008
63 Bolivia 1.06 million 2011
64 Tajikistan 1.05 million 2011
65 Azerbaijan 982,128 2012
66 Mali 963,128 2012
67 Cambodia 930,200 2008
68 Dominican Republic 898,690 2011
69 Angola 884,982 2011
70 Hungary 882,609 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 842,333.18 2011
71 Senegal 833,974 2011
72 Czech Republic 805,253 2011
73 Belgium 802,659 2011
failed states average (profile) 786,719 1985
74 Cuba 784,466 2012
75 Malawi 761,366 2012
76 Zimbabwe 758,229 2003
77 Cote d'Ivoire 736,649 2002
78 Libya 732,614 2006
79 Mozambique 727,895 2012
80 Benin 723,727 2011
81 Austria 723,523 2011
82 Portugal 720,688 2010
83 Jordan 719,420 2011
84 Greece 716,601 2010
85 Israel 708,340 2010
86 Sweden 698,968 2011
87 Belarus 693,047 2012
88 Kyrgyzstan 683,249 2011
89 Burkina Faso 676,337 2012
90 Guinea 668,997 2012
91 Honduras 659,558 2012
92 Switzerland 605,000 2011
93 El Salvador 597,823 2011
94 Serbia 565,869 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) 562,103.36 2002
95 Paraguay 560,866 2010
96 Togo 545,861 2011
97 Rwanda 534,712 2012
98 Slovakia 530,300 2011
99 Bulgaria 523,355 2011
100 Laos 515,130 2012
101 New Zealand 508,362 2011
102 Denmark 504,205 2010
103 Hong Kong 486,942 2012
104 Nicaragua 465,201 2010
105 Chad 458,034 2012
106 Norway 437,010 2011
107 Finland 422,872 2011
108 Burundi 420,117 2012
109 Costa Rica 419,453 2011
Tourist destinations average (profile) 396,458.64 2004
110 Niger 388,641 2012
111 Lebanon 384,851 2012
112 Croatia 384,008 2011
113 United Arab Emirates 357,526 2012
114 Panama 349,385 2012
115 Albania 349,269 2012
116 Georgia 341,649 2009
117 Republic of the Congo 339,250 2012
118 Ireland 331,047 2011
119 Lithuania 325,215 2011
120 Bosnia and Herzegovina 313,321 2012
121 Oman 300,185 2012
122 Mongolia 290,681 2012
123 Uruguay 287,381 2010
124 Moldova 274,365 2012
125 Kuwait 274,202 2012
126 Puerto Rico 271,651 2011
127 Armenia 269,479 2012
128 Eritrea 265,600 2012
129 Jamaica 265,175 2010
130 Liberia 237,643 2011
131 Singapore 232,003 2009
132 Republic of Macedonia 196,991 2010
133 Botswana 181,741 2008
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 165,481.85 1980
134 Namibia 158,162 2007
135 Sierra Leone 155,567 2001
136 Mauritania 152,011 2012
137 Haiti 143,758 1986
138 Latvia 136,448 2011
139 Slovenia 134,861 2011
140 Lesotho 130,502 2012
141 Mauritius 127,123 2012
142 Central African Republic 125,907 2012
143 The Gambia 124,397 2010
144 East Timor 107,859 2011
145 Trinidad and Tobago 105,381 2004
146 Gabon 105,191 2002
147 Fiji 100,913 2011
148 Estonia 95,331 2010
149 Swaziland 90,605 2011
150 Somalia 86,929 2007
151 Guyana 86,540 2011
152 Bahrain 84,883 2012
153 Papua New Guinea 78,759 1995
154 Qatar 76,841 2012
155 Comoros 75,158 2012
156 Bhutan 66,072 2012
157 Montenegro 63,013 2012
158 Cyprus 62,894 2011
159 Cape Verde 61,956 2012
160 Suriname 55,431 2011
161 Guinea-Bissau 55,176 2006
162 Djibouti 55,082 2012
163 Brunei 52,396 2012
164 Luxembourg 43,177 2011
165 Solomon Islands 41,660 2012
166 Macau 35,726 2012
167 Belize 35,391 2012
168 Iceland 35,217 2011
169 Malta 35,118 2011
170 The Bahamas 34,406 2010
171 Maldives 28,878 2004
172 Samoa 25,564 2012
173 New Caledonia 25,560 1997
174 French Polynesia 22,366 1993
175 Equatorial Guinea 21,173 2002
176 Vanuatu 20,256 2010
177 Barbados 19,696 2011
178 Guam 16,017 1989
179 Tonga 14,806 2012
180 Saint Lucia 14,721 2012
181 Sao Tome and Principe 14,061 2012
182 Federated States of Micronesia 13,634 2005
183 Kiribati 11,583 2008
184 Grenada 11,500 2010
185 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 10,419 2012
186 Antigua and Barbuda 8,449 2011
187 Aruba 7,378 2011
188 Seychelles 7,109 2011
189 Dominica 6,507 2011
190 Marshall Islands 5,229 2009
191 Bermuda 4,320 2011
192 Andorra 4,208 2012
193 Saint Kitts and Nevis 3,673 2012
194 American Samoa 3,643 1992
195 Liechtenstein 3,298 2011
196 Cayman Islands 3,246 2011
197 Monaco 3,024 2012
198 Faeroe Islands 2,776 1971
199 Palau 2,448 2007
200 San Marino 2,407 2012
201 Turks and Caicos Islands 2,095 2009
202 Tuvalu 912 2001

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Secondary education, pupils. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Secondary-education,-pupils

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Interesting observations about Education > Secondary education, pupils

  • India ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Hot countries in 2011.
  • China has ranked in the top 2 for secondary education, pupils since 1970.
  • Indonesia ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Muslim countries in 2011.
  • United States ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Christian countries in 2011.
  • Nigeria ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2010.
  • Ethiopia ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Landlocked countries in 2012.
  • All of the top 2 countries by secondary education, pupils are Emerging markets'.
  • Vietnam ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Former French colonies in 1998.
  • Iran ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Middle Eastern and North Africa in 2012.
  • Russia ranked first for secondary education, pupils amongst Eastern Europe in 2009.
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