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Education > Secondary education > General pupils: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Secondary general pupils are the number of secondary students enrolled in general education programs, including teacher training.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 85.91 million 2004
2 India 83.13 million 2004
3 United States 24.19 million 2004
4 Brazil 24.14 million 2003
5 Indonesia 14.16 million 2004
6 Russia 11.53 million 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) 11.33 million 2004
7 Bangladesh 9.92 million 2005
Non-religious countries average (profile) 9.63 million 2004
8 Vietnam 9.47 million 2005
South and Central Asia average (profile) 9.29 million 2002
9 Iran 9.07 million 2005
10 Mexico 8.86 million 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 8.19 million 2004
11 Pakistan 7.09 million 2005
12 Japan 6.88 million 2004
13 Germany 6.59 million 2004
14 Philippines 6.31 million 2004
15 Egypt 5.8 million 2004
South Asia average (profile) 4.42 million 2005
16 United Kingdom 4.4 million 2004
17 Ethiopia 4.38 million 2005
18 South Africa 4.32 million 2004
19 France 4.3 million 2004
20 Colombia 4.03 million 2005
21 Turkey 4.01 million 2004
22 Uzbekistan 3.86 million 2004
23 Thailand 3.85 million 2005
24 Nigeria 3.84 million 1999
25 Ukraine 3.72 million 2005
26 Algeria 3.29 million 2005
Former British colonies average (profile) 3.27 million 2002
27 South Korea 3.18 million 2005
Cold countries average (profile) 2.84 million 1991
28 Italy 2.81 million 2004
29 Saudi Arabia 2.65 million 2005
30 Spain 2.63 million 2004
31 Canada 2.61 million 2002
32 Poland 2.6 million 2004
33 Burma 2.59 million 2005
34 Kenya 2.45 million 2005
35 Peru 2.38 million 2004
36 Malaysia 2.38 million 2003
High income OECD countries average (profile) 2.3 million 2004
37 Syria 2.27 million 2005
38 Argentina 2.21 million 2003
39 Sri Lanka 2.11 million 1991
OPEC countries average (profile) 2.1 million 1999
40 Nepal 2.03 million 2005
Catholic countries average (profile) 2 million 2003
41 Venezuela 1.95 million 2005
42 Kazakhstan 1.94 million 2005
Muslim countries average (profile) 1.94 million 2004
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 1.93 million 2004
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 1.92 million 2004
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 1.84 million 2004
43 Morocco 1.83 million 2005
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 1.74 million 2003
44 Iraq 1.61 million 2005
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 1.56 million 2003
45 Romania 1.48 million 2004
46 Yemen 1.48 million 2005
47 Australia 1.45 million 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 1.42 million 2004
48 Sudan 1.35 million 2005
Europe average (profile) 1.34 million 2004
49 Ghana 1.33 million 2005
50 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1.21 million 2003
51 Chile 1.21 million 2004
European Union average (profile) 1.2 million 2004
Eurozone average (profile) 1.15 million 2004
52 Tunisia 1.12 million 2004
53 Azerbaijan 1.07 million 2005
54 Bolivia 1.03 million 2005
55 Tajikistan 960,215 2005
56 Belarus 923,798 2005
Former French colonies average (profile) 883,559.96 2002
57 Hungary 832,744 2004
58 Cameroon 816,070 2005
failed states average (profile) 796,553.29 1991
59 Ecuador 775,862 2005
60 Dominican Republic 768,351 2005
61 Zimbabwe 758,229 2003
62 Cambodia 708,454 2005
63 Cote d'Ivoire 703,743 2002
64 Kyrgyzstan 692,724 2005
65 Netherlands 672,103 2004
66 Cuba 668,881 2005
67 Afghanistan 642,442 2005
68 Libya 619,940 2003
69 Uganda 619,519 2005
70 Czech Republic 600,143 2004
71 Madagascar 592,834 2005
72 Jordan 580,229 2004
73 Portugal 571,661 2004
74 Greece 571,242 2004
75 Turkmenistan 545,416 1991
76 Guatemala 532,701 2005
77 Tanzania 524,325 2005
78 Sweden 519,183 2004
79 Malawi 515,462 2005
80 Bulgaria 496,064 2004
81 Senegal 495,506 2005
82 Serbia and Montenegro 494,279 2001
83 Hong Kong 488,005 2005
84 Israel 482,534 2004
85 Belgium 479,769 2004
86 Austria 478,230 2004
87 Paraguay 464,062 2003
88 Slovakia 446,703 2004
89 New Zealand 427,368 2002
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 427,108.57 2000
90 El Salvador 416,339 2005
91 Guinea 415,711 2005
92 Nicaragua 415,273 2005
93 Lithuania 410,567 2004
Landlocked countries average (profile) 405,191.05 1991
94 Zambia 401,202 2005
95 Laos 388,044 2005
96 Switzerland 387,723 2004
97 Mali 387,520 2005
98 Benin 377,618 2005
99 Togo 377,156 2005
100 Albania 373,027 2004
101 Armenia 362,707 2005
102 Moldova 359,881 2005
103 Honduras 347,485 2004
104 Angola 337,155 2001
105 Denmark 326,647 2004
106 Mongolia 318,765 2005
107 Lebanon 313,729 2005
108 Uruguay 313,582 2003
109 Georgia 306,930 2005
110 Finland 305,970 2004
111 Oman 292,783 2005
112 Costa Rica 286,414 2005
113 United Arab Emirates 283,621 2005
114 Mozambique 280,590 2005
115 Burkina Faso 272,980 2005
116 Ireland 270,724 2004
117 Norway 268,070 2004
118 Croatia 254,335 2003
119 Jamaica 245,533 2004
120 Bosnia and Herzegovina 243,471 1991
121 Latvia 235,289 2004
122 Kuwait 234,073 2005
123 Chad 233,433 2005
124 Eritrea 215,080 2005
125 Congo, Republic of the 198,178 2005
126 Sierra Leone 191,042 2005
127 Singapore 185,713 1991
128 Haiti 184,968 1991
129 Niger 177,033 2005
130 Papua New Guinea 173,214 2003
131 Namibia 159,249 2005
132 Burundi 159,240 2005
133 Botswana 158,558 2004
134 Panama 157,889 2005
135 Rwanda 131,139 2005
136 Slovenia 124,243 2004
137 Mauritius 110,287 2005
138 Estonia 106,986 2004
139 Trinidad and Tobago 104,489 2005
140 Fiji 98,942 2005
141 Gabon 97,604 2002
142 Lesotho 93,060 2005
143 Liberia 90,442 2000
144 Mauritania 89,540 2005
145 The Gambia 84,768 2004
146 East Timor 69,808 2005
147 Swaziland 67,696 2004
148 Central African Republic 66,492 2003
149 Guyana 65,229 2004
150 Cyprus 60,309 2004
151 Bahrain 55,907 2005
152 Qatar 55,186 2005
153 Cape Verde 49,010 2005
154 Macau 44,129 2005
155 Comoros 43,181 2005
156 Bhutan 41,514 2005
157 Brunei 40,890 2005
158 Somalia 37,000 1991
159 Malta 35,019 2004
160 The Bahamas 32,089 2005
161 Maldives 30,588 2005
162 Belize 28,865 2005
163 Djibouti 27,821 2005
164 Guinea-Bissau 25,648 2001
165 Iceland 25,400 2004
166 Suriname 24,307 2005
167 Samoa 24,242 2005
168 Luxembourg 23,839 2004
169 Solomon Islands 22,487 2005
170 Barbados 21,345 2005
171 Equatorial Guinea 19,748 2002
172 Saint Lucia 13,029 2005
173 Grenada 13,000 2005
174 Tonga 12,962 2005
175 Virgin Islands 12,700 1991
176 Kiribati 11,331 2005
177 Vanuatu 10,723 2005
178 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 9,393 2005
179 Netherlands Antilles 9,180 2003
180 Sao Tome and Principe 8,012 2005
181 Seychelles 7,551 2003
182 Dominica 7,218 2005
183 Federated States of Micronesia 7,000 1991
184 Marshall Islands 6,460 2003
185 Aruba 5,988 2005
186 Bermuda 4,756 2005
187 Antigua and Barbuda 4,576 2000
188 Saint Kitts and Nevis 3,939 2005
189 Andorra 3,506 2005
190 American Samoa 3,425 1991
191 Cayman Islands 2,824 2005
192 Monaco 2,600 2004
193 Palau 2,269 2005
194 Liechtenstein 2,102 2004
195 San Marino 988 2000

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"Countries Compared by Education > Secondary education > General pupils. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Secondary-education/General-pupils

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