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Education > Secondary education > Pupils per 1000: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Secondary education pupils is the total number of pupils enrolled at secondary level in public and private schools. Figures expressed per thousand population for the same year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Uzbekistan 163.74 2004
2 Turkmenistan 160.41 1991
3 Libya 147.16 2003
4 Tajikistan 144.65 2005
5 Iran 141.72 2005
6 Kyrgyzstan 139.7 2005
7 Brazil 135.31 2003
8 Kazakhstan 134.67 2005
9 Mongolia 134.28 2005
10 Grenada 132.83 2005
11 Syria 131.52 2005
12 Lithuania 130.62 2004
13 Tonga 128.39 2005
14 Azerbaijan 127.5 2005
15 Slovakia 125.17 2004
16 Australia 123.82 2004
17 Fiji 123.7 2005
18 Albania 123.46 2004
19 Seychelles 123.21 1991
20 New Zealand 122.31 2002
21 Tunisia 121.82 2004
22 Armenia 121.2 2005
23 Vietnam 120.63 2005
24 Brunei 119.35 2005
25 Latvia 119.16 2004
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 119.11 2004
26 Belize 118.87 2005
27 Egypt 118 2004
28 Jordan 116.4 2004
29 Iceland 111.96 2004
30 Saudi Arabia 110.66 2005
31 Algeria 110.59 2005
32 Bolivia 110.35 2005
33 Kuwait 108.39 2005
34 Cape Verde 107.95 2005
35 Moldova 106.41 2005
36 Dominica 105.98 2005
37 Malta 103.98 2004
38 Uruguay 103.33 2003
39 Mauritius 103.07 2005
40 Maldives 102.79 2005
41 Germany 101.58 2004
42 Malaysia 101.19 2003
43 Colombia 100.14 2005
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 99.58 2004
44 Macau 99.41 2005
45 Romania 99.37 2004
46 Chile 98.65 2004
47 South Africa 98.44 2004
48 Peru 97.14 2004
49 Czech Republic 96.14 2004
50 Belarus 96.09 2005
51 Guyana 95.46 2004
52 Hungary 95.3 2004
53 United Kingdom 95.2 2004
54 Mexico 95.12 2004
55 Liechtenstein 95.02 2004
56 Austria 94.27 2004
57 Russia 94.26 2004
58 Slovenia 94.05 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 92.96 2004
59 France 92.93 2004
60 Bermuda 92.85 1991
Non-religious countries average (profile) 92.58 2004
61 Monaco 92.3 2004
62 Estonia 92.18 2004
63 Argentina 92.16 2003
Europe average (profile) 91.97 2004
64 Suriname 91.72 2005
65 Botswana 91.51 2004
66 Poland 91.14 2004
67 Lebanon 90.89 2005
South and Central Asia average (profile) 90.64 2002
68 Bulgaria 90.56 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) 90.21 2004
69 Croatia 90.06 2003
70 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 89.93 2005
71 Paraguay 89.91 2003
European Union average (profile) 89.73 2004
72 Israel 89.18 2004
73 Jamaica 87.48 2003
High income OECD countries average (profile) 87.32 2004
74 Norway 87.14 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 86.9 2002
Eurozone average (profile) 86.79 2004
75 Dominican Republic 86.52 2005
76 Canada 86.38 2002
77 El Salvador 86.32 2005
78 Ukraine 85.83 2005
79 Netherlands 85.78 2004
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 85.55 2003
80 Saint Lucia 83.35 2005
81 Denmark 83.22 2004
82 Cuba 83.02 2005
Muslim countries average (profile) 82.73 2004
83 Honduras 82.04 2004
84 Gabon 81.84 2002
85 Finland 81.48 2004
86 Bahrain 81.46 2005
87 Trinidad and Tobago 81.25 2005
88 Nepal 81.22 2005
89 Costa Rica 80.38 2005
90 Nicaragua 80.26 2005
91 Turkey 79.75 2004
92 Sweden 79.15 2004
93 Ireland 78.76 2004
94 Barbados 78.29 2005
95 Bosnia and Herzegovina 77.93 1991
96 Italy 77.45 2004
97 Belgium 77.32 2004
98 Luxembourg 76.86 2004
99 South Korea 76.71 2005
100 Switzerland 76.28 2004
101 China 76.2 2004
102 Panama 76.12 2005
103 Venezuela 75.9 2005
104 India 75.51 2004
105 East Timor 74.42 2005
106 Indonesia 73.9 2004
107 Yemen 73.77 2005
108 American Samoa 73.69 1991
109 Hong Kong 73.15 2005
110 Ecuador 72.56 2005
111 Georgia 72.32 2005
112 Comoros 72.16 2005
113 Togo 72.03 2005
114 Thailand 71.97 2005
115 Spain 71.4 2004
116 Aruba 71.14 2005
117 Federated States of Micronesia 70.85 1991
118 Bangladesh 70.63 2005
119 Kenya 68.86 2005
120 United Arab Emirates 68.69 2005
121 Singapore 68.45 1991
122 Laos 68.02 2005
123 Antigua and Barbuda 67.95 2000
124 Qatar 67.84 2005
125 Cameroon 66.02 2005
126 Morocco 65.04 2005
127 Bhutan 64.8 2005
128 Iraq 63.96 2005
129 Cyprus 63.53 2004
130 Portugal 63.34 2004
131 Ghana 63.15 2005
132 Greece 62.91 2004
133 Swaziland 61.84 2004
134 Japan 61.79 2004
135 The Gambia 61.2 2004
136 Samoa 59.99 1991
137 Ethiopia 59.62 2005
138 Guatemala 59.51 2005
139 Oman 53.88 1991
OPEC countries average (profile) 53.29 1991
140 Benin 53.22 2005
141 Cambodia 53.04 2005
142 Sao Tome and Principe 52.33 2005
South Asia average (profile) 51.87 2005
143 Vanuatu 51.21 2005
144 Namibia 50.07 1991
Former French colonies average (profile) 49.71 2002
145 Lesotho 49.05 2005
146 San Marino 48.36 1991
147 Liberia 46.86 2000
148 Andorra 46.01 2005
149 Pakistan 45.86 2005
150 Eritrea 44.69 2005
151 Senegal 44.49 2005
152 Guinea 44.22 2005
153 Sudan 43.37 2005
154 Cote d'Ivoire 42.2 2002
155 Sierra Leone 41.77 2005
156 Kiribati 40.99 1991
157 Djibouti 38.81 2005
158 Equatorial Guinea 38.4 2002
159 Mali 36.63 2005
160 Zambia 35.66 2005
161 Papua New Guinea 32.8 2003
162 Democratic Republic of the Congo 32.47 2003
163 Madagascar 32.41 2005
164 Nigeria 30.71 1991
165 Burma 29.76 1991
166 Mauritania 29.49 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 29.13 1991
167 Angola 28.76 2001
168 Afghanistan 26.2 2005
169 Haiti 25.99 1991
170 Chad 23.64 2005
171 Uganda 22.68 2005
172 Burundi 22.36 2005
173 Burkina Faso 22.01 2005
174 Rwanda 21.62 2005
175 Guinea-Bissau 20.39 2001
176 Central African Republic 17.36 2003
177 Mozambique 14.56 2005
178 Niger 13.78 2005
179 Tanzania 13.51 2005
180 Somalia 6.87 1991
181 Malawi 6.12 1991

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Secondary education > Pupils per 1000. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Population figures from World Bank: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects, (2) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Report (various years), (3) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (4) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (5) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme, and (6) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Secondary-education/Pupils-per-1000

Education > Secondary education > Pupils per 1000: Countries Compared Map

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Interesting observations about Education > Secondary education > Pupils per 1000

  • Libya ranked first for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Hot countries in 2003.
  • Uzbekistan ranked first for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Muslim countries in 2004.
  • Brazil ranked first for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Christian countries in 2003.
  • Syria ranked first for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Former French colonies in 2005.
  • Seychelles ranked first for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 1991.
  • Australia ranked second for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Former British colonies in 2004.
  • Iraq ranked second last for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Middle Eastern and North Africa in 2005.
  • All of the top 2 countries by secondary education > pupils per 1000 are Landlocked.
  • Bolivia ranked first for secondary education > pupils per 1000 amongst Former Spanish colonies in 2005.
  • Turkmenistan ranked second for secondary education > pupils per 1000 globally in 1991.
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