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Education > College and university > Gender ratio: 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 605.04 2008
2 Dominica 326.16 2008
3 The Bahamas 269.74 1995
4 Bahrain 253.14 2006
5 Bermuda 238.5 2007
6 Saint Lucia 225.22 2008
7 Jamaica 221.75 2008
8 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 215.73 1990
9 Palau 215.03 2002
10 Kuwait 214.26 2004
11 United Arab Emirates 205.37 2008
12 Brunei 198.72 2008
13 Cayman Islands 198.25 2008
14 Iceland 191.17 2008
15 Latvia 188.99 2008
16 Belize 184.65 2009
17 Uruguay 175.21 2007
18 Suriname 170.78 2002
19 Venezuela 169.46 2008
20 Cuba 168.65 2008
21 Estonia 168.59 2008
22 Saudi Arabia 165.47 2008
23 Tonga 161.96 2004
24 Norway 161.83 2008
25 Panama 159.3 2007
26 Sweden 159.23 2008
27 Dominican Republic 158.86 2004
28 Slovakia 158.37 2008
29 Mongolia 156.89 2008
30 Albania 156.79 2004
31 Lithuania 155.77 2008
32 Argentina 152.25 2007
33 Honduras 151.48 2008
34 Tunisia 148.75 2008
35 New Zealand 147.68 2008
36 Slovenia 145.91 2008
37 Kazakhstan 145.07 2009
38 Moldova 144.57 2008
39 Grenada 143.72 1980
40 Belarus 143.22 2008
41 Hungary 143.18 2008
42 Netherlands Antilles 142.5 2002
43 Guyana 141.91 2008
44 Malta 141.5 2007
45 Italy 140.71 2007
46 Denmark 140.66 2007
47 United Kingdom 140.15 2008
48 United States 140.06 2008
49 Algeria 139.93 2007
50 Poland 139.6 2007
51 Aruba 139.02 2008
52 Burma 137.08 2007
NATO countries average (profile) 137.07 2007
53 Kyrgyzstan 136.12 2008
54 Canada 135.79 2004
55 Russia 135.63 2008
56 Paraguay 134.61 2007
European Union average (profile) 134.6 2007
57 Romania 134.3 2008
Eurozone average (profile) 132.25 2007
High income OECD countries average (profile) 132.24 2007
58 Czech Republic 131.87 2008
59 Namibia 131.59 2008
60 Israel 131.09 2008
61 Bulgaria 130.31 2008
62 Marshall Islands 129.61 2003
63 Australia 129.51 2008
64 Serbia and Montenegro 129.39 2008
65 Brazil 129.12 2008
66 Malaysia 129 2007
67 Trinidad and Tobago 127.87 2005
68 France 127.69 2008
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 127.06 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 126.81 2004
69 Belgium 126.12 2008
70 Costa Rica 125.58 2005
Europe average (profile) 124.91 2003
71 Ukraine 124.76 2008
72 Philippines 124.04 2008
73 Finland 124.02 2008
74 Cape Verde 123.81 2008
75 Spain 123.68 2008
76 Lebanon 123.58 2008
77 Saint Kitts and Nevis 122.85 1993
Emerging markets average (profile) 122.81 2007
78 Thailand 122.35 2008
79 Croatia 122.28 2007
80 Portugal 121.98 2007
81 Ireland 121.73 2008
82 Mauritius 120.86 2009
83 Fiji 120.42 2005
84 Armenia 120.25 2007
85 Georgia 119.2 2008
86 Lesotho 118.67 2006
87 Austria 118.52 2008
88 Ecuador 115.11 2008
89 Oman 115.01 2008
90 Botswana 114.65 2006
91 Luxembourg 111.88 2006
92 Jordan 111.27 2008
93 Netherlands 110.84 2008
Non-religious countries average (profile) 110.34 2004
94 Greece 110.32 2007
95 Libya 109.52 2003
96 El Salvador 108.77 2008
97 Nicaragua 108.54 2003
98 Peru 106.3 2006
99 China 104.07 2008
Religious countries average (profile) 102.71 2005
100 Chile 100.76 2007
101 Switzerland 99.71 2008
102 Guatemala 99.69 2007
103 Colombia 99 2008
104 Mexico 97.72 2008
105 Swaziland 97.36 2006
106 Cyprus 95.82 2008
107 Samoa 93.04 2001
108 Sao Tome and Principe 92.98 2009
109 Indonesia 92.05 2008
110 Sudan 91.98 2000
111 South Africa 91.28 1994
112 Turks and Caicos Islands 89.89 2008
113 Madagascar 89.24 2008
114 Germany 88.74 1997
115 Morocco 88.66 2008
116 Japan 88.42 2008
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 86.4 1980
117 Pakistan 85.23 2008
118 Bolivia 84.13 2007
119 Azerbaijan 83.13 2008
120 Uganda 79.98 2008
121 Cameroon 79.28 2008
122 Turkey 78 2008
123 Laos 77.65 2008
124 Comoros 77.05 2004
125 Liberia 74.17 2000
126 Vietnam 73.16 2001
127 Syria 71.9 1995
128 East Timor 70.88 2009
129 Kenya 70.31 2009
130 India 69.94 2007
131 Nigeria 69.55 2005
132 Djibouti 68.79 2007
133 Uzbekistan 68.09 2008
South Asia average (profile) 65.49 2007
134 Angola 65.47 2002
135 Zimbabwe 62.45 2003
136 Rwanda 61.83 2005
137 Iraq 59.5 2005
138 Vanuatu 59.42 2004
139 Bhutan 58.6 2008
=140 Bangladesh 55.37 2007
=140 Papua New Guinea 55.37 1999
142 Senegal 54.37 2008
143 Ghana 54.05 2007
144 Gabon 53.62 1999
145 Cambodia 53.61 2008
146 Liechtenstein 52.1 2008
147 Malawi 50.59 2007
148 Cote d'Ivoire 50.09 2007
149 Burkina Faso 49.99 2008
150 Mozambique 49.41 2005
151 Tanzania 47.74 2007
152 Sri Lanka 47.6 1991
153 Zambia 46.32 2000
154 Mali 45.21 2008
155 Burundi 43.29 2006
156 Equatorial Guinea 42.85 2000
157 Nepal 40.25 2004
158 Tajikistan 39.54 2008
159 Sierra Leone 38.14 2002
160 Mauritania 36.47 2006
161 Central African Republic 35.14 2008
162 Democratic Republic of the Congo 34.88 2007
163 Guinea 33.51 2008
164 Niger 32.77 2009
165 Eritrea 31.9 2009
166 Ethiopia 31.11 2008
167 Afghanistan 27.86 2004
168 Benin 25.24 2001
169 The Gambia 23.41 2004
170 Congo, Republic of the 18.98 2003
171 Guinea-Bissau 18.48 2001
172 Togo 17.49 1996
173 Chad 14.6 2008
174 Somalia 12.68 1975
175 Maldives 0.0 2006

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