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Education > Participation > School enrollment > Tertiary > Male > % gross: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross enrollment ratio is the ratio of total enrollment, regardless of age, to the population of the age group that officially corresponds to the level of education shown. Tertiary education, whether or not to an advanced research qualification, normally requires, as a minimum condition of admission, the successful completion of education at the secondary level.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Cuba 91.16% 2008
2 Greece 86.55% 2007
3 Finland 84.52% 2008
4 Ukraine 70.87% 2008
5 Slovenia 70.85% 2008
6 United States 69.36% 2008
7 Australia 67.29% 2008
8 Denmark 66.93% 2007
9 Russia 65.67% 2008
10 New Zealand 63.66% 2008
11 Spain 63.28% 2008
12 Japan 61.51% 2008
13 Lithuania 60.72% 2008
14 Belarus 60.13% 2008
15 Venezuela 58.62% 2008
High income OECD countries average (profile) 57.79% 2007
16 Netherlands 57.54% 2008
17 Norway 56.18% 2008
18 Romania 56.12% 2008
19 Poland 56.02% 2007
20 Italy 56% 2007
21 Belgium 55.79% 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 55.24% 2004
22 Sweden 55.12% 2008
Eurozone average (profile) 54.61% 2007
NATO countries average (profile) 54.33% 2007
European Union average (profile) 53.99% 2007
23 Argentina 53.85% 2007
24 Hungary 53.65% 2008
25 Libya 53.25% 2003
26 Canada 53.01% 2004
27 Ireland 52.67% 2008
28 Chile 51.87% 2007
29 Israel 51.85% 2008
30 Iceland 51.68% 2008
31 Portugal 51.35% 2007
32 Czech Republic 50.72% 2008
33 Austria 50.16% 2008
34 Germany 49.91% 1997
35 Switzerland 49.47% 2008
36 Latvia 48.22% 2008
37 France 48.04% 2008
38 United Kingdom 48% 2008
39 Liechtenstein 47.99% 2008
40 Estonia 47.71% 2008
41 Uruguay 46.91% 2007
42 Lebanon 46.15% 2008
Non-religious countries average (profile) 45.39% 2004
Europe average (profile) 44.57% 2003
43 Bulgaria 44.46% 2008
44 Kyrgyzstan 44.08% 2008
45 Cyprus 43.53% 2008
46 Turkey 43.03% 2008
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 42.91% 2008
47 Croatia 42.4% 2007
48 Serbia and Montenegro 41.76% 2008
49 Slovakia 41.7% 2008
50 Bolivia 41.58% 2007
Emerging markets average (profile) 40.96% 2007
51 Thailand 40.25% 2008
52 Ecuador 39.47% 2008
53 Mongolia 38.84% 2008
54 Jordan 38.54% 2008
55 Colombia 35.53% 2008
56 Panama 34.88% 2007
57 Kazakhstan 33.61% 2009
58 Peru 33.44% 2006
59 Moldova 32.8% 2008
60 Georgia 31.3% 2008
61 Armenia 31.06% 2007
62 Brazil 30.11% 2008
63 Tajikistan 28.85% 2008
64 Malaysia 28.08% 2007
65 Mexico 27.51% 2008
66 Malta 27.48% 2007
67 Aruba 27.28% 2008
68 Tunisia 27.2% 2008
69 Palau 26.54% 2002
70 Dominican Republic 25.7% 2004
71 Philippines 25.66% 2008
72 Oman 25.08% 2008
73 Paraguay 24.39% 2007
74 Cayman Islands 23.93% 2008
75 El Salvador 23.48% 2008
76 Saudi Arabia 22.58% 2008
77 Costa Rica 22.53% 2005
78 China 22.26% 2008
Religious countries average (profile) 22.19% 2005
79 Indonesia 22.13% 2008
80 Algeria 20.09% 2007
81 Liberia 19.98% 2000
82 Iraq 19.56% 2005
83 Guatemala 17.74% 2007
84 East Timor 17.69% 2009
85 Bahrain 17.56% 2006
86 United Arab Emirates 17.41% 2008
87 Netherlands Antilles 17.39% 2002
88 Nicaragua 17.31% 2003
89 Azerbaijan 17.17% 2008
90 Syria 17.15% 1995
91 India 15.75% 2007
92 South Africa 15.73% 1994
93 Jamaica 15.08% 2008
94 Laos 15.03% 2008
95 Albania 14.94% 2004
96 Honduras 14.85% 2008
97 Bermuda 14.82% 2007
98 Marshall Islands 14.77% 2003
99 Mauritius 14.54% 2009
100 Fiji 14.03% 2005
101 Guinea 13.68% 2008
102 Morocco 13.03% 2008
103 Kuwait 12.42% 2004
104 Nigeria 11.87% 2005
105 Uzbekistan 11.81% 2008
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 11.58% 1980
106 Vietnam 11.18% 2001
107 Cote d'Ivoire 11.15% 2007
108 Brunei 10.81% 2008
109 Cape Verde 10.64% 2008
110 Senegal 10.37% 2008
111 Trinidad and Tobago 10.17% 2005
112 Guyana 9.51% 2008
113 Luxembourg 9.41% 2006
South Asia average (profile) 9.26% 2007
114 Gabon 9.23% 1999
115 Suriname 9.15% 2002
116 Cambodia 9.1% 2008
117 Saint Lucia 9.08% 2008
118 Saint Kitts and Nevis 9.07% 1993
119 Burma 9.05% 2007
120 Bangladesh 8.95% 2007
121 Cameroon 8.72% 2008
122 Bhutan 8.18% 2008
123 The Bahamas 8.14% 1995
124 Ghana 8.01% 2007
125 Belize 7.91% 2009
126 Nepal 7.82% 2004
127 Namibia 7.72% 2008
128 Samoa 7.7% 2001
129 Mali 7.49% 2008
130 Benin 7.35% 2001
131 Botswana 7.06% 2006
132 Congo, Republic of the 6.55% 2003
133 Sudan 6.17% 2000
134 Democratic Republic of the Congo 6.02% 2007
135 Vanuatu 5.94% 2004
136 Pakistan 5.58% 2008
137 Ethiopia 5.49% 2008
138 Qatar 5.14% 2008
139 Tonga 4.92% 2004
140 Mauritania 4.89% 2006
141 Grenada 4.78% 1980
142 Kenya 4.76% 2009
143 Togo 4.75% 1996
144 Zimbabwe 4.68% 2003
145 Equatorial Guinea 4.58% 2000
146 Swaziland 4.45% 2006
147 Sri Lanka 4.42% 1991
148 Sao Tome and Principe 4.29% 2009
149 Uganda 4.09% 2008
150 Burkina Faso 4.06% 2008
151 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 3.97% 1990
152 Madagascar 3.59% 2008
153 Central African Republic 3.41% 2008
154 Chad 3.35% 2008
155 Lesotho 3.32% 2006
156 Zambia 3.29% 2000
157 Rwanda 3.27% 2005
158 Burundi 3.25% 2006
159 Djibouti 3.11% 2007
160 Comoros 3.05% 2004
161 Sierra Leone 3.01% 2002
162 Eritrea 2.99% 2009
163 Papua New Guinea 2.59% 1999
164 Niger 2.1% 2009
=165 Tanzania 2% 2007
=165 The Gambia 2% 2004
=167 Afghanistan 1.95% 2004
=167 Mozambique 1.95% 2005
169 Dominica 1.8% 2008
170 Angola 1% 2002
171 Somalia 0.77% 1975
172 Guinea-Bissau 0.67% 2001
173 Malawi 0.66% 2007
174 Turks and Caicos Islands 0.08% 2008
=175 Maldives 0.0 2006
=175 Seychelles 0.0 1992

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Participation > School enrollment > Tertiary > Male > % gross. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Participation/School-enrollment/Tertiary/Male/%-gross

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