Tertiary school enrollment

percent of population, 1970–2016

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    1970 Ranking
    1. Russia 45.60
    2. Mongolia 22.57
    3. New Zealand 16.30
    4. Australia 15.77
    5. Argentina 13.41
    6. Peru 9.94
    7. Chile 8.98
    8. Costa Rica 8.78
    9. Bolivia 8.37
    10. Malta 6.82
    11. Singapore 6.48
    12. Panama 6.34
    13. Nicaragua 4.48
    14. South Africa 4.02
    15. Colombia 3.99
    16. Paraguay 3.72
    17. Guatemala 3.05
    18. El Salvador 2.87
    19. Indonesia 2.85
    20. Mauritius 2.57
    21. Bangladesh 2.13
    22. Sri Lanka 1.01
    23. Samoa 0.95
    24. Liberia 0.93
    25. Kenya 0.89
    26. Afghanistan 0.77
    27. Fiji 0.68
    28. Uganda 0.54
    29. Swaziland 0.52
    30. Lesotho 0.43
    31. Zambia 0.39
    32. Tanzania 0.18
    33. China 0.13
    2016 Ranking
    1. Kazakhstan 46.26
    2. Tajikistan 28.90
    3. Botswana 23.43
    4. Uzbekistan 9.09
    5. Rwanda 7.96
    6. Burkina Faso 5.56
    7. Mauritania 5.34

    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.

    Source: UNESCO