Enrolment rate, engineering, manufacturing and construction, tertiary (% of total female enrolment) - for all countries


The series "Tertiary enrolment" contains 77,802 data rows in 41 data sets for 206 countries.
Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in engineering, manufacturing and construction is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in engineering, manufacturing and construction programmes.
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Enrolment rate, engineering, manufacturing and construction, tertiary (% of total female enrolment) Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in engineering, manufacturing and construction is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in engineering, manufacturing and construction programmes. /statistic/enrolment%20rate%2C%20engineering%2C%20manufacturing%20and%20construction%2C%20tertiary%2C%20female

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