Enrolment rate, humanities and arts, tertiary, total (% of total enrolment) - for all countries


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

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Sri Lanka
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Central African Republic
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Bhutan
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Bangladesh
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Comoros
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Saudi Arabia
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Congo, Republic of the
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Benin
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Brunei
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Qatar
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Algeria
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Liberia
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Palau
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Tunisia
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Egypt
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Libya
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Korea, South
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Sierra Leone
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Nepal
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Morocco
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Ireland
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Burkina Faso
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Iceland
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San Marino
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Japan
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United States
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Lebanon
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Mali
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Cambodia
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Jordan
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Greece
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Burundi
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New Zealand
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Finland
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Estonia
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Sweden
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France
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Malta
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Germany
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Laos
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Denmark
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Austria
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Argentina
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Macedonia
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Zimbabwe
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Uzbekistan
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Madagascar
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Spain
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Cyprus
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Serbia
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Australia
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Iraq
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Canada
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Oman
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Norway
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Hong Kong
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Belgium
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Israel
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Turkey
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Portugal
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Croatia
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Latvia
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El Salvador
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Czech Republic
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Botswana
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Hungary
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Poland
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Singapore
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United Arab Emirates
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Bahrain
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Slovenia
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Mongolia
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Malaysia
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Barbados
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Mozambique
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Seychelles
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Cameroon
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Kyrgyzstan
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Albania
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Mauritius
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Andorra
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Vietnam
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Niger
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India
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Uganda
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Belarus
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Rwanda
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Mexico
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Chile
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Tanzania
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Congo, Democratic Republic of the
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Cape Verde
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Colombia
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Philippines
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Suriname
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Grenada
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Aruba
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Guyana
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Côte d'Ivoire
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Brazil
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Cuba
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Zambia
Venezuela
Venezuela
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Ecuador
Indonesia
Indonesia
Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda
Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein

Source: Worldbank