Enrolment rate, social sciences, business and law, 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 social sciences, business and law is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in social sciences, business and law programmes.
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Enrolment rate, social sciences, business and law, tertiary, total (% of total enrolment) Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in social sciences, business and law is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in social sciences, business and law programmes. /statistic/enrolment%20rate%2C%20social%20sciences%2C%20business%20and%20law%2C%20tertiary%2C%20total

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Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein
Mali
Mali
Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands
Côte d'Ivoire
Côte d'Ivoire
Macao
Macao
Cameroon
Cameroon
Mauritania
Mauritania
Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda
Mauritius
Mauritius
Niger
Niger
Madagascar
Madagascar
Rwanda
Rwanda
Cape Verde
Cape Verde
Aruba
Aruba
Turkey
Turkey
Thailand
Thailand
Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso
Bahrain
Bahrain
Cambodia
Cambodia
Andorra
Andorra
Indonesia
Indonesia
Ghana
Ghana
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Djibouti
Romania
Romania
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Bangladesh
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Georgia
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India
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Colombia
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Ecuador
Ecuador
Benin
Benin
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Cyprus
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Lithuania
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United Arab Emirates
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Mozambique
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Lebanon
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Latvia
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Liberia
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Kyrgyzstan
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Laos
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Morocco
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Namibia
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Tanzania
Mexico
Mexico
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
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Singapore
Honduras
Honduras
Malawi
Malawi
Uruguay
Uruguay
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
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Barbados
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Uganda
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Croatia
Brazil
Brazil
Hungary
Hungary
El Salvador
El Salvador
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Netherlands
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Algeria
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Comoros
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Ukraine
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France
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Macedonia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Egypt
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Belarus
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Botswana
Israel
Israel
Iceland
Iceland
Angola
Angola
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Kazakhstan
Guinea
Guinea
Poland
Poland
Panama
Panama
Argentina
Argentina
Serbia
Serbia
Australia
Australia
Bolivia
Bolivia
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
San Marino
San Marino
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Austria
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Mongolia
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Suriname
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Jordan
Burma
Burma
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Switzerland
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Italy
Italy
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Samoa
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New Zealand
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Denmark
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Congo, Republic of the
Slovenia
Slovenia
Lesotho
Lesotho
Malta
Malta
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Vietnam
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Estonia
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Central African Republic
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Nepal
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Albania
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Zambia
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Czech Republic
Spain
Spain
Norway
Norway
Iran
Iran
Greece
Greece
Portugal
Portugal
Ethiopia
Ethiopia
Venezuela
Venezuela
Slovakia
Slovakia
Malaysia
Malaysia
Cuba
Cuba
Belgium
Belgium
Japan
Japan
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Burundi
Burundi
Guyana
Guyana
Philippines
Philippines
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Azerbaijan
Canada
Canada
United States
United States
Sweden
Sweden
Qatar
Qatar
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Trinidad and Tobago
Germany
Germany
Costa Rica
Costa Rica
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Swaziland
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Chile
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Ireland
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Tunisia
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Saudi Arabia
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Brunei
Finland
Finland
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Tajikistan
Korea, South
Korea, South
Grenada
Grenada
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Kenya
Iraq
Iraq
Oman
Oman
Palau
Palau
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
Bhutan
Bhutan
Seychelles
Seychelles
Libya
Libya
Eritrea
Eritrea
Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan
Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone
Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea

Source: Worldbank