Enrolment, level 6, tertiary, female - for all countries


The series "Tertiary enrolment" contains 77,802 data rows in 41 data sets for 206 countries.
Enrolment in 6 tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private ISCED 6 tertiary education institutions. This level is reserved for tertiary programmes which lead to the award of an advanced research qualification. The programmes are therefore devoted to advanced study and original research and are not based on course-work only.
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Enrolment, level 6, tertiary, female Enrolment in 6 tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private ISCED 6 tertiary education institutions. This level is reserved for tertiary programmes which lead to the award of an advanced research qualification. The programmes are therefore devoted to advanced study and original research and are not based on course-work only. /statistic/enrolment%2C%20level%206%2C%20tertiary%2C%20female

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