Παρασκευή, 11 Απριλίου 2014

Eurostat - Share of young adults having completed tertiary education up to 37%

Highest proportion of those aged 30-34 who completed tertiary education in Ireland, Luxembourg and Lithuania 

In 2013, the proportion of those aged 30 to 34 who had completed tertiary education increased compared with 2002 in all Member States. The proportion more than doubled in ten Member States: Poland (from 14.4% in 2002 to 40.5% in 2013), Malta (from 9.3% to 26.0%), Slovakia (from 10.5% to 26.9%), Romania (from 9.1% to 22.8%), Latvia (from 17.3% to 40.7%), Portugal (from 13.0% to 29.2%), Luxembourg (from 23.6% to 52.5%), Hungary (from 14.4% to 31.9%), Lithuania (from 23.4% to 51.3%) and the Czech Republic (from 12.6% to 26.7%).

In 2013, the highest proportions of those aged 30 to 34 having completed tertiary education were observed in Ireland (52.6%), Luxembourg (52.5%), Lithuania (51.3%), Sweden (48.3%), Cyprus (47.8%) and the United Kingdom (47.6%), and the lowest in Italy (22.4%), Romania (22.8%), Croatia (25.9%) and Malta (26.0%). Eleven Member States have already met or exceeded their 2020 national targets for this indicator (Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Finland and Sweden).

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