This page has a list of countries by Capital expenditure as % of total expenditure in upper-secondary public institutions (%), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Capital expenditure expressed as a percentage of direct expenditure in public educational institutions (instructional and non-instructional) of the specified level of education. Financial aid to students and other transfers are excluded from direct expenditure. Capital expenditure is for education goods or assets that yield benefits for a period of more than one year. It includes expenditure for construction, renovation and major repairs of buildings and the purchase of heavy equipment or vehicles. Divide capital expenditure in public institutions of a given level of education (ex. primary, secondary, or all levels combined) by total expenditure (current and capital) in public institutions of the same level of education, and multiply by 100. For more information, consult the UNESCO Institute of Statistics website: http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/

  • Albania
    30.49 %
  • Andorra
    0.7672 %
  • Argentina
    16.07 %
  • Australia
    5.39 %
  • Austria
    1.69 %
  • Belgium
    4.78 %
  • Burkina Faso
    11.42 %
  • Brazil
    2.34 %
  • Bhutan
    16.11 %
  • Canada
    7.04 %
  • Switzerland
    7.91 %
  • Colombia
    3.81 %
  • Costa Rica
    0.2943 %
  • Cyprus
    4.43 %
  • Czech Republic
    5.61 %
  • Germany
    5.35 %
  • Djibouti
    34.75 %
  • Dominican Republic
    9.69 %
  • Ecuador
    1.71 %
  • Spain
    2.28 %
  • Estonia
    5.91 %
  • Ethiopia
    24.09 %
  • Finland
    9.13 %
  • France
    9.28 %
  • United Kingdom
    2.24 %
  • Guinea
    17.34 %
  • Guatemala
    7.5 %
  • Hungary
    3.39 %
  • Indonesia
    9.08 %
  • Ireland
    9.15 %
  • Iceland
    2.78 %
  • Italy
    6.55 %
  • Jamaica
    2.34 %
  • Jordan
    7.86 %
  • Japan
    8.29 %
  • Kazakhstan
    3.43 %
  • Sri Lanka
    21.53 %
  • Lithuania
    7.74 %
  • Luxembourg
    8.03 %
  • Latvia
    7.83 %
  • Monaco
    7.21 %
  • Moldova
    14.22 %
  • Mexico
    3.4 %
  • Mali
    3.08 %
  • Malta
    8.51 %
  • Mongolia
    9.5 %
  • Malawi
    3.56 %
  • Niger
    3.08 %
  • Netherlands
    11.09 %
  • Norway
    13.84 %
  • Oman
    3.08 %
  • Poland
    3.6 %
  • Portugal
    10.51 %
  • Paraguay
    5.58 %
  • Romania
    3.57 %
  • Rwanda
    10.18 %
  • Sierra Leone
    13.37 %
  • El Salvador
    21.43 %
  • Serbia
    1.61 %
  • Slovenia
    5.37 %
  • Sweden
    6.51 %
  • Togo
    3.57 %
  • Tajikistan
    3.98 %
  • Ukraine
    9.21 %
  • Uruguay
    0.7011 %
  • United States
    8.57 %
  • Israel
    8.88 %
  • Nepal
    9.31 %