This page has a list of countries by Current expenditure as % of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions (%), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Current 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. Current expenditure is consumed within the current year and would have to be renewed if needed in the following year. It includes staff compensation and current expenditure other than for staff compensation (ex. on teaching materials, ancillary services and administration). Divide all current 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/

  • Aruba
    100 %
  • Afghanistan
    68.05 %
  • Albania
    92.25 %
  • Andorra
    99.2 %
  • Argentina
    95.45 %
  • Armenia
    98.93 %
  • Australia
    88.94 %
  • Austria
    90.42 %
  • Azerbaijan
    99.08 %
  • Belgium
    95.05 %
  • Benin
    90.04 %
  • Bangladesh
    91.87 %
  • Belarus
    94.09 %
  • Bermuda
    95.93 %
  • Brazil
    95.09 %
  • Barbados
    100 %
  • Canada
    92.8 %
  • Switzerland
    89.66 %
  • Colombia
    57.33 %
  • Comoros
    100 %
  • Cape Verde
    88.7 %
  • Cyprus
    88.67 %
  • Czech Republic
    92.36 %
  • Germany
    91.6 %
  • Spain
    88.85 %
  • Estonia
    95.88 %
  • Ethiopia
    49.19 %
  • Finland
    96.59 %
  • France
    92.19 %
  • Georgia
    92.09 %
  • Guinea
    72.62 %
  • Greece
    57.39 %
  • Guatemala
    87.84 %
  • Honduras
    91.97 %
  • Hungary
    83.49 %
  • Indonesia
    77.76 %
  • Ireland
    95.84 %
  • Iceland
    93.41 %
  • Israel
    87.37 %
  • Italy
    92.87 %
  • Jamaica
    98.09 %
  • Jordan
    27.17 %
  • Japan
    89.6 %
  • Kazakhstan
    97.54 %
  • Kenya
    97.62 %
  • Sri Lanka
    60.68 %
  • Lesotho
    100 %
  • Lithuania
    92.42 %
  • Luxembourg
    74.66 %
  • Latvia
    96.21 %
  • Moldova
    92.39 %
  • Madagascar
    95.21 %
  • Maldives
    99.96 %
  • Mexico
    93.9 %
  • Mali
    97.5 %
  • Malta
    79.34 %
  • Mongolia
    41.35 %
  • Malawi
    92.16 %
  • Malaysia
    83.53 %
  • Niger
    93.72 %
  • Netherlands
    89.15 %
  • Norway
    87.32 %
  • Nepal
    82.39 %
  • Oman
    97.23 %
  • Peru
    81.29 %
  • Poland
    91.61 %
  • Portugal
    92.15 %
  • Paraguay
    95.12 %
  • Romania
    93.13 %
  • Rwanda
    74.2 %
  • Senegal
    90.1 %
  • Singapore
    97.75 %
  • El Salvador
    99.11 %
  • Serbia
    89.14 %
  • South Sudan
    100 %
  • Slovenia
    92.6 %
  • Sweden
    96.3 %
  • Seychelles
    100 %
  • Togo
    99.59 %
  • Tajikistan
    63.25 %
  • Ukraine
    94.03 %
  • Uruguay
    94.14 %
  • United States
    95.34 %
  • South Africa
    95.27 %