This page has a list of countries by School enrollment, tertiary, female (% gross), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Gross enrollment ratio is the ratio of total enrollment, regardless of age, to the population of the age group that officially corresponds to the level of education shown. Tertiary education, whether or not to an advanced research qualification, normally requires, as a minimum condition of admission, the successful completion of education at the secondary level.

  • Aruba
    20.7 %
  • Afghanistan
    4.91 %
  • Angola
    8.45 %
  • Albania
    73.34 %
  • United Arab Emirates
    53.18 %
  • Argentina
    113 %
  • Armenia
    59.45 %
  • Australia
    124 %
  • Austria
    94.63 %
  • Azerbaijan
    34.01 %
  • Burundi
    3.07 %
  • Belgium
    89.74 %
  • Benin
    7.95 %
  • Burkina Faso
    5.08 %
  • Bangladesh
    20.02 %
  • Bulgaria
    79.34 %
  • Bahrain
    73.92 %
  • Belarus
    95.09 %
  • Belize
    31.32 %
  • Bermuda
    22.91 %
  • Brazil
    59.45 %
  • Bhutan
    16.97 %
  • Botswana
    29.93 %
  • Canada
    80.58 %
  • Switzerland
    62.31 %
  • Chile
    97.89 %
  • China
    59.47 %
  • Cameroon
    13.4 %
  • Colombia
    59.72 %
  • Costa Rica
    63.62 %
  • Cuba
    51.01 %
  • Cyprus
    84.5 %
  • Czech Republic
    74.53 %
  • Germany
    71.49 %
  • Denmark
    94.43 %
  • Dominican Republic
    77.01 %
  • Algeria
    64.42 %
  • Ecuador
    48.4 %
  • Euro area
    81.56 %
  • Eritrea
    2.79 %
  • Spain
    99.97 %
  • Estonia
    85.35 %
  • European Union
    78.92 %
  • Finland
    98.06 %
  • France
    75.21 %
  • United Kingdom
    71.15 %
  • Georgia
    68.12 %
  • Ghana
    15.78 %
  • Greece
    143 %
  • Grenada
    116 %
  • Guatemala
    23.56 %
  • Honduras
    30.28 %
  • Croatia
    79.05 %
  • Hungary
    55.56 %
  • Indonesia
    38.99 %
  • India
    30.22 %
  • Ireland
    82.06 %
  • Iceland
    95.7 %
  • Israel
    72.55 %
  • Italy
    74.12 %
  • Jamaica
    34.69 %
  • Jordan
    37.37 %
  • Japan
    61.27 %
  • Kazakhstan
    68.44 %
  • Kenya
    9.73 %
  • Cambodia
    14.3 %
  • Kuwait
    76.47 %
  • Liechtenstein
    27.59 %
  • Sri Lanka
    26.02 %
  • Lesotho
    12.4 %
  • Lithuania
    85.7 %
  • Luxembourg
    19.96 %
  • Latvia
    112 %
  • Morocco
    39.05 %
  • Moldova
    45.18 %
  • Madagascar
    5.21 %
  • Maldives
    59.78 %
  • Mexico
    42.31 %
  • Mali
    2.66 %
  • Malta
    68.77 %
  • Myanmar
    21.98 %
  • Montenegro
    62.41 %
  • Mongolia
    76.66 %
  • Mozambique
    6.53 %
  • Mauritania
    4.36 %
  • Mauritius
    47.46 %
  • Malaysia
    48.74 %
  • Niger
    3.27 %
  • Netherlands
    92.86 %
  • Norway
    99.69 %
  • Nepal
    13.69 %
  • New Zealand
    99.14 %
  • Oman
    55.33 %
  • Pakistan
    8.32 %
  • Panama
    58.59 %
  • Peru
    72.67 %
  • Philippines
    40.42 %
  • Poland
    82.98 %
  • Puerto Rico
    135 %
  • Portugal
    70.01 %
  • Palestine
    53.9 %
  • Qatar
    56.57 %
  • Romania
    57.42 %
  • Rwanda
    5.68 %
  • South Asia
    25.5 %
  • Saudi Arabia
    73.68 %
  • Sudan
    17.06 %
  • Senegal
    11.26 %
  • Singapore
    95.42 %
  • El Salvador
    31.15 %
  • San Marino
    44.42 %
  • Serbia
    79.28 %
  • Sao Tome and Principe
    13.65 %
  • Slovenia
    91.63 %
  • Sweden
    89.78 %
  • Seychelles
    26.73 %
  • Chad
    1.46 %
  • Togo
    9.71 %
  • Thailand
    57.77 %
  • Tajikistan
    26.85 %
  • Tunisia
    41.73 %
  • Turkey
    107 %
  • Tanzania
    2.45 %
  • United States
    102 %
  • Uzbekistan
    11.37 %
  • Vietnam
    31.72 %
  • World
    41.66 %
  • South Africa
    28.31 %
  • Zimbabwe
    9.17 %