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More and more people between 30 and 34 years old finish their higher education

Katherine Harley Holloway Kennedy tarafınan (2018-12-17)


Eurostat has just published a report in which it highlights that more and more people between 30 and 34 years of the European Union who have completed the cycle of tertiary education or higher as university studies, vocational training, etc. While in 2002, only 23.6% had a university degree now that percentage has increased to 38.7% last year. This figure is close to the objective set by the Europe 2020 strategy that at least 40% of people between 30 and 34 years have completed the cycle of tertiary education in 2020.

By country, in 2015 the number of people between 30 and 34 years old who had finished tertiary education increased compared to 2002 in each Member State. In countries such as Lithuania, Cyprus, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Sweden, more than half of the population in that age group had completed tertiary education. On the opposite side are countries like Italy, Romania, Malta, and Slovakia where less than 30% of young people between 30 and 34 years have finished their studies at that stage.

In 2002, in UK, 34 out of every 100 people who studied higher education completed their training, 13 years later, in 2015, that percentage has increased to 41 %, close to 44%, which places the objective on our country as the Europe strategy. 2020

Another of the objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy is to reduce the drop-out rate, which is 2002 was around 17% and 13 years later, that percentage stands at 11% very close to the target set is to place this rate below of 10% in 2020.

In general, the drop-out rate in 2015 has been reduced compared to 2006, in all Member States except the Czech Republic, Romania, and Slovakia. Last year, countries such as Croatia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Poland, and Lithuania had the lowest dropout rates of less than 5%, while in Essay Help Service UK Based, Malta, and Romania the highest percentages were found around 20%. %.

In our country, since 2006 the dropout rate has dropped by just over 10% from 30.3% to 20%. However, despite the good data, the objective of UK according to the Europe 2020 strategy, should be to reduce this rate even more to 15%.