Gross graduation ratio from first degree programmes (ISCED 6 and 7) in tertiary education, gender parity index (GPI)

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Ratio of female gross graduation ratio to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.…….Original Source: UNESCO Institute for Statistics
Source: The World Bank: Education Statistics    # of Reporting Countries: 51
Frequency: Annual    Earliest: 2014-12     Latest: 2015-12

2014-12 2015-12
1) Albania
1.83
2) Armenia
1.08
3) Aruba
4.11
4) Australia
1.42
5) Austria
1.58
6) Bulgaria
1.47
7) Chile
0.96
8) China
1.17
9) Colombia
1.38
10) Costa Rica
1.82
11) Cuba
2.01
12) Czech Republic
1.79
13) Denmark
1.63
14) Dominican Republic
1.71
15) Egypt
1.06
16) El Salvador
1.3
17) Eritrea
0.35
18) Finland
1.62
19) France
1.33
20) Georgia
1.83
21) Germany
1.08
22) Guinea
0.37
23) Honduras
1.72
24) Iran
1.36
25) Israel
1.52
26) Japan
0.87
27) Kazakhstan
1.39
1.4
28) Kyrgyzstan
1.32
29) Laos
0.89
30) Latvia
1.93
31) Lesotho
1.7
32) Luxembourg
1.44
33) Macau
1.46
34) Mauritania
0.69
35) Mongolia
1.8
36) Norway
1.78
37) Poland
1.79
38) Portugal
1.36
39) Qatar
11.1
40) Romania
1.44
41) Saudi Arabia
1.44
42) Seychelles
3.23
43) South Korea
1.1
44) Spain
1.45
45) Switzerland
0.99
46) Tunisia
2.15
47) Turkey
1.01
48) United Arab Emirates
2.28
49) United Kingdom
1.29
50) West Bank and Gaza
1.69
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