Value represents private expenditures on tertiary education institutions in relation to the wealth of nations as measured by GDP (initial funds).
This indicator can be disaggregated by sources of funds ﾖ public, private or international. The disaggregation of the indicator across public, private and international funds is presented both from the perspective of the initial source of funds before government transfers to the private sector, and from the final source of funds, after public transfers have been made to private entities
Note: See Definitions and Methodology sections for more information. Data and more breakdowns are available at http://stats.oecd.org, Education at a Glance Database.
Please refer to the Reader's Guide for information concerning symbols for missing data and abbreviations, https://doi.org/10.1787/4cb06164-en
If you use this indicator, please cite as:
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2020). Education at a Glance [Data]. Data retrieved from the Social PoLicy Archive for SHARE (SPLASH) (distributor). Retrieved from: www.splash-db.eu on Day/Month/Year.
Please check the original source for further information on the use of the data and proper citation.
|Czech Republic||0.22 4|
|South Korea||0.71 4|
|New Zealand||0.59 4|
|United Kingdom||0.88 4|
|United States||- 4|
|Saudi Arabia||- 4|
|South Africa||- 4|
|1||Includes data from another category.|
|2||Data are not available ﾖ either missing or the indicator could not be computed due to low respondent numbers. Primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education includes pre-primary programmes.|
|3||Data are not available ﾖ either missing or the indicator could not be computed due to low respondent numbers. Year of reference 2018.|
|4||Data are not available ﾖ either missing or the indicator could not be computed due to low respondent numbers.|
|5||Figures are for net student loans rather than gross, thereby underestimating public transfers. Data are not available ﾖ either missing or the indicator could not be computed due to low respondent numbers.|