This website focuses on relevant facts and figures for education in Germany. The sources are available in English. The figure below illustrates the rise of numbers for the participation of children in day-care institutions by age - under three-year olds, children aged three to six, children school age to 1134. You can find more official information and current statistical data for education in Germany on the website of the Federal Statistical Office, which is accessible in English, too. A focus is placed on current topics,e.g. inclusive education.
Based on selected information from the data report that is published by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the report presents information on funding for research, innovation and education in Germany, including an international comparison. In the case of education, all areas are addressed from pre-primary to continuing education, as well as training assistance loans.
document from: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
The Federal Statistical Office disseminates statistical information regarding education, culture and science on this site, e.g. school statistics, vocational training data, formal level of qualification data.
The data and country information for Germany were assessed for the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education to enable comparisons across European countries, focusing on children aged nine and students aged 15 with special educational needs.
The European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education provides quantitative data of the participating countries with additional qualitative information. The EASIE data collection takes place every two years. Country data is added to this website as and when it becomes available. The default view is the most recent school year available. The data is presented in up to six tables, focusing on different [...]
The Federal Statistical Office Germany publishes basic facts as to the dual system of vocational education and training on this website, along with data regarding VET allocations, according to sectors.
The official statistics of higher education provides fundamental information for planning and political shaping in the higher education sector. Non-monetary statistics of higher education include especially: the statistics of students (students and new entrants), the statistics of examinations (graduates), the statistics of non-enrolled students, the statistics of post-doctoral lecturing qualifications, the [...]