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The annual census-nature operations University Statistics (EU) and School Activity Statistics (EAE), inform on the education system and its evolution, both in Higher Studies (third grade) and in Preliminary Studies (Primary and Secondary) respectively, supplying the official bodies and society as a whole with the main figures of the education system. It covers all the centres that teach regulated education included in the Register of Education Centres of the Basque Government, whether of the Public or Private Sectors.

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In the academic year 2017-18 there were 2,080 fewer enrolments in Infant Education in the Basque Country due to the fall in the population aged 0-5. (03/15/2019)03/15/2019
In the 2016-2017 academic year student numbers at Basque universities fell for the third consecutive year (09/14/2018)09/14/2018
420,264 students enrolled in non-university education in the Basque Country in the 2016-17 academic year (03/16/2018)03/16/2018
The number of students at universities in the Basque Country fell by 0.3% in the 2015/16 academic year (09/14/2017)09/14/2017
56% of female students chose to continue their studies at upper secondary level, compared to 40% of their male counterparts (03/09/2017)03/09/2017
The number of enrolments at universities in the Basque country decreased by 0.5% in the 2014/15 academic year (07/19/2016)07/19/2016
The number of students enrolled in non-university education in the Basque Country increased 1.5% in the 2014-15 academic year (02/16/2016)02/16/2016
University enrollments increased by 1% in the 2013/14 academic year (06/17/2015)06/17/2015
The number of students enrolled in non-university education in the Basque Country increased by 0.3% in the 2013/14 academic year (02/16/2015)02/16/2015
The number of graduates in the Basque country increased by 6% in the academic year 2012/13 (07/21/2014)07/21/2014
The number of non-university students grew by 1.9% in the Basque Country in the academic year 2012/13 (03/04/2014)03/04/2014
The number of students enrolled in Basque Universities increased in the academic year 2011/2012 (07/24/2013)07/24/2013
The non-university student population of the Basque Country grew by 2.2% in the 2011/12 academic year (03/18/2013)03/18/2013
The number of enrolments increased by 5% due to doctorates (07/06/2012)07/06/2012
The number of enrolments was up in the three provinces (03/26/2012)03/26/2012
96% of young people who registered passed the University Entrance Exam in 2011 (11/18/2011)11/18/2011
7.5% of students in the Basque Country in the 2009-10 academic year were foreign (09/22/2011)09/22/2011
The number of enrolments in vocation training up 9% (03/21/2011)03/21/2011
Eight out of every ten university students were enrolled in publicly-funded universities in the 2009/10 academic year (02/22/2011)02/22/2011
Number of students at non-university level up by 2.2%, particularly in infant and primary education (03/01/2010)03/01/2010
More women studying at university, including on post-graduate courses  (12/23/2009)12/23/2009
The pass rate in June was 97% (11/17/2009)11/17/2009
Nearly half of university students enrolled for social sciences and law degrees  (03/26/2009)03/26/2009
The average score for Basque students was close to a B in the 2008 University Access Exam (03/23/2009)03/23/2009
The number of non-university students remained steady thanks to primary and infant enrolments (02/23/2009)02/23/2009
Eight out of every ten university students decided to carry out their studies in Public Universities (02/29/2008)02/29/2008
94% of students who sat the university access exams in the A.C. of the Basque Country passed (01/21/2008)01/21/2008
In the academic year 2006-07 the number of students in non-university education increased by 1.6%  (01/14/2008)01/14/2008
Students of non-university education increased by 1.6% in the academic year 2005/06 (03/21/2007)03/21/2007
The declining youth population continues to affect university classes (01/29/2007)01/29/2007
Six out of ten schoolchildren in infant education choose model D in the A.C. of the Basque Country (02/14/2006)02/14/2006
For the eighth year running, there was a fall in the number of university students in the A.C. of the Basque Country (11/10/2005)11/10/2005
Rise in the number of pupils in the A.C. of the Basque Country following almost twenty years of decreases (03/17/2005)03/17/2005
Children in the A.C. of the Basque Country begin school at an increasingly early age (02/17/2004)02/17/2004
 

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