Skills beyond school

Education at a Glance 2004 Annex 1 - Characteristics of the Educational Systems

 

The typical graduation age is the age at the end of the last school/academic year of the corresponding level and programme when the degree is obtained. The age is the age that normally corresponds to the age of graduation. (Note that at some levels of education the term "graduation age" may not translate literally and is used here purely as a convention.)

Education at a Glance 2004 Annex One Table

  • Table X1.1a Typical graduation ages in upper secondary education
  • Table X1.1b Typical graduation ages in post-secondary non-tertiary education
  • Table X1.1c Typical graduation ages in tertiary education
  • Table X1.2a School year and financial year as used for the calculation of the indicators
  • Table X1.2b School year and financial year as used for the calculation of the indicators (continued)
  • Table X1.3. Summary of completion requirements for upper secondary (ISCED 3) programmes