New doctorate graduates by sex

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New doctorate graduates

%o of the population aged 25-34 years

 2005201020132014201520162017
Belgium1.21.51.71.81.92.02.0
Netherlands----2.12.22.3--2.2
France1.21.61.71.61.71.61.7
Germany----2.82.82.92.82.7
Austria2.02.32.02.01.91.92.2
United Kingdom----3.02.93.03.13.1
Europe 28----1.91.92.02.02.1

New female doctorate graduates

%o of the population aged 25-34 years

 2005201020132014201520162017
Belgium0.91.31.51.61.71.91.8
Netherlands----2.02.12.2--2.2
France1.01.41.51.51.51.41.5
Germany----2.52.62.62.62.5
Austria1.82.01.81.61.71.62.0
United Kingdom----2.82.72.82.93.0
Europe 28----1.91.91.91.92.0

New male doctorate graduates

%o of the population aged 25-34 years

 2005201020132014201520162017
Belgium1.51.81.92.02.22.12.2
Netherlands----2.32.32.3--2.3
France1.41.82.01.81.91.81.9
Germany----3.13.03.12.92.9
Austria2.32.62.22.32.12.22.4
United Kingdom----3.23.13.23.33.3
Europe 28----2.02.02.12.12.2

Regional data

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Description

  •  24/05/2019

New doctorate graduates (all ages), per thousand of the population aged 25-34 years. Graduates are those who successfully complete an educational programme during the reference year of the data collection.

The doctorate level corresponds to individuals who have obtained a degree at ISCED-2011 Level 8, namely advanced research qualifications, usually concluding with the submission and defence of a substantive dissertation of publishable quality based on original research.

Other languages

  • Nouveaux titulaires d'un doctorat
  • Pas afgestudeerde promovendi

Source: Eurostat, Population and social conditions database