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  1. 1. + Key China Education Statistics for international educators A report for EIC Group China partners November 2011 partners.eic.org.cn
  2. 2. Key China Statistics for international educatorsThis report was prepared for international university, college andschool partners of EIC Group China. The report covers majoreducation participation rates and domestic capacity statistics andtrends in China. Partners will find many of the statistics useful forunderstanding the education market in China, and for planningtheir current and future marketing strategies.China is a complex and dynamic education market. The growth inparticipation rates among school and higher education agecohorts, in the years from 2000-2010, have been extraordinary.Domestic capacity has also grown rapidly to accommodatedemand for senior secondary and higher education. Over thisperiod, China’s higher education system grew from 9.3 millionstudents to over 33 million students.Changing demographics is changing market dynamics. Withrapidly shrinking school age cohorts, growth in higher educationparticipation for the 18-22 year old cohort from 24.2% to 40% in+2020, will only require a further 17% increase in higher educationcapacity for school leavers. This is remarkably small compared tothe over 300% growth of the previous 10 years. The days ofsignificant “unmet demand” are over, with students better able tochoose and access domestic diploma and undergraduateprograms.Nonetheless, the number of students going abroad to study hasbeen steadily increasing. We continue to see strong demand at alllevels for international education for most destination countries.Overview is that those Partners that position themselves well tomeet the needs of students, who have increasing choice at homeand abroad, will continue to succeed in student recruitment inChina.The focus of this Paper is to provide key statistics covering studentparticipation rates, domestic demand and capacity. We willcontinue to publish further papers on some of the strategies andopportunities for Partners positioning themselves for thechallenges ahead.Chris Francis, Strategic Development DirectorEIC Group
  3. 3. +  Chinese students going abroad for the first time. Year Number of % Students Growth 1995 23,486 NA 2000 38,989 66% 2001 83,973 115.4% 2002 125,179 49% 2003 117,307 (6.3%) 2004 114,663 (2.7%) 2005 118,500 3.3% 2006 134,000 12.9% 2007 144,000 7.9% 2008 179,800 24.9% 2009 229,000 27.4% 2010 284,700 24.3% 2011 339,700 19.3%
  4. 4. +  Chinese public scholarships and self funded students. Year Number China Self Publicly of funded funded funded Students Scholarships % 1995 23,486 10,886 12,600 46.4% 2000 38,989 6,696 32,293 17.2% 2001 83,973 7,921 76,052 9.4% 2002 125,179 8,180 117,000 6.5% 2003 117,307 8,200 109,100 7% 2004 114,663 10,360 104,300 9% 2005 118,500 12,000 106,500 10% 2006 134,000 13,122 121,880 10% 2007 144,000 15,810 129,000 11% 2008 179,800 18,200 161,600 10.1% 2009 229,300 19,200 210,100 8.4% 2010 284,700 18,300 266,400 6.9% 2011 339,700 24,900 314,800 7.3% Opportunities for recruiting students on Chinese publicly funded scholarships are limited. Scholarships are granted through the Chinese Ministry of Education and a wide range of public authorities primarily for research degrees. Self funded students (or those receiving merit scholarships directly from institutions abroad) continue to dominate the study abroad market.
  5. 5. +  Domestic ‘Gaokao’ university entrance exam participation. Year Number of Admitted % Examinees 1977 5,700,000 270,000 4.8% 1980 3,330,000 280,000 8% 1985 1,760,000 620,000 35% 1990 2,830,000 610,000 22% 1995 2,530,000 930,000 37% 2000 3,750,000 2,210,000 59% 2001 4,540,000 2,680,000 59% 2002 5,100,000 3,200,000 63% 2003 6,130,000 3,820,000 62% 2004 7,290,000 4,470,000 61% 2005 8,770,000 5,040,000 57% 2006 9,500,000 5,460,000 57% 2007 10,100,000 5,660,000 56% 2008 10,500,000 5,990,000 57% 2009 10,200,000 6,290,000 62% 2010 9,57,000 6,650,000 69.5% 2011 9,330,000 6,750,000 72.3% Admissions rates for students taking the national university entrance exams has continued to rise. In metropolitan centres such as Beijing and Shanghai, admission rates for candidates is over 85% in 2011, leaving a very small pool of students unable to gain higher education places.
  6. 6. +  Notes on Gaokao statistics  1977-1980 high examinee numbers driven by resumption of exams after Cultural Revolution.  Participation rates in senior high school increasing rapidly during this period.  Not all high school graduates take exam. Statistics indicative of demand for domestic undergraduate places.  Peak year in 2008 for absolute numbers of examinees.  High school participation rate continues to grow though school age cohorts in significant decline.  Chinese Ministry of Education objective to grow senior high school participation rate of the 15-17 age cohort from 82.5% in 2010 to 90% by 2020.  Increase in demand driven primarily by increase in participation in age cohort.  Age cohort declining reflected in reduction in examinees after 2008, despite higher participation rate.
  7. 7. +Applications for graduate programsvia the national graduate entranceexaminations.Year Number of Growth Enrolled % Candidates Enrolled2012 1,656,000 6.9% TBA TBA2011 1,511,000 7.9% 495,000 32.8%2010 1,406,000 12.8% 472,000 33.6%2009 1,246,000 3.8% 415,000 33.3%2008 1,200,000 (0.6%) 364,000 30.3%2007 1,282,000 0.8% 390,000 30.4%2006 1,271,200 8.4% 402,800 31.7%2005 1,172,000 24% 324,940 27.7%2004 945,000 18.5% 330,000 34.9%2003 797,000 27.7% 270,000 33.9%2002 624,000 35.7% 195,000 31.25%2001 460,000 17.3% 110,500 24%2000 392,000 22.9% 85,000 21.7%Graduate places remains highly competitive. While there has been significantgrowth in places and capacity, domestic provision has scaled up far more slowlythan for undergraduate places. Significant unmet demand remains in thesystem with large number of high calibre candidates unable to obtain agraduate place. International providers continue to be well positioned to growChinese graduate student recruitment.
  8. 8. +  Higher Education Students in China. Year Undergraduate / Masters Ph.D. Total Junior College Diploma 2000 9,097,300 301,200 9,398,500 2001 11,750,500 329,256 12,079,756 2002 13,751,150 500,980 14,252,130 2003 16,732,942 651,260 17,384,202 2004 19,898,833 654,286 165,610 20,718,729 2005 22,631,151 787,293 191,317 23,609,761 2006 25,380,151 896,615 208,038 26,484,804 2007 27,195,304 972,539 222,508 28,390,351 2008 29,252,148 1,046,429 236,617 30,535,194 2009 31,251,500 1,158,600 246,300 32,656,400 2010 32,209,760 1,279,466 258,950 33,748,176 2000-2010 was a period of extraordinary growth for the Chinese higher education system. Public and private capacity rapidly expanded, with extraordinary investment in facilities and infrastructure.
  9. 9. +  Participation rates in secondary and higher education in China. Year Junior Senior Higher secondary secondary education (12-14 years) (15-17 years) (18-22 years) 1990 66.7% 21.9% 3.4% 1995 78.4% 33.6% 7.2% 2000 88.6% 42.8% 12.5% 2001 88.7% 42.8% 13.3% 2002 90.0% 42.8% 15.0% 2003 92.7% 43.8% 17.0% 2004 94.1% 48.1% 19.0% 2005 95.0% 52.7% 21.0% 2006 97% 59.8% 22.0% 2007 98% 66% 23.0% 2008 98.5% 74% 23.3% 2009 99% 79.2% 24.2% 2010 100% 82.5% 26.5% 2020 100% 90% 40% Target Growth in secondary and higher education has been driven by rapidly increasing participation rates, more than by age cohort growth. Ahead, with declining demographics, participation rates will climb to 40% by 2020 with only incremental growth in higher education places.
  10. 10. +International students coming to China…. China becomes a major destination country…. Year Number of % Growth Students 2000 52,150 NA 2001 61,869 18.6% 2002 85,829 38.7% 2003 77,715 (9.45%) 2004 110,844 42.6% 2005 141,087 27.3% 2006 162,695 15.3% 2007 195,503 20.2% 2008 223,449 14.3% 2009 238,184 6.6% 2010 265,090 11.3% 2011 292,611 10.4% 2011 Summary 25,687 international students in China on Chinese government scholarships. • Major sending countries in order: Korea (66,442), USA (23,292), Japan (17,961), Thailand (14,145), Vietnam (13,549), Russia (13,340), Indonesia (10,957), India (9,370), Kazakhstan (8,287), Pakistan (8,516), France (7,592), Mongolia (7,112) and Germany (5,451). • 118,837 students on award (Bachelors, Masters & Doctoral programs) and 173,774 students on non-award programs. • The Ministry of Education announced that by 2020, China intends to host 500,000 international students and become the largest destination for overseas study for students from Asia.
  11. 11. +Demographic declineAn example from Jiangsu Province…The pipeline shrinks by 29.2% to 2015 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Year 7 new 990,600 946,600 865,800 779,000 701,040students 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Year 9 1,213,500 1,115,200 1,024,300 962,800 914,000graduatesGrowth NA (12.87%) (9.88%) (1.64%) (3.3%) 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Year 12 449,700 522,400 499,100 513,100 486,400MainstreamYear 12 243,200 265,700 289,400 301,200 264,600VocationalTotal 692,900 788,100 788,500 814,300 751,000Jiangsu Province serves as a good example of thedemographic decline in school age cohorts. In the 5 yearsfrom 2006-2010, the Year 7 cohort declined by 29.2%.This cohort graduates in 2015 and faces less competitionthan any other in history in a greatly expanded domesticuniversity system. Age cohort participation in highereducation in Jiangsu has already reached 40%.
  12. 12. +Demographic declineAn example from Hunan Province…The closing “unmet demand” gap…. Hunan Students taking University Entrance Exams 2006-2010. Candidates vs. Admissions. (1,000s) 600 500 400 300 Admitted 200 Candidates 100 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Admission rates of Hunan students into higher education 2006-2010100.00% 80.00% 60.00% 40.00% 20.00% 0.00% 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  13. 13. Regional reports.The statistics below outline the regional context of Chineseeducation. Given that many Provinces represent a far largeropportunity for international educators than the traditionalmetropolitan centers of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, aregional strategy is a mid-to-long term necessity.The Report does not cover how many Chinese students arerecruited for overseas education from each Province or region orinto which destination markets. Currently, reliable figures for thisare not available, with no foreign Embassies publicly releasingstudent visa statistics with a breakdown by Chinese geographicregion. Work with AEI, the British Council, Education USA andother industry organizations to obtain greater understanding ofthe regional markets you plan to enter.+The purpose of the brief regional profiles below is to offer insightsinto the scope of the opportunity by region, rather than a detailedstrategy on how to undertake regional marketing in China. EachPartner has differing recruitment needs, resources andconsiderations when setting regional objectives.At EIC Group China, we strongly encourage our Partners to visitour regional offices and to join our major events held in March,June and October each year across 17 key regions of China.Beyond this, there are many solutions providers in both China andabroad that can support online marketing and branding inChinese to create a ‘digital solution’ to the regional issue. EIC’sPartner Services unit also offers solutions for online branding andmarketing. Many Partners have internal staff and studentresources capable of supporting these efforts at low or no cost.EIC will be releasing a paper soon on how to undertake low or nocost branding efforts online in China.Chris Francis, Strategic Development DirectorEIC Group
  14. 14. +  Sources of Chinese Higher Education Students by Province 2010. Province / Undergraduate Masters Ph.D. Total Municipality / Junior College students students Higher Diploma Education students Students Beijing 747,228 30,964 14,652 792,884 Tianjin 419,398 18,341 3,423 441,162 Hebei 1,596,100 75,796 11,769 1,683,665 Shanxi 1,036,313 49,184 7,573 1,093,070 Inner 754,542 27,094 4,378 786,014 Mongolia Liaoning 1,124,484 54,482 13,153 1,192,119 Jilin 671,527 40,382 9,152 721,061 Heilongjiang 943,949 48,172 9,759 1,001,880 Shanghai 711,506 29,247 14,510 755,263 Jiangsu 2,332,012 79,167 16,069 2,427,428 Zhejiang 1,578,375 35,084 9,512 1,622,971 Anhui 1,410,782 63,953 10,270 1,485,005 Fujian 958,845 22,044 4,796 985,685 Jiangxi 986,470 40,345 5,961 1,032,776 Shandong 2,281,973 157,609 23,819 2,463,401 Henan 2,125,998 106,176 14,584 2,246,758 Hubei 1,495,347 90,927 19,444 1,605,718 Hunan 1,431,264 61,967 13,080 1,506,311 These statistics demonstrate where Chinese universities are recruiting their own students. They are particularly key for undergraduate recruitment, showing that the bulk of domestic recruitment for higher education is not in the major metropolitan centres.
  15. 15. +  Sources of Chinese Higher Education Students by Province 2010. Province / Undergraduate Masters Ph.D. Total Municipality / Junior College students students Higher Diploma Education students students Guangdong 2,294,357 30,932 7,344 2,332,633 Guangxi 865,168 15,264 2,648 883,080 Hainan 193,754 3,539 553 197,846 Chongqing 635,036 21,612 4,010 660,658 Sichuan 1,547,166 50,986 11,398 1,609,550 Guizhou 599,984 11,292 1,827 613,103 Yunnan 752,373 13,823 3,161 769,357 Tibet 52,923 973 130 52,026 Sha’anxi 1,142,056 58,362 11,046 1,211,464 Gansu 652,273 19,279 4,011 675,563 Qinghai 134,004 2,667 608 137,279 Ningxia 189,083 4,262 899 194,244 Xinjiang 525,613 11,647 2,586 539,846 Total 32,209,760 1,279,466 258,950 33,748,176 Again, these statistics reflect the origin of students, not where they undertake higher education, which is covered in the regional reports below. Thinking like a Chinese higher education institution would require identifying opportunities, partnerships and channels to market into the major provinces covered in the report. For undergraduate recruitment, targeting students ‘at home’ is key to successful recruitment.
  16. 16. Regional reports…Beijing.Population:19.612 million (12.567 million holding residence permits) (2010)GDP: RMB1377.79 billion (2010)Students: 2.687 million (2010)Comprising: Kindergarten: 277,000 Primary: 686,000 Junior Middle School: 328,500 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 219,000 Senior Middle School: 216,500 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 735,000 Postgraduate: 225,000University Entrance Exam articulation rates:2000:75%2006:72.88%2010: 89.7%Year 7 students:2001:166,1742006: 90,7222009: 105,930Year 9 students:2001: 149,4422006: 124,2502009: 101,811Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school):2001: 51,2632006:78,037+2009:70,132Undergraduates2001: 340,2842006: 554,7022009: 577,154Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diplomacohort)2001: 55,8312006: 132,4882009: 152,336
  17. 17. Regional reports…ShanghaiPopulation: 23.019 million (14.042 million holding residence permits) (2010)GDP: RMB 1687.242 billion (2010)Students: 2.8182 million (2010)Comprising: Kindergarten: 400,300 Primary: 865,800 Junior Middle School: 464,850 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 157,600 Senior Middle School: 208,250 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 609,700 Postgraduate: 111,700University Entrance Exam articulation rates:2000:70%2006:80.4%2010:85%Year 7 students:2003:127,5002006: 108,7932009: 109,300Year 9 students:2003: 180,4002006: 112,6072009: 100,000Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school):2003:77,600+2006:121,9002009:87,600Undergraduates2003: 378,5002006: 466,3002009: 512,800Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diplomacohort)2003: 71,2002006: 110,5002009: 126,900
  18. 18. Regional reports…GuangdongPopulation: 104.3 million (million holding residence permits) (2010)GDP: RMB4547.283 billion (2010)Students: 21.3953 million (2010)Comprising: Kindergarten: 2,772,300 Primary: 8,485,500 Junior Middle School: 5,001,000 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 1,547,800 Senior Middle School: 2,089,500 Junior College Diploma/Undergraduate: 1,426,700 Postgraduate: 72,500University Entrance Exam articulation rates:2000: 65%2006: 69.58%2010: 78%Year 7 students:2001: 1,426,8432006: 1,706,8702010: 1,663,700Year 9 students:2004: 1,314,0002006: 1,425,9002010: 1,534,700Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school):2004: 318,000+2006: 429,9002010: 567,600Undergraduates2001: 381,9262006: 1,008,5772010: 1,426,624Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior collegediploma cohort)2001: 62,0002006: 196,0002010: 334,200
  19. 19. Regional reports…TianjinPopulation: 12.28 million (9.8 million holding residence permits).GDP: RMB750 billion (2009)Students: 1.79 million (2010)Comprising: Kindergarten: 217, 886 Primary:505,895 Junior Middle School: 273,408 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 105,694 Senior Middle School: 185,153 Junior College Diploma: 155,608 Undergraduate: 273, 616 Postgraduate: 41,022University Entrance Exam articulation rates:2001:71.78%2006:70.83%2010:79%Year 7 students:2006: 104,2432008: 84,2452010: 83,891Year 9 students:2006: 124,3252008: 98,4902010: 93,464Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school):2006: 69,8912008: 75,230+2010: 65,951Undergraduates2006: 212,5262008: 240,5102010: 273,616Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort)2006: 81,9832008: 101,7282010: 105,354
  20. 20. Regional reports… Jiangsu Population: 76.54 million (2010) GDP: RMB4.09 trillion (2010) Students: 11.3 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: 833,100 Primary: 3,987,000 (participation rate 100%) Junior Middle School: 2,329,500 (participation rate 98.7%) Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 1,020,400 Senior Middle School: 1,356,600 Junior College Diploma / Undergraduate: 1,649,400 Postgraduate: 125,500 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2001:61.2% 2006:70.71% 2010: 77.9% Year 7 students: 2006: 990,600 2008: 865,800 2010: 701,040 Year 9 students: 2006: 1,213,500 2008: 1,024,300 2010: 914,000 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 449,700+ 486,400 2008: 499,100 2010: Undergraduates/Junior College: 2006: 1,306,200 2008: 1,572,600 2010: 1,649,400 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 257,300 2008: 380,900 2010: 478,900
  21. 21. Regional reports… Hubei Population: 59.9 million (2005) GDP: RMB1.58 trillion (2010) Students: 11,340,000 (2009) Comprising: Kindergarten: 831,400 Primary: 3,592,600 Junior Middle School: 2,263,400 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: Senior Middle School: 1,286,800 Junior College Diploma / Undergraduate: 1,400,000 Postgraduate: 90,700 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2001:56.8% 2006:52.9% 2010: 69% Year 7 students: 2006: NA 2008: 775,700 2010: NA Year 9 students: 2006: NA 2008: 961,000 2010: NA Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 410,700+ 435,500 2008: 449,700 2010: Undergraduates/Junior College: 2006: 1,092,300 2008: 1,185,100 2010: 1,296,900 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2001: 65,859 2006: 300,000 2010: 356,000
  22. 22. Regional reports… Fujian Population: 36.3 million (2009) GDP: RMB1.43 trillion (2010) Students: 8,366,167 (2009) Comprising: Kindergarten: 1,077,218 Primary: 2,397,594 Junior Middle School: 1,415,209 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 540,020 Senior Middle School: 719,067 Junior College Diploma: 269,471 Undergraduate: 336,813 Postgraduate: 29,012 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2000:50% 2006:58% 2010: 80% Year 7 students: 2006: 523,700 2008: 495,894 2010: 383,200 Year 9 students: 2006: 602,300 2008: 495,367 2010: 478,500 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 201,800+ 242,178 2008: 2010: 240,300 Undergraduates/Junior College: 2006: 461,341 2008: 562,595 2010: 647,800 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 94,979 2008: 130,379 2010: 142,814
  23. 23. Regional reports… Shandong Population:94 million (2009) GDP: RMB3.94 trillion (2010) Students: 8,366,167 (2009) Comprising: Kindergarten: 1,809,000 Primary:6,292,000 Junior Middle School: 3,418,000 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 1,165,000 Senior Middle School: 1,575,000 Junior College Diploma / Undergraduate:1,631,000 Postgraduate:65,000 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2006: 64.4% 2008: 65% 2010: 79.72% Year 7 students: 2006: NA 2008: 1,080,000 2010: 1,113,000 Year 9 students: 2006: NA 2008: 1,080,000 2010: 1,022,000 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: NA 2008: NA+ 547,000 2010: Undergraduates/Junior College: 2006: 1,338,000 2008: 1,534,000 2010: 1,631,000 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2005: 180,932 2006: 221,985 2007: 309,493 2008: 375,417
  24. 24. Regional reports… Zhejiang Population: 54.4269 million (42.6029 million holding residence permits) (2010) GDP: RMB 2.7227 trillion (2010) Students: 9.29 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: 1,830,500 Primary: 3,333,300 Junior Middle School: 1,671,300 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 642,200 Senior Middle School: 880,200 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 884,900 Postgraduate: 47,991 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2001: 68.3% 2006: 71% 2010: 83.8% Year 7 students: 2006: 625,800 2008: 622,100 2010: 532,000 Year 9 students: 2006: 594,000 2008: 538,100 2010: 586,000 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006:292,000 2008:295,900+2010:273,700 Undergraduates and junior college diploma 2006: 720,000 2008: 832,200 2010: 884,900 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 163,000 2008: 203,200 2010: 233,700
  25. 25. Regional reports… Liaoning Population: 43.746 million (2010) GDP: RMB 1.82783 trillion (2010) Students: 4.8212 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: 834,000 Primary: 2,183,000 Junior Middle School:1,272,000 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: NA Senior Middle School:715,000 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 880,000 Postgraduate: 82,000 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2000: 75% 2006: 74.28% 2010: 87% Year 7 students: 2006: 504,800 2008: 459,000 2010: 397,000 Year 9 students: 2006: 541,900 2008: 464,000 2010: 455,000 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 224,500 2008: 257,000+ 226,000 2010: Undergraduates 2006: 720,500 2008: 820,000 2010: 880,000 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 155,000 2008: 202,000 2010: 220,000
  26. 26. Regional reports… Heilongjiang Population: 38.312 million (2010) GDP: RMB 1.0235 trillion (2010) Students: 5.413 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: 492,000 Primary: 1,880,000 Junior Middle School: 1,291,000 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 360,000 Senior Middle School: 617,000 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 719,000 Postgraduate: 54,467 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2000:30% 2006: 74.89% 2010: 90.77% * First Province to ever exceed 90% gaokao articulation. Year 7 students: 2006: 422,000 2008: 390,000 2010: 363,000 Year 9 students: 2006: 537,000 2008: 447,000 2010: 405,000 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 182,000 2008: 204,000+ 196,000 2010: Undergraduates 2006: 584,000 2008: 678,000 2010: 719,000 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 129,000 2008: 170,000 2010: 181,000
  27. 27. Regional reports… Sichuan Population: 80.418 million (2010) GDP: RMB 1.6898.6 trillion (2010) Students: 17.923million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: NA Primary: 5,921,000 Junior Middle School: 4,901,000 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 1,400,000 Senior Middle School: 1,462,000 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 1,086,000 Postgraduate: 78,000 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2006: 60% 2007: 53.53% 2010: 70% Year 7 students: 2006: 1,262,356 2008: 1,251,700 2010: 1,116,200 Year 9 students: 2006: NA 2008: NA 2010: NA Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: Not available 2008: NA+ NA 2010: Undergraduates 2006: 861,000 2008: 991,000 2010: 1,086,000 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 173,000 2008: 248,000 2010: 279,000
  28. 28. Regional reports… Chongqing Population: 28.8462 million (million holding residence permits) (2010) GDP: RMB 0.78942 trillion (2010) Students: 4.9999 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: NA Primary: 1,999,400 Junior Middle School: 1,281,700 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 526,600 Senior Middle School: 626,400 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 522,700 Postgraduate: 43,100 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2006: 60% 2007: 58% 2010: 78.55% Year 7 students: 2006: 643,900 2008: 688,800 2010: 408,500 Year 9 students: 2006: 529,400 2008: 545,900 2010: 416,600 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 190,000+ 189,000 2008: 2010: 169,500 Undergraduates 2006: 376,100 2008: 450,000 2010: 522,700 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 76,500 2008: 99,700 2010: 122,800
  29. 29. Regional reports… Sha’anxi Population: 37.327378 million (million holding residence permits) (2010) GDP: RMB 1.002153 trillion (2010) Students: 7.5553 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: 704,800 Primary: 2,610,400 Junior Middle School: 1,643,200 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 628,200 Senior Middle School: 955,900 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 927,800 Postgraduate: 85,000 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2006:59.5% 2008:59.34% 2010:60.2% Year 7 students: 2006: 696,400 2008: 615,300 2010: 493,400 Year 9 students: 2006: 700,900 2008: NA 2010: NA Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 277,400+ NA 2008: 2010: NA Undergraduates 2006: 726,200 2008: 839,700 2010: 927,800 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 157,800 2008: 250,000 2010: 265,000
  30. 30. Regional reports… Hunan Population: 65.683722 million (million holding residence permits) (2010) GDP: RMB 1.590212 trillion (2010) Students: 11.2471 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: 1,419,100 Primary: 4,791,600 Junior Middle School: 2,149,200 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 764,800 Senior Middle School: 1,019,000 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 1,047,200 Postgraduate: 56,200 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2000:50% 2006:48.9% 2008:51% 2010:81% Year 7 students: 2006: NA 2008: 719,100 2010: 734,400 Year 9 students: 2006: NA 2008: 774,200 2010: 697,500 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school):+ NA 2006: 2008: 430,000 2010: 361,800 Undergraduates 2006: 831,000 2008: 952,300 2010: 1,047,200 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 208,369 2008: 244,700 2010: 276,100
  31. 31. Regional reports… Henan Population: 94.023567 million (million holding residence permits) (2010) GDP: RMB 2.294268 trillion (2010) Students: 20.699721 million (2010) Comprising: Kindergarten: NA Primary: 10,705,300 Junior Middle School: 4,694,000 Secondary Specialist / Vocational: 1,893,100 Senior Middle School: 1,921,600 Junior College Diploma and Undergraduate: 1,456,700 Postgraduate: 29,021 University Entrance Exam articulation rates: 2006: 58.97% 2008: 42% 2010: 64.6% Year 7 students: 2006: 1,661,900 2008: 1,651,300 2010: 1,588,100 Year 9 students: 2006: 1,880,600 2008: 1,830,700 2010: 1,549,200 Year 12 graduates (mainstream high school): 2006: 573,600 2008: 749,800+ 704,300 2010: Undergraduates 2006: 974,100 2008: 1,250,200 2010: 1,456,700 Graduating higher education students (undergraduate/junior college diploma cohort) 2006: 202,100 2008: 302,500 2010: 382,500
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