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Commission Regulation (EU) No 88/2011 of 2 February 2011 implementing Regulation (EC) No 452/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the production and development of statistics on education and lifelong learning, as regards statistics on education and training systems Text with EEA relevance
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3.2.2011   

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 29/5


COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 88/2011

of 2 February 2011

implementing Regulation (EC) No 452/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the production and development of statistics on education and lifelong learning, as regards statistics on education and training systems

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 452/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2008 concerning the production and development of statistics on education and lifelong learning (1), and in particular Article 6 (1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Regulation (EC) No 452/2008 establishes a common framework for the systematic production of European statistics in the field of education and lifelong learning in three specified domains to be implemented by statistical actions.

(2)

It is necessary to adopt measures to implement individual statistical actions for production of statistics on education and training systems as covered by Domain 1 in Regulation (EC) No 452/2008.

(3)

When producing and disseminating of European statistics on education and training systems, the national and European statistical authorities should take account of the principles set out in the European Statistics Code of Practice endorsed by the Commission Recommendation of 25 May 2005 on the independence, integrity and accountability of the national and Community statistical authorities (2).

(4)

Implementing measures for production of statistics on education and training systems should take account of the potential burden on educational institutions and individuals and of the latest agreement between the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the Commission (Eurostat) on concepts, definitions, data processing, periodicity and deadlines for transmission of results. This includes the data transmission format on education systems as specified in the latest version of the detailed guidelines for the UNESCO/OECD/Eurostat data collection.

(5)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the European Statistical System Committee,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Subject-matter

This Regulation lays down rules for the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 452/2008 as regards the collection, transmission and processing of statistical data in Domain 1 on education and training systems.

Article 2

Subjects covered and their characteristics

The selection and specification of subjects to be covered by Domain 1 on education and training systems, as well as the detailed list of their characteristics and breakdowns, shall be as set out in Annex I.

Article 3

Reference periods and transmission of results

1.   Enrolments, entrants, personnel, foreign languages learned and class size data shall refer to the school/academic year as defined nationally (year t). Annual data on enrolments, entrants, personnel, foreign languages learned and class size data shall be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) annually by 30 September in year t+2. The first data transmission in September 2012 shall refer to the 2010-2011 school/academic year as defined nationally.

2.   Graduates/graduations shall refer to the school/academic year as defined nationally (year t) or to the calendar year (year t+1). Annual data on graduates/graduations shall be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) annually by 30 November in year t+2. The first data transmission in November 2012 shall refer to the 2010-2011 school/academic year as defined nationally or to the calendar year 2011.

3.   Education expenditure data shall refer to the financial year of the Member State as defined nationally (year t). Annual data on education expenditure shall be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) annually by 30 November in year t+2. The first data transmission in November 2012 shall refer to the 2010 financial year.

Article 4

Data quality requirements and quality reporting framework

1.   Data quality requirements and quality reporting framework on education and training systems shall be as set out in Annex II.

2.   Member States shall transmit to the Commission (Eurostat) a quality report in line with the requirements set out in Annex II every year. The first report shall refer to the 2012 data collection year. The quality report concerning the reference periods laid down in Article 3 shall be transmitted to the Commission by 31 January in year t+3. The first quality report regarding the 2012 data collection shall, exceptionally, be transmitted by 31 March in year t+3.

3.   Member States shall acquire the necessary data using a combination of different sources such as sample surveys, administrative data sources or other data sources.

4.   Member States shall provide the Commission (Eurostat) with information on the methods and the quality of the data from the sources used other than sample surveys and administrative data sources as referred to in paragraph 3.

Article 5

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

It shall apply from 1 January 2012.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 2 February 2011.

For the Commission

The President

José Manuel BARROSO


(1)  OJ L 145, 4.6.2008, p. 227.

(2)  COM(2005) 217 final.


ANNEX I

Subjects covered, detailed list of characteristics and their breakdowns

Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL-Bologna

Number of students enrolled by level of education (tertiary level), by sex and detailed field of education reporting in accordance with the Bologna two cycle (Bachelor-Master) and Ph.D degree structure

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Number of students following the Bologna structures (or in programmes that lead to a similar degree in non European countries), number of students from programmes where the Bologna structures have not been introduced (following the ISCED 1997 structure) (or in programmes that lead to other degrees in non European countries)

Bologna structures

Programmes less than 3 years but considered to be at tertiary level and part of the Bologna structure (leading to a first degree), Programmes leading to a bachelor degree, 3-4 years of duration leading to a first degree, Master degree 4-6 years of cumulativeduration (leading to a second degree), Longfirst degrees considered to be part of the Bologna structure (duration 5 or more years), Ph.d. and doctorates programmes (leading to a third degree - post doctoratedegree).

ISCED levels

ISCED 5A 3 to < 5 years, (leading to a first degree), ISCED 5A 5 or more years, (leading to a first degree), ISCED 5A (leadingto a second degree), ISCED 5B (leading to a first qualification), ISCED 5B (leading to a second qualification), ISCED 6 (Ph.D/Doctor's degrees/post doctorate degrees)

Detailed field of education

Field of education and training manual, version December 1999

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL1

Number of students by level of education, programme orientation, programme destination, intensity of participation, sex and age

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5, - level 6, not allocated by level

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational/vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational/vocational

Programme destination

ISCED level 3A/B, - level 3C, - level 4A/B, level 4C, - level 5A, - level 5B

Intensity of participation

Total full time and part time, full time

Sex

Males, Females

Age

Under 3 years, single years 3 to 29 years, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40 years and over, age unknown

Obligatory (except column 5 regarding participation in early childhood programmes not in ISCED 0 or 1)


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL1_Adult

Number of students in adult education programmes reported in ENRL1 by level of education, programme orientation, intensity of participation, sex and age

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational/vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational/vocational

Intensity of participation

Total full time and part time, full time

Sex

Males, Females

Age

Under 15 years, single years 15 to 29 years, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40 years and over, age unknown

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL1a

Number of students by level of education, programme orientation, programme destination, type of institution, intensity of participation and sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6, not allocated by level

Programme orientation

ISCED level 2 general, - level 2 pre-vocational, - level 2 vocational, - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational, - level 3 vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational, - level 4 vocational,

Programme destination

ISCED level 3A, - level 3B, - level 3C, - level 4A, - level 4B, level 4C, - level 5A first degree, - level 5A second and further degrees, - level 5B first qualification, - level 5B second and further qualifications.

Intensity of participation

Total full time and part time, full time, part time, full time equivalents

total full time and part time

Of which: Students in combined school and work-based programme (for ISCED levels 3 and 4)

Sex

Males, Females

full-time

Of which: Students in combined school and work-based programme (for ISCED levels 3 and 4)

Sex

Males, Females

part-time

Of which: Students in combined school and work-based programme (for ISCED levels 3 and 4)

full time equivalents

Of which: Students in combined school and work-based programme (for ISCED levels 3 and 4)

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions

Intensity of participation

Full time, part time, full time equivalents

Obligatory (except rows C5 to C12 (regarding government dependent private institutions and independent private institutions) and column 5 (regarding participation in early childhood programmes not in ISCED 0 or 1) which remain optional)


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL1a_adult

Number of students in adult education reported in ENRL1a by level of education, programme orientation, type of institution, intensity of participation and sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4

Programme orientation

ISCED level 2 general, - level 2 pre-vocational, - level 2 vocational, - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational, - level 3 vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational, - level 4 vocational,

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions, government dependent private institutions, independent private institutions

Intensity of participation

Full time, part time, full time equivalents

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL3

Number of students and repeaters (ISC 123) in general programmes by level of education, sex and grade

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of student/repeater status

Number of students, number of repeaters

Level of education

ISCED level 1

Programme destination

ISCED level 2 general, - level 3 general

Sex

Males, Females

Grade

Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade unknown

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL4

Number of students in grade 1 by sex and age

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Grade 1 in Primary (ISCED 1)

Sex

Males, females

Age group

under 4 years, single years 4 to 14 years, 15 years and over, age unknown

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL5

Number of students (ISC 56) by level of education, programme destination, field of education and sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 56

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Sex

Males, Females

Field of education

Education (ISC 14), Teacher training (ISC 141), Education science (ISC 142), Humanities and Arts, Arts (ISC 21), Humanities (ISC 22), Social sciences, business and law, Social and behavioural science (ISC 31), Journalism and information (ISC 32), Business and administration (ISC 34), Law (ISC 38), Science, Life sciences (ISC 42), Physical sciences (ISC 44), Mathematics and statistics (ISC 46), Computing (ISC 48), Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Engineering and engineering trades (ISC 52), Manufacturing and processing (ISC 54), Architecture and building (ISC 58), Agriculture, Agriculture, forestry and fishery (ISC 62), Veterinary (ISC 64), Health and welfare, Health (ISC 72), Social services (ISC 76), Services, Personal services (ISC 81), Transport services (ISC 84), Environmental protection (ISC 85), Security services (ISC 86), not known or unspecified

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL6

Number of mobile and foreign students (ISCED 5 and 6) by level of education, programme destination and field of education

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of student

Mobile and foreign students

Level of education

ISCED level 5 and 6

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Field of education

Education (ISC 14), Teacher training (ISC 141), Education science (ISC 142), Humanities and Arts, Arts (ISC 21), Humanities(ISC 22), Social sciences, business and law, Social and behavioural science (ISC 31), Journalism and information (ISC 32), Business and administration (ISC 34), Law (ISC 38), Science, Life sciences (ISC 42), Physical sciences (ISC 44), Mathematics and statistics (ISC 46), Computing (ISC 48), Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Engineering and engineering trades (ISC 52), Manufacturing and processing (ISC 54), Architecture and building (ISC 58), Agriculture, Agriculture, forestry and fishery (ISC 62), Veterinary (ISC 64), Health and welfare, Health (ISC 72), Social services (ISC 76), Services, Personal services (ISC 81), Transport services (ISC 84), Environmental protection (ISC 85), Security services (ISC 86), not known or unspecified

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL7

Number of mobile and foreign students by level of education, programme destination, EU/non EU citizenship and sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of student

Mobile Students by origin in EU countries, in non-EU countries and unknown origin

Level of education

ISCED level 5, - level 6, not allocated by level

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A first degree, - level 5A second and further degrees, - level 5B first qualification, - level 5B second and further qualifications.

Sex

Males, Females

Type of student

Students who are non-citizens in reporting country

of which students who are citizens of EU countries

of which students who are citizens of non-EU countries

of which students have unknown citizenship

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5, - level 6, not allocated by level

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A first degree, - level 5A second and further degrees, - level 5B first qualification, - level 5B second and further qualifications.

Sex

Males, Females

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL8

Number of students (ISCED 5/6) by level of education, programme destination, country of citizenship

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of student

All students

Level of education

ISCED level 5, ISCED level 6

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B

Country of citizenship

The standard country and area codes for statistical use are those which are defined and in force by the United Nations Statistical Division (International Standard ISO 3166-1), m49alpha.

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRL9

Number of students (ISC 5/6) by level of education, programme destination and country of origin (usual residence and/or prior education)

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of student

Students by country of origin

Level of education

ISCED level 6

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B

Country or territory of Usual residence/ or prior education

The standard country and area codes for statistical use are those which are defined and in force by the United Nations Statistical Division (International Standard ISO 3166-1), m49alpha.

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENTR1

Annual intake by level of education and programme destination

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Upper secondary ISCED 3, Post-Secondary non-tertiary ISCED 4, Tertiary

Programme destination

ISCED 5A, ISCED 5B, ISCED 6

Type of student

New entrants, re-entrants, continuing students

New entrants

With previous education at the other tertiary level, without any previous education at the tertiary level

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENTR2

Number of new entrants by level of education, sex and age

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Upper secondary (ISCED level 3), Post-secondary non-tertiary (ISCED 4), Tertiary

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Sex

Males, Females

Age

Under 14 years, single year 14-29, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40 years and over, age unknown

Obligatory except for columns 1 and 2 (regarding ISCED levels 3 and 4) which are optional.


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENTR3

Number of new entrants by level of education, sex and field of education

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Tertiary

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, level 6

Sex

Males, Females

Field of education

Education (ISC 14), Teacher training (ISC 141), Education science (ISC 142), Humanities and Arts, Arts (ISC 21), Humanities(ISC 22), Social sciences, business and law, Social and behavioural science (ISC 31), Journalism and information (ISC 32), Business and administration (ISC 34), Law (ISC 38), Science, Life sciences (ISC 42), Physical sciences (ISC 44), Mathematics and statistics (ISC 46), Computing (ISC 48), Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Engineering and engineering trades (ISC 52), Manufacturing and processing (ISC 54), Architecture and building (ISC 58), Agriculture, Agriculture, forestry and fishery (ISC 62), Veterinary (ISC 64), Health and welfare, Health (ISC 72), Social services (ISC 76), Services, Personal services (ISC 81), Transport services (ISC 84), Environmental protection (ISC 85), Security services (ISC 86), not known or unspecified

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

GRAD-Bologna

Number of graduates/graduations (tertiary level), by sex and detailed field of education reporting in accordance with the Bologna two cycle (Bachelor-Master) and Ph.D degree structure

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Number of graduates/graduations following the Bologna structures (or in programmes that lead to a similar degree in non European countries), number of graduates/graduations from programmes where the Bologna structures have not been introduced (following the ISCED 1997 structure) (or in programmes that lead to other degrees in non European countries)

Bologna structures

Degrees less than 3 years but considered to be at tertiary level and part of the Bologna structure (leading to a first degree), Bachelor degree 3-4 years of duration leading to a first degree, Master degree 4-6 years of cumulative duration (leading to a second degree), Long first degrees considered to be part of the Bologna structure (duration 5 or more years), PhD. and doctorates

ISCED levels

ISCED 5A first degree 3 to < 5 year, ISCED 5A first degree 5 or more years, ISCED 5A (leading to a second degree), ISCED5B (leading to a first qualification), ISCED 5B (leading to a second qualification), ISCED 6 (PhD/Doctor's degrees/post doctorate degrees)

Detailed field of education

Field of education and training manual, version December 1999

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

GRAD1

Number of graduates (ISCED 3 and 4) by level of education, programme destination, programme orientation, type of institution, sex and by mobile and foreign student by sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of graduate

Graduates who are foreign citizens in reporting country, graduates who are mobile students in reporting country

Level of education

Upper secondary (ISCED 3), post-secondary non-tertiary ISCED 4

Programme destination

ISCED level 3A , - level 3B, - level 3C of similar duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, - level 3C of shorter duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, ISCED level 4A , - level 4B, - level 4C.

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general programmes, - level 3 pre-vocational programmes, - level 3 vocational programmes, ISCED level 4 general programmes, - level 4 pre-vocational programmes, - level 4 vocational programmes

Sex

Males, Females

Type of graduate/mobile

Graduates with origin outside reporting country

Level of education

Upper secondary (ISCED 3), post-secondary non-tertiary ISCED 4

Programme destination

ISCED level 3A , - level 3B, - level 3C of similar duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, - level 3C of shorter duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general programmes, - level 3 pre-vocational programmes, - level 3 vocational programmes, - level 4 general programmes, - level 4 pre-vocational programmes, - level 4 vocational programmes

Sex

Males, Females

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions

Sex

Males, Females

Level of education

Upper secondary (ISCED 3), post-secondary non-tertiary ISCED 4

Programme destination

ISCED level 3A , - level 3B, - level 3C of similar duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, - level 3C of shorter duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general programmes, - level 3 pre-vocational programmes, - level 3 vocational programmes, - level 4 general programmes, - level 4 pre-vocational programmes, - level 4 vocational programmes

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

GRAD2

Number of graduates (ISCED 3 and 4) by level of education, programme destination, programme orientation, age and sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Upper secondary (ISCED 3), post-secondary non-tertiary ISCED 4

Type of graduate

All graduates, First time graduates

Programme destination

ISCED level 3A , - level 3B, - level 3C of similar duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, - level 3C of shorter duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, first time graduates ISCED 3A&3B, first time graduates ISCED 3A, 3B and 3C of similar duration as typical 3A or 3B programmes, ISCED level 4A , - level 4B, - level 4C

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general programmes, - level 3 pre-vocational programmes, - level 3 vocational programmes, ISCED level 4 general programmes, - level 4 pre-vocational programmes, - level 4 vocational programmes

Sex

Males, Females

Age

Under 11 years, single years 11 to 29 years, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40 years and over, age unknown

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

GRAD3

Number of graduates (ISCED 5 and 6) by level of education, programme destination, cumulative duration, type of institution, sex and mobile and foreign students by sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Type of graduate/origin

Graduates who are mobile students in reporting country

Level of education

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A first degree by cumulative duration, - level 5A second and further degrees by cumulative duration, - level 5B first qualification by cumulative duration, - level 5B second and further qualifications by cumulative duration, - level 6 Ph.D/Doctor's degrees, - Level 6 post doctorate degrees

Cumulative duration

ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 to 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees more than 6 years, ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5B first qualification 2-< 3 years, level 5B first qualification 3 to < 5, level 5B first qualification more than 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 3 to < 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 5 or more years

Sex

Males, Females

Type of graduate/citizenship

Graduates who are foreign citizens in reporting country

Level of education

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A first degree by cumulative duration, - level 5A second and further degrees by cumulative duration, - level 5B first qualification by cumulative duration, - level 5B second and further qualifications by cumulative duration, - level 6 Ph.D/Doctor's degrees, - Level 6 post doctorate degrees

Cumulative duration

ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 to 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees more than 6 years, ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5B first qualification 2-< 3 years, level 5B first qualification 3 to < 5, level 5B first qualification more than 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 3 to < 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 5 or more years

Sex

Males, Females

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions

Level of education

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A first degree by cumulative duration, - level 5A second and further degrees by cumulative duration, - level 5B first qualification by cumulative duration, - level 5B second and further qualifications by cumulative duration, - level 6 Ph.D/Doctor's degrees, - Level 6 post doctorate degrees

Cumulative duration

ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 to 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees more than 6 years, ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5B first qualification 2-< 3 years, level 5B first qualification 3 to < 5, level 5B first qualification more than 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 3 to < 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 5 or more years

Sex

Males, Females

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

GRAD4

Number of graduates (ISCED 5 and 6) by level of education, programme destination, cumulative duration, age and sex

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

All ISCED 5 and 6 graduates: ISCED 5A, ISCED 5B, ISCED 6. First-time graduates (unduplicated count): ISCED 5A, ISCED 5B

Programme destination

ISCED level 5A first degree by cumulative duration, - level 5A second and further degrees by cumulative duration, - level 5B first qualification by cumulative duration, - level 5B second and further qualifications by cumulative duration, - level 6 Ph.D/Doctor's degrees, - Level 6 post doctorate degrees, first time graduates (unduplicated count) ISCED 5A total by cumulative duration, ISCED 5B total,

Cumulative duration

ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 years, level 5A second and further degrees less than 5 to 6 years, level 5A second and further degrees more than 6 years, ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5B first qualification 2-< 3 years, level 5B first qualification 3 to < 5, level 5B first qualification more than 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 3 to < 5 years, level 5B second and further qualifications 5 or more years, first time graduates (unduplicated count) ISCED 5A 3 to < 5 years, first time graduates (unduplicated count) ISCED 5A 5 to 6 years, first time graduates (unduplicated count) ISCED 5A more than 6 years

Sex

Males, Females

Age

Under 15 years, single years 15 to 29 years, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40 years and over, age unknown

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

GRAD5

Number of graduations by level of education, programme orientation, sex and field of education

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 3, - level 4, - level 5A, - level 5B, - level 6

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 vocational/prevocational qualifications, - level 4 vocational/prevocational qualifications, -level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, - level 5A first degree more than 6years, - level 5A second and further degrees, - level 5B first qualification, - level 5B second and further qualifications, - level 6 Ph.D/Doctor's degrees, - level 6 post doctorate degrees

Sex

Males, Females

Field of education

Education (ISC 14), Teacher training (ISC 141), Education science (ISC 142), Humanities and Arts, Arts (ISC 21), Humanities(ISC 22), Social sciences, business and law, Social and behavioural science (ISC 31), Journalism and information (ISC 32), Business and administration (ISC 34), Law (ISC 38), Science, Life sciences (ISC 42), Physical sciences (ISC 44), Mathematics and statistics (ISC 46), Computing (ISC 48), Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Engineering and engineering trades (ISC 52), Manufacturing and processing (ISC 54), Architecture and building (ISC 58), Agriculture, Agriculture, forestry and fishery (ISC 62), Veterinary (ISC 64), Health and welfare, Health (ISC 72), Social services (ISC 76), Services, Personal services (ISC 81), Transport services (ISC 84), Environmental protection (ISC 85), Security services (ISC 86), not known or unspecified

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

Average duration

Average duration of tertiary education

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED tertiary level, ISCED level 6

Programme orientation

ISCED level 5A, - level 5B, level 5A/6

Duration by the approximation

 

Formula

(pre-defined)

Duration by the chain method

Conditional probability of nil dropouts throughout the 1st year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 1st to the 2nd year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 2nd to the 3rd year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 3rd to the 4th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 4th to the 5th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 5th to the 6th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 6th to the 7th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 7th to the 8th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 8th to the 9th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 9th to the 10th year of study, Conditional probability of transition from the 10th to the 11th year of study

Optional. To be collected every three years


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

Completion rates

Survey 2009 to estimate tertiary education completion rates for national and foreign students

Breakdowns

Specifications

First time graduation

 

Cumulative duration

ISCED level 5A first degree 3 to < 5 years, - level 5A first degree 5 to 6 years, level 5A first degree more than 6 years, level 5Asecond and further qualification (unduplicated), level 5B first qualification 2 to < 3 years, level 5B first qualification 3 to < 5 years, level 5B first qualification more than 5 years, level 5B 1st and 2nd qualifications (unduplicated)

Movement between tertiary type A and tertiary type B programmes

movement between 5A towards 5B programmes, movements between 5B towards 5A programmes

Number of graduates

Number of entrants to a 5A programme who failed to complete a first 5A degree successfully but who are re-oriented towards 5B programme and who complete a first 5B degree with success, Number of tertiary-type A graduates that will start afterwards a 5B programme and who will complete a first 5B degree with success, Number of entrants to a 5B programme who failed to complete a first 5B degree successfully but who are re-oriented towards 5A programme and who complete a first 5A degree with success, Number of tertiary-type B graduates that will start afterwards a 5A programme and who will complete a first 5A degree with success

Intensity of participation

Total full time and part time, full time, part time

Completion rates

(pre-defined)

Optional. To be collected every three years


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

Class 1

Average class size by level of education and by type of institutions

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

Primary education (ISC 1), Lower Secondary schools (ISC 2)

Type of institution

Public institutions, government dependent private institutions, independent private institutions

Average class size

Number of students, Number of classes

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

PERS_ENRL2

Number of students with coverage adjusted to statistics on education personnel by level of education, programme orientation, programme destination, type of institution and mode of study.

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5/6, not allocated by level

programme orientation

ISCED level 1, - level 2, - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 4 general, - 4 level pre-vocational and vocational, - level 5B, - level 5A/6

programme orientation/location

ISCED level 3 pre-vocational & vocational school based, - level 3 pre-vocational & vocational school and work based, - level 4pre-vocational & vocational school based, - level 4 pre-vocational & vocational school and work based

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions

Mode of study

Full-time, part-time, full-time equivalents

Obligatory. Rows C4-C9 regarding government dependent private institutions and independent private institutions optional. Columns 9-10 (regarding ISCED level 3 vocational & prevocational school based and school and work based programmes), 14-15 optional (regarding ISCED level 4 vocational & prevocational school based and school and work based programmes).


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

PERS1

Classroom teachers (ISCED 0-4) and academic staff (ISCED 5-6) by level of education, programme orientation, sex, age, type of institution and employment status

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5 and 6, not allocated by level

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general programmes, - level 3 pre-vocational & vocational school based, - level 3 pre-vocational & vocational school and work based, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational & vocational school based, - level 4 pre-vocational & vocational school and work based, level 5B, - level 5A and 6

Sex

Males, Females

Age

Less than 25, 25-29 years, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40-44 years, 45-49 years, 50-54 years, 55-59 years, 60-64 years, 65 and over, age unknown

Employment status

Full-time, part-time, full-time equivalents

Sex

Males, Females

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions

Employment status

Full-time, part-time, full-time equivalents

Obligatory. Rows A54-A61 regarding government dependent private institutions and independent private institutions optional. Columns 9-10 (regarding ISCED level 3 vocational & prevocational school based and school and work based programmes), 14-15 optional (regarding ISCED level 4 vocational & prevocational school based and school and work based programmes) (both for rows A1-A36).


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

PERS2

School level management personnel and teacher aides in ISCED levels 0, 1, 2 and 3

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - combination level 1&2, - combination level 2&3

School level management Personnel

 

Sex

Males, Females

Employment status

Full-time, part-time, full-time equivalents

Teacher aides

 

Sex

Males, Females

Employment status

Full-time, part-time, full-time equivalents

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

FIN_ENRL2

Number of students with coverage adjusted to statistics on education finance by level of education, programme orientation, programme destination, type of institution and mode of study.

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5/6, not allocated by level

programme orientation

ISCED level 2 general, - level 2 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 5B, - level 5A/6

Type of institution

Public institutions, all private institutions

Mode of study

Full-time, part-time, full-time equivalents

Obligatory. Rows C4-C9 (regarding government dependent private institutions and independent private institutions) optional. Columns 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14 optional. Column 10 can be reported together with column 9.


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

FINANCE1

Education expenditure by level of education, source and type of transaction

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5/6

programme orientation

ISCED level 2 general, - level 2 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 5B, - level 5A/6

Source (1)

central government expenditure, regional government expenditure, local government expenditure

type of transaction (1)

direct expenditure for public institutions, direct expenditure for private institutions, transfers to regional governments (net), transfers to local governments (net), scholarships and other grants to students/households, student loans, transfer and payments to other private entities

Source (2)

funds from international agencies and other foreign sources

type of transaction (2)

international payments directly to public institutions, international payments directly to private institutions, transfers from international sources to central government, transfers from international sources to regional governments, transfers from international sources to local governments

Source (3)

expenditure of households

type of transaction (3)

payments to public institutions (net), payments to private institutions (net), payments on goods requested directly and indirectly by educational institutions, payments on goods not directly needed for participation, payments for private tutoring

Source (4)

expenditure of other private entities

type of transaction (4)

scholarships and other grants to students/households, student loans

Obligatory. Detailed break downs in rows F1, F4, F6, F7, F8, H2, H3, H5B, H15, H16, H17, E2, E3, E5A, E5B are optional. Columns 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14 optional. Column 10 can be reported together with column 9.


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

FINANCE2

Education expenditure by level of education, nature and resource category

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5/6

programme orientation

ISCED level 2 general, - level 2 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational and vocational, - level 5B, - level 5A/6

Expenditure in public institutions

current expenditure for compensation of personnel (1)

teachers, - other pedagogical, administrative and professional personnel + support personnel

current expenditure for compensation of personnel (2)

salaries, expenditure for retirement, other non-salary compensation

other current expenditure

 

capital expenditure

 

adjustments for changes in fund balances

 

expenditure for ancillary services in public institutions

 

expenditure for R&D activities in public institutions

 

Expenditure in all private institutions

total current expenditure for compensation of personnel

 

total current expenditure other than for the compensation of personnel

 

total capital expenditure

 

adjustments for changes in fund balances

 

total expenditure for ancillary services in private institutions

 

total expenditure for R&D activities private institutions

 

Obligatory. Rows X1, X5, X7, X8, X9 plus Y1-Y40 and Z1-Z40 optional (regarding government dependent private institutions and independent private institutions). Columns 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14 optional. Column 10 can be reported together with column 9.


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

REGIO1

Number of students by level of education, programme orientation, sex and region

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 0, - level 1, - level 2, - level 3, - level 4, - level 5, - level 6

Programme orientation

ISCED level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational/vocational, - level 4 general, - level 4 pre-vocational/vocational, - level 5A, level 5B

Sex

Males, Females

Region

NUTS level 2 for all countries except for Germany and the United Kingdom (NUTS level 1). No regional information is required from Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Iceland and Lichtenstein (no NUTS level 2 in these countries)

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

REGIO2

Number of students by age, sex and region

Breakdowns

Specifications

Age

Under 3 years, single years 3 to 29 years, 30-34 years, 35-39 years, 40 years and over, age unknown

Sex

Males, Females

Region

NUTS level 2 for all countries except for Germany and the United Kingdom (NUTS level 1). No regional information is required from Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Iceland and Lichtenstein (no NUTS level 2 in these countries)

Obligatory


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRLLNG1

Number of students by level of education, programme orientation and modern foreign languages studied

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 1, - level 2, - level 3

Programme orientation

ISCED - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational/vocational

Modern foreign language

Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, English, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Other modern languages

Corresponding number of student enrolled

 

Obligatory. Columns 4 and 5 (regarding general and pre-vocational and vocational programmes in ISCED level 3) optional.


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ENRLLNG2

Number of students by level of education, programme orientation, age and modern foreign languages studied

Breakdowns

Specifications

Level of education

ISCED level 1, - level 2, - level 3

Programme orientation

ISCED - level 3 general, - level 3 pre-vocational/vocational

Number of foreign languages

no foreign languages, one foreign language, 2 or more foreign languages

Age

Under 6 years, single years 6 to 19, 20 or more years old, not specified by age

Corresponding number of student enrolled

 

Obligatory. Rows A2 to A18 optional, columns 13 to 16 (regarding ISCED level 3 prevocational and vocational orientation) optional.


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ISCMAP_PROGR

Mapping of national educational programmes

Breakdowns

Specifications

Column headings

Col. 1

Programme number (prog.<ISCED level>.<number within level>)

Col. 2

Year when the programme was created

Col. 3

ISCED level

Col. 4

Programme destination

Col. 5

Programme orientation

Col. 6

Theoretical cumulative duration at ISCED 5

Col. 7

Position in the national degree / qualification structure

Col. 8

Position in the tertiary education structure (Bachelor-Master-PhD)

Col. 9

Notes on programmes than span across ISCED levels or sub-categories

Col. 10

National name of the programme

Col. 11

Description name of the programme in English

Col. 12

Minimum entrance requirement (ISCED level or other)

Col. 13

Main diplomas, credentials and certifications awarded

Col. 14

Code of credential in ISCMAP-QUAL

Col. 15

Theoretical starting age

Col. 16

Theoretical duration of the programme

Col. 17

Theoretical cumulative years of education at the end of the programme

Col. 18

Does the programme have a work based element? ( yes/no)

Col. 19

Programme specifically designed for adults (Y/N)

Col. 20

Programme specifically designed for part-time attendance (Y/N)

Col. 21

Reported in the UOE data collection (Y/N/P)

Col. 22

Reported in the UOE FINANCE tables (Y/N/P)

Col. 23

Enrolments

Col. 24

Notes

Optional


Table name and breakdowns

Title and Specifications

ISCMAP_QUAL

Mapping of national educational qualifications

Breakdowns

Specifications

Column headings

Col. 1

Qualification number (qual.<number within level>)

Col. 2

Year when qualification was introduced

Col. 3

ISCED level of qualification

Col. 4

Destination (A/B/C)

Col. 5

National name

Col. 6

Name in English

Col. 7

Programmes designed to lead to it

Col. 8

Final exam. (Y/N)

Col. 9

Series of exams during prog. (Y/N)

Col. 10

Specified no. of course hours, AND exam. (Y/N)

Col. 11

Estimate of % of course examined

Col. 12

Specified number of course hours only (Y/N)

Col. 13

Course hours

Col. 14

Specific requirements

Col. 15

Can it be obtained without enrolment in a specific programme? (Y/N)

Col. 16

Under what conditions?

Col. 17

Awarding organisation(s)

Col. 18

Programmes numbers

Col. 19

Number of graduates

Col. 20

Programmes numbers

Col. 21

Number of graduates

Col. 22

Notes

Optional


ANNEX II

Data quality requirements and quality reporting framework

Data quality requirements

The data quality requirements for data on education and training systems refer to the quality reporting dimensions (or quality reporting criteria) of relevance, accuracy, timeliness and punctuality, accessibility and clarity, comparability, and coherence.

In particular, the data shall comply with the definitions and concepts as stated in the detailed guidelines for the UNESCO/OECD/Eurostat data collection on education systems.

Data quality report

Every year, the Commission (Eurostat) shall supply Member States 3 months in advance of the transmission deadline referred to in Article 4(2) with draft documents for the annual quality report, partially pre-filled with already available quantative indicators and other information available to the Commission (Eurostat). Member States shall supply the Commission (Eurostat) with the completed quality report referred to in Article 4(2).

The quality report shall be divided into the following 7 chapters: enrolments, entrants, personnel, graduates/graduations, finance, foreign languages learnt and regional enrolment data.

The data quality report shall document the compliance with the dimensions of relevance, accuracy, timeliness and punctuality, accessibility and clarity, comparability, and coherence.

In particular, the data quality report shall document the compliance with the definitions and concepts as stated in the detailed guidelines for the UNESCO/OECD/Eurostat data collection on education systems.

Deviations from the definitions and concepts as stated in the detailed guidelines for the UNESCO/OECD/Eurostat data collection on education systems shall be documented and explained and if possible quantified.

In particular, Member States shall provide a description of sources used at the level of tables as described in Annex I and the use of estimates and revisions shall be clearly identified at the level of tables and breakdowns.


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