Schools, classes, teaching staff, students and graduates in general and special schools by statistical zones, statistical regions, districts and municipalities


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SCHOOLS, CLASSES, TEACHING STAFF, STUDENTS AND GRADUATES IN GENERAL AND SPECIAL SCHOOLS BY STATISTICAL ZONES, STATISTICAL REGIONS, DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES IN 2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR 1
(Number)
Statistical zones
Statistical regions
Districts
Municipalities
Schools I - IV grade V - VII grade
Classes Teaching staff3 Students Classes Teaching staff3 Students Graduates
total of which: females total of which: females
Total 1 972 12 175 22 340 248 354 120 484 8 878 18 190 191 798 91 828 58 864
Severna i Yugoiztochna Bulgaria 1 058 5 995 11 111 121 893 59 118 4 468 9 156 96 794 46 417 29 355
Severozapaden 262 1 296 2 322 24 874 11 963 975 1 950 20 217 9 640 6 433
Vidin 28 127 199 2 387 1 141 100 219 2 018 988 700
Belogradchik 3 9 17 197 90 4 17 161 78 40
Boynitsa 1 4 5 36 19 3 7 26 10 9
Bregovo 1 4 9 55 28 3 10 50 21 17
Vidin 11 78 117 1 588 762 61 126 1 321 642 477
Gramada 1 4 5 23 10 3 4 23 6 5
Dimovo 3 14 15 183 86 10 16 157 76 55
Kula 1 5 10 76 37 4 10 67 45 19
Makresh 1 1 2 8 5 1 5 15 7 10
Novo Selo 1 - 3 23 12 - 3 36 17 17
Ruzhintsi 3 8 11 150 67 9 15 123 66 39
Chuprene 2 - 5 48 25 2 6 39 20 12
Vratsa 57 301 570 5 747 2 743 215 442 4 593 2 203 1 439
Borovan 3 13 25 235 106 7 19 156 63 43
Byala Slatina 10 46 75 885 416 34 63 734 370 206
Vratsa 16 107 235 2 248 1 078 78 142 1 892 911 579
Kozloduy 6 41 76 752 362 29 57 596 286 213
Krivodol 4 16 25 277 133 11 28 188 84 64
Mezdra 5 29 53 573 296 21 51 424 213 137
Mizia 3 12 19 166 70 10 23 139 65 47
Oryahovo 5 19 28 298 136 12 27 253 123 85
Roman 3 10 19 195 93 8 20 134 58 40
Hayredin 2 8 15 118 53 5 12 77 30 25
Lovech 47 227 357 4 262 2 019 167 302 3 477 1 696 1 140
Apriltsi 1 4 7 75 34 3 7 42 19 16
Letnitsa 1 7 11 110 53 5 8 113 54 38
Lovech 13 68 127 1 240 593 49 88 1 059 508 349
Lukovit 6 38 50 812 367 28 53 653 316 195
Teteven 10 36 61 668 320 29 61 535 254 152
Troyan 9 42 61 805 371 32 49 685 358 261
Ugarchin 3 12 12 210 101 7 14 137 59 54
Yablanitsa 4 20 28 342 180 14 22 253 128 75
Montana 49 218 395 4 348 2 124 169 335 3 332 1 546 1 102
Berkovitsa 7 29 59 493 232 20 52 315 164 116
Boychinovtsi 5 12 18 260 136 11 23 198 76 58
Brusartsi 3 8 11 112 54 9 12 97 42 34
Valchedram 5 15 26 292 141 13 28 226 97 68
Varshets 2 15 23 297 149 10 27 226 97 153
Georgi Damyanovo 1 - 2 15 6 - 3 12 7 6
Lom 9 42 65 742 383 33 66 656 325 199
Medkovets 2 9 12 146 64 6 12 107 61 33
Montana 13 78 167 1 848 895 61 98 1 398 631 410
Chiprovtsi 1 4 5 36 21 3 6 29 13 0
Yakimovo 1 6 7 107 43 3 8 68 33 25
Pleven 81 423 801 8 130 3 936 324 652 6 797 3 207 2 052
Belene 2 14 23 216 89 9 30 166 79 63
Gulyantsi 4 15 29 241 107 13 21 237 104 81
Dolna Mitropolia 9 28 53 476 236 23 56 411 186 120
Dolni Dabnik 7 22 42 383 197 18 35 271 138 79
Iskar 3 10 21 195 101 8 9 129 59 59
Knezha 6 27 49 496 234 19 44 435 198 133
Levski 5 27 51 479 224 20 46 405 200 110
Nikopol 2 12 17 163 67 8 15 144 53 49
Pleven 33 210 411 4 465 2 168 160 294 3 729 1 787 1 080
Pordim 2 9 15 155 82 8 26 146 69 42
Cherven Bryag 8 49 90 861 431 38 76 724 334 236
Severen tsentralen 228 1 213 2 290 24 178 11 768 927 1 924 19 124 9 137 6 161
Veliko Tarnovo 67 348 723 7 101 3 487 268 618 5 588 2 676 1 844
Veliko Tarnovo 22 132 267 2 829 1 409 98 219 2 103 1 041 726
Gorna Oryahovitsa 11 64 127 1 321 635 49 102 1 044 497 305
Elena 5 12 36 281 129 11 42 222 106 72
Zlataritsa 2 7 18 117 57 5 11 96 43 32
Lyaskovets 3 22 39 302 153 11 27 239 111 66
Pavlikeni 5 33 58 586 276 25 50 482 230 132
Polski Trambesh 3 20 33 373 184 15 32 298 149 140
Svishtov 8 38 89 817 405 38 87 750 333 239
Strazhitsa 7 16 49 425 210 13 40 309 147 119
Suhindol 1 4 7 50 29 3 8 45 19 13
Gabrovo 24 152 233 3 244 1 588 119 214 2 647 1 296 840
Gabrovo 10 80 123 1 757 864 54 85 1 357 677 432
Dryanovo 1 9 19 212 105 6 21 163 83 59
Sevlievo 10 49 65 1 040 494 47 88 925 440 292
Tryavna 3 14 26 235 125 12 20 202 96 57
Razgrad 48 210 347 3 821 1 884 160 339 3 019 1 421 1 037
Zavet 6 13 29 260 131 13 26 187 86 78
Isperih 8 39 47 751 358 31 54 576 272 199
Kubrat 8 32 50 430 209 21 48 372 183 119
Loznitsa 6 16 38 264 129 11 34 205 101 79
Razgrad 14 94 159 1 812 909 69 140 1 438 665 470
Samuil 4 8 13 184 91 8 27 137 73 46
Tsar Kaloyan 2 8 11 120 57 7 10 104 41 46
Ruse 54 322 660 6 582 3 166 241 445 5 163 2 492 1 609
Borovo 3 6 13 100 44 5 15 83 42 28
Byala 6 23 44 362 186 14 24 297 140 87
Vetovo 4 22 39 339 164 17 34 267 134 88
Dve Mogili 2 10 26 214 111 9 17 156 69 59
Ivanovo 4 4 12 90 43 4 13 94 33 37
Ruse 28 243 486 5 125 2 461 175 303 3 981 1 935 1 224
Slivo Pole 3 12 29 262 122 11 25 209 97 63
Tsenovo 4 2 11 90 35 6 14 76 42 23
Silistra 35 181 327 3 430 1 643 139 308 2 707 1 252 831
Alfatar 1 4 4 67 33 3 6 44 18 10
Glavinitsa 4 18 27 250 122 16 29 224 110 72
Dulovo 10 55 91 1 034 496 40 80 777 361 239
Kaynardzha 3 16 23 270 133 11 22 236 115 52
Silistra 9 59 122 1 270 605 43 106 978 452 296
Sitovo 3 8 16 144 66 7 18 103 44 49
Tutrakan 4 21 44 395 188 19 47 345 152 113
Severoiztochen 258 1 543 3 002 32 018 15 619 1 151 2 490 25 261 12 207 7 542
Varna 103 823 1 547 17 518 8 563 593 1 168 13 461 6 563 3 957
Avren 7 23 41 353 168 20 49 301 149 116
Aksakovo 6 40 74 725 337 26 62 594 280 162
Beloslav 4 20 40 360 190 15 36 304 143 82
Byala 1 6 10 118 59 4 10 84 39 25
Varna 51 572 1 067 13 047 6 457 399 726 9 687 4 775 2 869
Vetrino 1 6 13 109 60 3 8 81 37 25
Valchi Dol 4 16 37 293 113 15 29 252 106 87
Devnya 2 15 24 277 121 10 21 217 94 64
Dolni Chiflik 7 40 80 740 351 34 58 671 322 166
Dalgopol 8 30 55 476 229 22 59 422 203 117
Provadia 9 39 79 732 353 31 78 592 294 193
Suvorovo 3 16 27 288 125 14 32 256 121 51
Dobrich 59 265 509 5 334 2 634 209 451 4 468 2 099 1 292
Balchik 6 27 57 523 280 18 44 437 208 126
General Toshevo 6 21 35 357 184 19 42 358 159 93
Dobrich 17 128 241 2 690 1 303 106 193 2 330 1 083 705
Dobrich-selska 13 24 51 585 297 19 58 462 218 111
Kavarna 5 23 48 445 231 15 40 304 151 96
Krushari 3 5 14 134 71 5 15 105 49 31
Tervel 7 30 48 479 221 23 48 371 185 110
Shabla 2 7 15 121 47 4 11 101 46 20
Targovishte 41 182 402 3 562 1 705 142 335 2 830 1 384 923
Antonovo 4 7 18 127 65 5 12 81 39 25
Omurtag 9 36 62 603 287 24 62 491 255 171
Opaka 3 9 18 146 54 8 18 112 54 45
Popovo 10 36 80 759 354 27 71 613 297 198
Targovishte 15 94 224 1 927 945 78 172 1 533 739 484
Shumen 55 273 544 5 604 2 717 207 536 4 502 2 161 1 370
Veliki Preslav 4 14 33 304 147 11 32 229 103 63
Venets 3 11 21 185 86 7 27 121 50 55
Varbitsa 4 16 29 289 139 12 37 265 121 77
Kaolinovo 6 25 44 469 216 15 49 290 140 104
Kaspichan 4 15 31 203 87 12 40 207 98 60
Nikola Kozlevo 5 16 30 279 143 12 30 210 93 62
Novi Pazar 6 27 69 568 263 26 67 477 261 116
Smyadovo 3 9 23 180 92 7 19 147 75 44
Hitrino 2 4 11 104 47 4 11 86 37 33
Shumen 18 136 253 3 023 1 497 101 224 2 470 1 183 756
Yugoiztochen 310 1 943 3 497 40 823 19 768 1 415 2 792 32 192 15 433 9 219
Burgas 118 776 1 337 16 128 7 726 554 1 101 12 605 6 107 3 733
Aytos 7 53 93 1 099 539 38 70 882 449 222
Burgas 41 370 676 8 609 4 123 276 532 6 802 3 259 2 060
Kameno 4 53 29 281 139 12 28 229 103 65
Karnobat 6 41 81 945 428 36 74 748 352 219
Malko Tarnovo 1 4 8 74 35 3 7 67 25 25
Nesebar 8 53 90 1 085 506 37 65 712 350 198
Pomorie 11 45 102 989 481 32 79 782 375 226
Primorsko 2 7 16 169 86 7 7 144 74 45
Ruen 20 59 90 1 042 513 49 106 908 453 264
Sozopol 6 21 36 427 206 15 34 295 153 118
Sredets 4 29 53 611 298 19 42 468 224 96
Sungurlare 6 25 37 468 212 18 36 322 166 119
Tsarevo 2 16 26 329 160 12 21 246 124 76
Sliven 58 384 693 8 179 4 011 276 551 6 430 3 068 1 714
Kotel 10 25 76 629 311 25 51 579 276 190
Nova Zagora 12 69 135 1 369 678 39 95 970 488 243
Sliven 31 253 421 5 416 2 644 186 361 4 322 2 065 1 125
Tvarditsa 5 37 61 765 378 26 44 559 239 156
Stara Zagora 101 574 1 127 12 116 5 861 427 853 9 438 4 523 2 701
Bratya Daskalovi 6 8 23 245 124 10 22 192 72 50
Gurkovo 2 12 16 245 109 9 14 186 82 36
Galabovo 4 22 39 439 205 15 33 334 154 100
Kazanlak 22 114 241 2 616 1 252 95 174 2 158 1 078 678
Maglizh 6 22 42 402 188 19 35 359 151 73
Nikolaevo 4 13 24 282 133 10 16 219 105 52
Opan 1 4 4 52 27 3 6 48 12 18
Pavel Banya 9 34 54 509 234 26 50 403 185 122
Radnevo 5 31 64 617 299 23 54 495 222 129
Stara Zagora 35 274 534 5 872 2 873 190 374 4 403 2 149 1 290
Chirpan 7 40 86 837 417 27 75 641 313 153
Yambol 33 209 340 4 400 2 170 158 287 3 719 1 735 1 071
Bolyarovo 2 4 6 88 51 4 7 84 34 27
Elhovo 5 22 45 496 240 16 40 372 175 115
Straldzha 4 24 41 507 265 20 40 448 200 101
Tundzha 10 28 46 451 213 25 56 491 225 139
Yambol 12 131 202 2 858 1 401 93 144 2 324 1 101 689
Yugozapadna I Yuzhna tsentralna Bulgaria 914 6 180 11 229 126 461 61 366 4 410 9 034 95 004 45 411 29 509
Yugozapaden 478 3 685 6 784 77 151 37 351 2 600 5 220 56 890 27 229 17 525
Blagoevgrad 103 603 1 091 11 752 5 700 447 909 9 308 4 432 2 859
Bansko 4 26 47 507 255 18 39 363 186 103
Belitsa 5 26 52 456 236 18 33 358 176 108
Blagoevgrad 13 126 296 2 787 1 356 95 163 2 107 973 617
Gotse Delchev 11 69 109 1 288 615 49 101 1 051 497 308
Garmen 8 41 69 704 347 30 73 609 294 142
Kresna 1 7 15 124 47 6 11 112 53 32
Petrich 16 96 179 1 850 894 72 161 1 478 738 469
Razlog 8 44 71 773 377 28 57 654 311 202
Sandanski 10 66 101 1 418 695 51 98 1 100 513 385
Satovcha 13 25 47 489 233 23 36 419 193 126
Simitli 3 24 36 466 243 16 38 385 174 122
Strumyani 1 8 9 159 66 7 15 125 56 27
Hadzhidimovo 5 24 31 307 131 17 37 263 123 78
Yakoruda 5 21 29 424 205 17 47 284 145 140
Kyustendil 30 184 316 3 741 1 787 135 307 2 951 1 406 1 024
Bobov dol 3 13 18 180 78 9 19 159 55 43
Boboshevo 1 2 4 37 17 3 6 26 15 11
Dupnitsa 10 71 120 1 452 728 51 108 1 151 577 397
Kocherinovo 1 6 10 99 38 3 10 49 25 20
Kyustendil 11 76 145 1 630 775 56 137 1 269 593 479
Nevestino 1 4 4 87 37 4 8 99 43 15
Rila 1 4 3 57 26 3 5 37 17 10
Sapareva Banya 1 8 10 184 82 6 11 144 69 45
Treklyano 1 - 2 15 6 - 3 17 12 4
Pernik 32 185 397 3 996 1 930 140 299 2 994 1 457 944
Breznik 2 8 19 162 74 6 21 120 66 32
Zemen 1 2 5 32 17 3 6 34 17 13
Kovachevtsi 1 - 2 10 8 1 3 9 5 2
Pernik 21 150 303 3 190 1 550 107 222 2 318 1 111 749
Radomir 6 21 59 510 244 19 38 429 212 123
Tran 1 4 9 92 37 4 9 84 46 25
Sofia 80 462 728 8 353 4 097 318 627 6 544 3 145 2 071
Anton 1 4 4 36 17 3 7 39 19 10
Bozhurishte 2 31 29 314 156 12 12 228 113 69
Botevgrad 9 60 107 1 266 604 44 85 972 485 282
Godech 1 6 6 130 64 4 6 90 41 26
Gorna Malina 3 12 23 192 96 10 21 201 104 66
Dolna Banya 1 8 13 171 83 6 21 135 64 42
Dragoman 1 7 13 127 71 4 7 92 45 32
Elin Pelin 10 41 70 765 364 28 61 545 274 173
Etropole 4 21 44 445 220 17 35 350 155 108
Zlatitsa 1 9 19 214 105 6 13 158 72 44
Ihtiman 4 41 49 873 439 27 56 678 315 205
Koprivshtitsa 1 4 8 57 26 3 12 79 37 28
Kostenets 4 25 37 395 198 18 38 330 164 104
Kostinbrod 5 26 50 506 251 18 37 363 175 141
Mirkovo 1 4 4 67 28 3 5 42 18 10
Pirdop 2 12 22 243 123 8 14 169 78 63
Pravets 6 17 34 341 166 13 27 268 118 58
Samokov 10 67 112 1 362 667 48 84 1 107 542 354
Svoge 9 43 54 465 223 28 45 377 172 177
Slivnitsa 2 16 18 270 133 12 29 218 108 53
Chavdar 1 4 4 33 21 3 6 28 12 4
Chelopech 2 4 8 81 42 3 6 75 34 22
Sofia (stolitsa) 2 233 2 251 4 252 49 309 23 837 1 560 3 078 35 093 16 789 10 627
Stolichna 233 2 251 4 252 49 309 23 837 1 560 3 078 35 093 16 789 10 627
Yuzhen tsentralen 436 2 495 4 445 49 310 24 015 1 810 3 814 38 114 18 182 11 984
Kardzhali 61 248 524 4 630 2 317 202 456 3 769 1 831 1 215
Ardino 6 10 31 197 93 8 30 170 79 62
Dzhebel 4 8 24 201 112 7 30 181 88 72
Kirkovo 8 28 53 490 249 26 53 416 211 135
Krumovgrad 11 32 70 579 324 28 62 493 244 226
Kardzhali 21 128 276 2 510 1 229 98 200 1 958 949 543
Momchilgrad 6 26 46 410 190 25 47 362 167 102
Chernoochene 5 16 24 243 120 10 34 189 93 75
Pazardzhik 95 450 847 8 881 4 315 344 751 7 171 3 350 2 156
Batak 3 8 15 128 69 7 13 113 54 31
Belovo 3 10 23 209 102 9 27 170 83 54
Bratsigovo 4 14 18 199 98 10 21 152 72 49
Velingrad 12 75 140 1 453 720 57 126 1 222 579 344
Lesichovo 3 8 15 120 57 6 16 106 44 38
Pazardzhik 38 173 353 3 814 1 837 128 278 2 998 1 411 901
Panagyurishte 5 36 59 711 337 29 62 589 282 196
Peshtera 6 32 52 609 284 23 45 494 205 152
Rakitovo 5 30 54 625 308 26 60 527 239 154
Septemvri 11 43 81 721 347 32 68 560 267 157
Strelcha 2 7 13 116 67 6 13 107 51 31
Surnitsa 3 14 24 176 89 11 22 133 63 49
Plovdiv 161 1 209 1 940 24 415 11 770 829 1 698 18 354 8 744 5 804
Asenovgrad 12 97 156 2 072 998 73 158 1 737 858 458
Brezovo 3 36 18 189 94 9 16 179 88 51
Kaloyanovo 5 21 26 267 118 14 34 177 82 66
Karlovo 12 84 142 1 791 873 64 141 1 571 754 424
Krichim 2 15 32 284 118 9 26 198 105 67
Kuklen 1 9 18 202 92 6 14 152 82 34
Laki 1 4 6 50 24 3 8 29 13 13
Maritsa 13 65 84 1 029 488 41 93 692 317 228
Perushtitsa 1 7 15 151 61 6 10 112 51 41
Plovdiv 58 606 1 008 13 410 6 498 420 772 9 968 4 749 3 214
Parvomay 13 45 90 860 429 33 96 627 292 207
Rakovski 5 50 73 1 052 513 36 65 780 360 173
Rodopi 12 53 79 873 416 40 90 593 280 328
Sadovo 7 31 45 569 277 23 50 474 202 150
Sopot 2 17 46 413 201 6 22 168 75 76
Stamboliyski 7 37 47 682 309 27 53 542 261 146
Saedinenie 2 9 20 201 107 3 15 126 57 48
Hisarya 5 23 35 320 154 16 35 229 118 80
Smolyan 52 174 410 3 131 1 533 139 368 2 564 1 239 754
Banite 2 3 9 55 28 3 10 63 32 25
Borino 2 4 8 50 27 3 14 42 20 23
Devin 8 15 43 300 152 13 43 242 117 61
Dospat 8 10 32 277 133 9 34 187 86 61
Zlatograd 5 21 40 311 167 15 28 214 100 61
Madan 6 20 42 322 141 17 39 292 131 82
Nedelino 2 7 13 119 67 7 20 111 57 34
Rudozem 3 20 39 332 156 14 34 253 127 87
Smolyan 13 62 153 1 186 576 48 127 1 027 507 271
Chepelare 3 12 31 179 86 10 19 133 62 49
Haskovo 67 414 724 8 253 4 080 296 541 6 256 3 018 2 055
Dimitrovgrad 12 79 116 1 604 763 62 103 1 162 539 368
Ivaylovgrad 4 9 20 157 87 9 17 135 74 44
Lyubimets 4 18 35 376 186 12 21 299 136 72
Madzharovo 1 3 5 40 24 2 6 35 16 7
Mineralni Bani 2 8 9 154 79 6 12 121 58 44
Svilengrad 5 40 71 797 391 27 57 652 315 186
Simeonovgrad 3 16 32 373 205 12 24 254 132 217
Stambolovo 4 12 21 184 96 9 20 160 77 38
Topolovgrad 5 17 26 271 130 13 27 245 137 75
Harmanli 8 49 76 904 430 33 59 695 343 199
Haskovo 19 163 313 3 393 1 689 111 195 2 498 1 191 805
SCHOOLS, CLASSES, TEACHING STAFF, STUDENTS AND GRADUATES IN GENERAL AND SPECIAL SCHOOLS BY STATISTICAL ZONES, STATISTICAL REGIONS, DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES IN 2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR 1
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(Number)
Statistical zones
Statistical regions
Districts
Municipalities
VIII - XII grade
Classes Teaching staff3 Students Graduates
total of which: females
Total 5 851 11 049 132 989 73 053 25 823
Severna i Yugoiztochna Bulgaria 2 701 5 216 61 577 34 023 12 029
Severozapaden 621 1 237 13 642 7 463 2 812
Vidin 72 146 1 590 842 248
Belogradchik 6 12 94 49 25
Bregovo 2   33 14 1
Vidin 60 113 1 416 760 215
Dimovo 2 16 20 9 7
Ruzhintsi 2 5 27 10 -
Vratsa 138 292 3 083 1 770 770
Byala Slatina 15 25 235 132 55
Vratsa 83 190 1 997 1 173 515
Kozloduy 19 35 451 251 117
Mezdra 14 29 269 155 64
Roman 7 13 131 59 19
Lovech 107 247 2 392 1 360 714
Lovech 65 120 1 519 896 493
Lukovit 6 20 104 52 30
Teteven 9 18 192 110 29
Troyan 21 73 434 237 154
Ugarchin 6 6 143 65 1
Yablanitsa - 10 - - 7
Montana 104 202 2 275 1 227 357
Berkovitsa 5 17 110 69 20
Boychinovtsi 3 6 50 25 3
Brusartsi 5 11 83 35 8
Valchedram 2 1 45 28 -
Varshets 6 17 127 67 2
Lom 23 40 474 262 90
Medkovets 5 10 74 39 12
Montana 52 100 1 259 677 222
Yakimovo 3 - 53 25 -
Pleven 200 350 4 302 2 264 723
Belene 7 4 128 59 18
Gulyantsi 10 9 257 133 47
Dolna Mitropolia 11 20 248 128 35
Dolni Dabnik 5 17 110 49 9
Iskar 7 14 132 62 24
Knezha 5 8 78 31 5
Levski 8 15 176 96 13
Nikopol 7 13 99 59 19
Pleven 116 209 2 601 1 404 491
Pordim 8 17 124 62 13
Cherven Bryag 16 24 349 181 49
Severen tsentralen 561 1 126 12 611 7 179 2 475
Veliko Tarnovo 179 335 3 748 2 114 798
Veliko Tarnovo 89 195 2 012 1 174 437
Gorna Oryahovitsa 22 28 337 229 77
Elena 5 - 112 73 21
Zlataritsa 3 9 48 25 2
Lyaskovets 5 13 99 45 21
Pavlikeni 12 19 225 111 45
Polski Trambesh 9 16 178 99 54
Svishtov 26 39 556 258 117
Strazhitsa 8 16 166 92 23
Suhindol - - 15 8 1
Gabrovo 78 169 1 804 1 097 346
Gabrovo 52 129 1 256 746 246
Dryanovo 5 1 87 47 12
Sevlievo 15 24 344 243 60
Tryavna 6 15 117 61 28
Razgrad 83 143 1 953 1 181 364
Zavet 5 9 114 64 16
Isperih 14 22 316 185 55
Kubrat 10 21 252 152 41
Razgrad 40 72 1 037 661 223
Samuil 9 8 166 79 17
Tsar Kaloyan 5 11 68 40 12
Ruse 147 321 3 420 1 877 658
Byala 7 14 146 64 22
Vetovo 5 12 127 61 15
Dve Mogili 5 5 96 56 18
Ruse 126 281 2 964 1 650 594
Slivo Pole 4 9 87 46 9
Silistra 74 158 1 686 910 309
Glavinitsa 11 15 230 128 18
Dulovo 21 35 496 255 87
Silistra 32 74 771 435 175
Tutrakan 10 34 189 92 29
Severoiztochen 764 1 458 17 361 9 370 3 399
Varna 388 742 9 168 4 916 1 757
Avren 8 12 66 28 2
Aksakovo - 1 - - -
Beloslav 5 8 130 75 25
Varna 338 637 8 132 4 344 1 566
Valchi Dol 6 6 161 79 22
Devnya - 10 4 2 14
Dolni Chiflik 8 14 164 101 18
Dalgopol 11 31 195 114 41
Provadia 10 20 265 147 44
Suvorovo 2 3 51 26 25
Dobrich 127 258 2 630 1 387 538
Balchik 6 18 134 70 42
General Toshevo 5 11 94 56 26
Dobrich 96 193 1 992 1 027 396
Kavarna 10 16 209 122 50
Krushari 5 7 80 39 2
Tervel 5 13 121 73 22
Targovishte 72 137 1 644 968 413
Antonovo 5 10 88 42 6
Omurtag 10 18 274 163 57
Opaka 5 8 99 52 21
Popovo 14 25 286 190 67
Targovishte 38 76 897 521 262
Shumen 177 321 3 919 2 099 691
Veliki Preslav 3 8 45 22 4
Venets 7 9 116 54 13
Varbitsa 10 19 191 103 27
Kaolinovo 14 12 260 140 18
Kaspichan 8 5 100 50 13
Nikola Kozlevo 5 10 139 70 10
Novi Pazar 16 36 321 169 60
Smyadovo 5 12 122 66 7
Hitrino 2 7 25 12 2
Shumen 107 203 2 600 1 413 537
Yugoiztochen 755 1 395 17 963 10 011 3 343
Burgas 344 639 8 346 4 856 1 502
Aytos 25 42 644 371 112
Burgas 212 411 5 212 3 140 1 014
Kameno - 11 - - -
Karnobat 27 38 600 328 128
Nesebar 11 21 261 122 34
Pomorie 6 6 152 66 16
Primorsko 5 15 101 48 14
Ruen 32 41 745 421 119
Sozopol 6 7 171 95 13
Sredets 4 6 99 70 5
Sungurlare 6 25 140 76 15
Tsarevo 10 16 221 119 32
Sliven 111 199 2 729 1 449 456
Kotel 3 13 111 40 -
Nova Zagora 18 28 442 241 70
Sliven 77 131 1 896 1 054 352
Tvarditsa 13 27 280 114 34
Stara Zagora 214 407 5 027 2 662 987
Bratya Daskalovi 1 1 23 11 -
Galabovo 6 8 118 64 20
Kazanlak 58 121 1 454 803 256
Maglizh - 2 - - -
Opan 3 2 38 17 -
Pavel Banya 6 6 104 55 11
Radnevo 7 10 156 95 23
Stara Zagora 119 236 2 839 1 467 619
Chirpan 14 21 295 150 58
Yambol 86 150 1 861 1 044 398
Bolyarovo 5 6 61 29 9
Elhovo 10 21 240 135 52
Straldzha 5 10 97 47 28
Tundzha - 1 - - -
Yambol 66 112 1 463 833 309
Yugozapadna i Yuzhna tsentralna Bulgaria 3 150 5 833 71 412 39 030 13 794
Yugozapaden 2 010 3 664 45 319 24 615 8 734
Blagoevgrad 340 612 7 425 4 075 1 320
Bansko 2 2 45 29 -
Belitsa 10 17 253 161 33
Blagoevgrad 114 218 2 517 1 452 513
Gotse Delchev 35 72 812 469 178
Garmen 18 24 362 193 25
Kresna 5 10 89 43 7
Petrich 47 67 1 113 587 173
Razlog 13 28 308 185 59
Sandanski 25 52 572 301 124
Satovcha 31 65 568 289 102
Simitli 11 25 203 93 16
Strumyani 4 6 59 27 -
Hadzhidimovo 15 26 319 154 57
Yakoruda 10 - 205 92 33
Kyustendil 79 134 1 920 1 052 374
Bobov dol 5 6 85 47 -
Dupnitsa 35 56 860 491 182
Kocherinovo 5 7 102 44 16
Kyustendil 34 65 873 470 176
Pernik 66 137 1 516 840 345
Breznik 7 3 138 69 21
Zemen   - 20 11 5
Pernik 47 105 1 127 646 295
Radomir 7 21 141 71 24
Tran 5 8 90 43 -
Sofia 176 318 3 593 1 991 729
Bozhurishte 7 20 145 72 30
Botevgrad 20 41 471 288 89
Godech 6 11 128 73 28
Gorna Malina - 2 - - -
Dolna Banya 6 5 116 51 11
Dragoman 5 7 55 28 6
Elin Pelin 25 22 541 317 102
Etropole 14 26 275 131 58
Zlatitsa 6 8 121 63 22
Ihtiman 9 16 201 93 43
Kostenets 13 19 284 164 44
Kostinbrod 6 14 127 61 25
Pirdop 4 15 64 34 20
Pravets 14 32 276 159 81
Samokov 19 47 436 248 103
Svoge 6 6 99 47 15
Slivnitsa 6 9 114 63 21
Chelopech 10 18 140 99 31
Sofia (stolitsa) 2 1 349 2 463 30 865 16 657 5 966
Stolichna 1 349 2 463 30 865 16 657 5 966
Yuzhen tsentralen 1 140 2 169 26 093 14 415 5 060
Kardzhali 163 295 3 817 2 142 695
Ardino 5 11 107 56 58
Dzhebel 6 15 165 96 30
Kirkovo 22 40 460 244 102
Krumovgrad 20 32 433 229 74
Kardzhali 82 161 2 050 1 199 372
Momchilgrad 10 22 222 113 32
Chernoochene 18 14 380 205 27
Pazardzhik 194 390 4 075 2 190 768
Batak 5 7 67 37 10
Belovo 2 12 32 19 45
Bratsigovo 5 15 79 34 7
Velingrad 44 77 939 527 135
Lesichovo 2 1 23 9 -
Pazardzhik 85 193 2 012 1 131 413
Panagyurishte 12 19 274 153 64
Peshtera 5 11 104 54 16
Rakitovo 18 22 260 86 33
Septemvri 11 16 203 105 20
Surnitsa 5 17 82 35 25
Plovdiv 496 922 11 665 6 453 2 299
Asenovgrad 36 61 867 549 144
Brezovo 5 6 71 33 13
Kaloyanovo 1 - 8 2 -
Karlovo 38 52 830 470 229
Krichim 9 9 165 77 15
Laki 4 4 21 11 17
Plovdiv 370 757 9 074 5 029 1 779
Parvomay 17 12 334 146 74
Sopot 4 4 78 43 10
Stamboliyski 5 9 98 46 12
Saedinenie 5 6 100 38 6
Hisarya 2 2 19 9 -
Smolyan 115 239 2 416 1 364 530
Banite 3 9 35 21 14
Borino 3 3 40 21 12
Devin 11 20 254 158 51
Dospat 8 18 158 74 24
Zlatograd 13 33 261 147 65
Madan 11 21 252 160 42
Nedelino 2 7 45 26 34
Rudozem 15 31 298 156 72
Smolyan 44 88 1 014 557 216
Chepelare 5 9 59 44 -
Haskovo 172 323 4 120 2 266 768
Dimitrovgrad 44 87 1 039 515 182
Ivaylovgrad 5 14 97 55 27
Lyubimets 5 16 130 76 19
Madzharovo 5 7 92 42 6
Mineralni bani 1 - 9 5 -
Svilengrad 15 21 329 164 52
Simeonovgrad 3 12 63 31 -
Topolovgrad 5 21 126 82 22
Harmanli 20 26 513 239 128
Haskovo 69 119 1 722 1 057 332

1 Excl. director and deputy director with teacher work.
2 Incl. the bulgarian schools abroad, financed by state.
3 Including Teachers in Personal Development Support Centers, Special Educational Support Centers, and Inclusive Education Support Centers
24.04.2020


Euro-SDMX Metadata Structure (ESMS)

Basic and secondary education (primary, lower secondary and upper secondary)
Contact
Contact organisation

National Statistical Institute

Contact organisation unit

'Education and Culture Statistics' Department

Contact name

Svilen Kateliev

Contact person function

Head of department

Contact mail address

2, P. Volov Str.; 1038 Sofia, Bulgaria

Contact email address

[email protected]

Contact phone number

+359 2 9857 469

Contact fax number
Metadata update
Metadata last certified25 April 2019
Metadata last posted25 April 2019
Metadata last update25 April 2019
Statistical presentation
Data description

Statistics on basic and secondary education provide data on educational activity in all types of schools and vocational training after secondary education in vocational colleges. Main units of the survey are students (new entrants and graduates) and teaching staff. The main breakdowns of characteristics for collecting data on enrolled students are following: sex, year of birth, grade, repeating a grade, level of education, mode of attendance, type, profile and location of the basic (secondary) school, profession/specialty studied, studying of foreign languages, studying of mother tongue. The date of the observation is October 1.

Classification system

· International Standard Classification of Education, 2011 version (ISCED 2011);

· Classification of the fields of education and specialties taught in the vocational secondary schools and art schools;

· Classification of the fields of education and profession taught in the vocational training schools and classes.

Sector coverage

The survey covers all governmental, municipal and created according to the existing legal order private schools.

Statistical concepts and definitions

A pupil/student is every person enrolled in an educational program of formal education according to ISCED irrespective of the mode of attendance. Formal education includes the educational programmes implement in the legitimate educational institutions created according to the existing legal order.

Newly enrolled pupils/students - pupils/students who have been enrolled for the first time in the initial grade or course of the respective educational level are considered newly enrolled. This means that those which have been enrolled in the same educational level previous years are not included to the number of the newly enrolled.

Graduates are those pupils/students who have received a document for a completed level from a legitimate education institution, containing all the necessary records and stamps according to the law.

Students who have left school are defined as students who were enrolled in the beginning of the previous school year but before its end due to some of the listed reasons had left the school. Those who have left school cannot be treated as dropouts from the educational system because they could continue their education during the next school year and those who were under 16 years of age are obliged to continue their education.

The teachers are official persons who directly conduct the training sessions according to curriculum irrespective of whether they are full or part time employees. Directors and assistant directors are observed separately although a great part of them may have lecturing functions as well.

The management personnel include official persons performing management functions at the level of the educational institution.

An educational institution is defined as a centre taking independent decisions, which performs educational services for persons and organizations and is created according to the rules of the law. This means that the institution has a manager (director, rector or another manager) i.e. that this is an 'independent' educational institution. 'Dependent' educational institutions are branches or units known under other names and are typically subordinate to an independent institution.

 

Statistical unit

Pupils/students (incl. newly enrolled and graduates) and education personnel.

Statistical population

Participants in formal education.

Reference area

Whole country. Data is published down to municipality level.

Time coverage

2000 - 2018

Base period

Not applicable.

Unit of measure

Number and per cent.

Reference period

School year.

Institutional mandate
Legal acts and other agreements
  • Law on Vocational Education and Training;
  • Law on National Education and the Rules on its implementation;
  • Methodological documents of Eurostat;
  • Regulation (EC) N 452/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the production and development of statistics on education and lifelong learning;
  • Commission regulation (EU) No 88/2011;
  • Law on Statistics;
  • Law of the Level of Education, Educational Minimum and Curricu
  • Pre-school and School education act.
Data sharing

Not applicable.

Confidentiality
Confidentiality - policy

· Law on Statistics;

· Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 on European statistics (recital 24 and Article 20(4)) of 11 March 2009 (OJ L 87, p. 164), stipulates the need to establish common principles and guidelines ensuring the confidentiality of data used for the production of European statistics and the access to those confidential data with due account for technical developments and the requirements of users in a democratic society.

Confidentiality - data treatment

In compliance to the Law on Statistics (Articles 25 and 26).

Release policy
Release calendar

In accordance to the dates defined in the Release Calendar presenting the results of the statistical surveys carried out by the National Statistical Institute.

Release calendar access

The calendar is available on the NSI website: http://www.nsi.bg/en/node/480

User access

In accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Frequency of dissemination

Annual

Accessibility and clarity
News release

Regular press release in the internet site.

Publications

· Education in the Republic of Bulgaria;

· Statistical Yearbook;

· Statistical Reference Book;

· 'Bulgaria' (brochure).

On-line database

Data on Basic and secondary education (primary, lower secondary and upper secondary) are available to all users of the NSI website under the heading Education and Lifelong Learning: http://www.nsi.bg/en/node/4810 and Informational System "Infostat": https://infostat.nsi.bg/infostat/pages/module.jsf?x_2=140

Micro-data access

In accordance to the Rules on Provision of the Anonymised Individual Data for Scientific and Research purposes.

Other

Information services by order in accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Documentation on methodology

· Methodological documents of Eurostat;

· Survey Methodology: http://www.nsi.bg/sites/default/files/files/metadata/Edu_Meth_en.pdf

Quality documentation

Quality report in accordance to the Commission Regulation No 88/2011.

Quality management
Quality assurance

A set of quality criteria have been set up within the Commission Regulation No 88/2011.

Quality assessment

The national quality report provides users with basic information on quality at national level.

Relevance
User needs

State and regional authorities, international organisations, national and foreign users.

User satisfaction

Information is not available.

Completeness

Information is not available.

Accuracy and reliability
Overall accuracy

Not applicable (census).

Sampling error

Not applicable (census).

Non-sampling error

Not applicable (census).

Timeliness and punctuality
Timeliness

· Reference date: October 1;

· Fieldwork: October - November;

· Processing: December - March;

· Dissemination of national results: April;

· Transmission of data to Eurostat: September.

Punctuality

All deliverables were sent in time.

Coherence and comparability
Comparability - geographical

Fully comparable with all EU member states.

Comparability - over time

From 2000/2001 to 2016/2017 school year, there is partial comparability due to the changes of national legislation.

Since 2017/2018 school year, there is break in the time series due to changes in the national education system (Pre-school and School Education Act, promulgated SG No.79 of 13 October 2015). The data are not comparable to the previous school years.

Coherence - cross domain

Data is coherent with 'Adult education survey'.

Coherence - internal

Carried out quality tests, mainly on the coherency of the gathered information.

Cost and burden

Information is not available.

Data revision
Data revision - policy

In accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Data revision - practice

In accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Statistical processing
Source data

All types of state, municipal and private (created according to the existing legal order) schools, from I to XII grade and the vocational colleges after secondary education.

Frequency of data collection

Annual

Data collection

Census via statistical questionnaire 'Report on schools'.

Data validation

Data validation is done by the National Statistical Institute and quality tests are carried out by the Eurostat.

Data compilation

Not applicable.

Adjustment

Not applicable.

Comment
Metadata Structure Definition in SDMX 2.1: ESMS_MSD+BNSI+2.0+SDMX.2.1.xml
Metadata Structure Definition in SDMX 2.0: ESMS_MSD+BNSI+2.0+SDMX.2.0.xml


ESS Standard for Quality Reports Structure (ESQRS)

Basic and secondary education (primary, lower secondary and upper secondary)
Contact
Contact organisation

National Statistical Institute

Contact organisation unit

'Education and Culture Statistics' Department

Contact name

Svilen Kateliev

Contact person function

Head of department

Contact mail address

2, P. Volov Str.; 1038 Sofia, Bulgaria

Contact email address

[email protected]

Contact phone number

+359 2 9857 469

Contact fax number
Statistical presentation
Data description

Statistics on basic and secondary education provide data on educational activity in all types of schools and vocational training after secondary education in vocational colleges. Main units of the survey are students (new entrants and graduates) and teaching staff. The main breakdowns of characteristics for collecting data on enrolled students are following: sex, year of birth, grade, repeating a grade, level of education, mode of attendance, type, profile and location of the basic (secondary) school, profession/specialty studied, studying of foreign languages, studying of mother tongue. The date of the observation is October 1.

Classification system

· International Standard Classification of Education, 2011 version (ISCED 2011);

· Classification of the fields of education and specialties taught in the vocational secondary schools and art schools;

· Classification of the fields of education and profession taught in the vocational training schools and classes.

Sector coverage

The survey covers all governmental, municipal and created according to the existing legal order private schools.

Statistical concepts and definitions

A pupil/student is every person enrolled in an educational program of formal education according to ISCED irrespective of the mode of attendance. Formal education includes the educational programmes implement in the legitimate educational institutions created according to the existing legal order.

Newly enrolled pupils/students - pupils/students who have been enrolled for the first time in the initial grade or course of the respective educational level are considered newly enrolled. This means that those which have been enrolled in the same educational level previous years are not included to the number of the newly enrolled.

Graduates are those pupils/students who have received a document for a completed level from a legitimate education institution, containing all the necessary records and stamps according to the law.

Students who have left school are defined as students who were enrolled in the beginning of the previous school year but before its end due to some of the listed reasons had left the school. Those who have left school cannot be treated as dropouts from the educational system because they could continue their education during the next school year and those who were under 16 years of age are obliged to continue their education.

The teachers are official persons who directly conduct the training sessions according to curriculum irrespective of whether they are full or part time employees. Directors and assistant directors are observed separately although a great part of them may have lecturing functions as well.

The management personnel include official persons performing management functions at the level of the educational institution.

An educational institution is defined as a centre taking independent decisions, which performs educational services for persons and organizations and is created according to the rules of the law. This means that the institution has a manager (director, rector or another manager) i.e. that this is an 'independent' educational institution. 'Dependent' educational institutions are branches or units known under other names and are typically subordinate to an independent institution.

 

Statistical unit

Pupils/students (incl. newly enrolled and graduates) and education personnel.

Statistical population

Participants in formal education.

Reference area

Whole country. Data is published down to municipality level.

Time coverage

2000 - 2018

Base period

Not applicable.

Statistical processing
Source data

All types of state, municipal and private (created according to the existing legal order) schools, from I to XII grade and the vocational colleges after secondary education.

Frequency of data collection

Annual

Data collection

Census via statistical questionnaire 'Report on schools'.

Data validation

Data validation is done by the National Statistical Institute and quality tests are carried out by the Eurostat.

Data compilation

Not applicable.

Adjustment

Not applicable.

Quality management
Quality assurance

A set of quality criteria have been set up within the Commission Regulation No 88/2011.

Quality assessment

The national quality report provides users with basic information on quality at national level.

Relevance
User needs

State and regional authorities, international organisations, national and foreign users.

User satisfaction

Information is not available.

Completeness

Information is not available.

Data completeness - rate

Not applicable (census).

Accuracy and reliability
Overall accuracy

Not applicable (census).

Sampling error

Not applicable (census).

Sampling errors - indicators

Not applicable (census).

Non-sampling error

Not applicable (census).

Coverage error

Not applicable (census).

Over-coverage - rate

Not applicable (census).

Common units - proportion

Not applicable (census).

Measurement error

Not applicable (census).

Non response error

Not applicable (census).

Unit non-response - rate

Not applicable (census).

Item non-response - rate

Not applicable (census).

Processing error

Not applicable (census).

Imputation - rate

Not applicable (no imputations).

Model assumption error

Not applicable (census).

Seasonal adjustment

Not applicable (no seasonal adjustments).

Data revision - policy

In accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Data revision - practice

In accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Data revision - average size

Not applicable (preliminary data not published).

Timeliness and punctuality
Timeliness

· Reference date: October 1;

· Fieldwork: October - November;

· Processing: December - March;

· Dissemination of national results: April;

· Transmission of data to Eurostat: September.

Time lag - first results

26 weeks.

Time lag - final results

Not applicable (only final results published).

Punctuality

All deliverables were sent in time.

Punctuality - delivery and publication

Not applicable (data published on exact date).

Coherence and comparability
Comparability - geographical

Fully comparable with all EU member states.

Asymmetry for mirror flows statistics - coefficient

Not applicable (no flows).

Comparability - over time

From 2000/2001 to 2016/2017 school year, there is partial comparability due to the changes of national legislation.

Since 2017/2018 school year, there is break in the time series due to changes in the national education system (Pre-school and School Education Act, promulgated SG No.79 of 13 October 2015). The data are not comparable to the previous school years.

Length of comparable time series

Until 2016/2017 school year - 17 years. 

From 2017/2018 school year - 2 years

Coherence - cross domain

Data is coherent with 'Adult education survey'.

Coherence - sub annual and annual statistics

Not applicable (annual survey).

Coherence - National Accounts

Not applicable.

Coherence - internal

Carried out quality tests, mainly on the coherency of the gathered information.

Accessibility and clarity
News release

Regular press release in the internet site.

Publications

· Education in the Republic of Bulgaria;

· Statistical Yearbook;

· Statistical Reference Book;

· 'Bulgaria' (brochure).

On-line database

Data on Basic and secondary education (primary, lower secondary and upper secondary) are available to all users of the NSI website under the heading Education and Lifelong Learning: http://www.nsi.bg/en/node/4810 and Informational System "Infostat": https://infostat.nsi.bg/infostat/pages/module.jsf?x_2=140

Data tables - consultations

Not available.

Micro-data access

In accordance to the Rules on Provision of the Anonymised Individual Data for Scientific and Research purposes.

Other

Information services by order in accordance to the Rules for Dissemination of Statistical Products and Services.

Metadata - consultations

Not available.

Documentation on methodology

· Methodological documents of Eurostat;

· Survey Methodology: http://www.nsi.bg/sites/default/files/files/metadata/Edu_Meth_en.pdf

Metadata completeness – rate

Not avaliable.

Quality documentation

Quality report in accordance to the Commission Regulation No 88/2011.

Cost and burden

Information is not available.

Confidentiality
Confidentiality - policy

· Law on Statistics;

· Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 on European statistics (recital 24 and Article 20(4)) of 11 March 2009 (OJ L 87, p. 164), stipulates the need to establish common principles and guidelines ensuring the confidentiality of data used for the production of European statistics and the access to those confidential data with due account for technical developments and the requirements of users in a democratic society.

Confidentiality – data treatment

In compliance to the Law on Statistics (Articles 25 and 26).

Comment
Metadata Structure Definition in SDMX 2.1: ESQRS_MSD+BNSI+2.0+SDMX.2.1.xml
Metadata Structure Definition in SDMX 2.0: ESQRS_MSD+BNSI+2.0+SDMX.2.0.xml
  • Friday, 24 April 2020 - 11:00
     
    The main results from the National Statistical Institute (NSI) annual comprehensive surveys characterizing the activity of educational institutions are as follows:
    • In the 2019/2020 academic year in kindergartens are enrolled 217.9 thousand children or with 0.4% less in comparison with the previous year.
    • In 2019, high school graduates from general and vocational schools are respectively 25.8 and 21.6 thousand students.
    • In 2019/2020 academic year, 220.2 thousand persons were enrolled in the different tertiary education levels.
    • As of 31.12.2019 for acquiring a ‘Doctor’ educational and scientific degree in the country were trained 6 440 persons, of whom 558 foreign citizens.
  • Thursday, 25 April 2019 - 11:00

    The main results from the National Statistical Institute (NSI) annual comprehensive surveys characterizing the activity of educational institutions are as follows:

    • In the 2018/2019 academic year in kindergartens are enrolled 218.8 thousand children or with 1.0% less in comparison with the previous year.
    • In 2018, high school graduates from general and vocational schools are respectively 26.5 and 23.0 thousand students.
    • Enrolled in the varying degrees of higher education in 2018/2019 academic year are 229.5 thousand persons.
    • As of 31.12.2018 for acquiring educational and scientific degree ‘Doctor’ in the country are trained 6 467, of which 504 foreign citizens.
  • Friday, 27 April 2018 - 11:00

    The main results from the National Statistical Institute annual comprehensive surveys characterizing the activity of educational institutions are as follows:

    • In the 2017/2018 academic year in kindergartens are enrolled 220.9 thousand children or with 1.6% less in comparison with the previous year.
    • In 2017, upper-secondary graduates in general and vocational schools are respectively 26.6 thousand and 21.7 thousand students.
    • Enrolled in the varying degrees of higher education in 2017/2018 academic year are 236.3 thousand.
    • As of 31.12.2017 for acquiring educational and scientific degree ‘Doctor’ in the country are trained 6 564 persons, of which 529 foreign citizens.
  • Friday, 15 September 2017 - 11:10

    Adult Education Survey is conducted once every five years in all EU Member States through a common methodology and a harmonized toolkit that provides comparable data for assessment on lifelong learning. 

    The National Statistical Institute presents final results from the survey conducted in the end of 2016.

  • Thursday, 27 April 2017 - 11:00

    The main results from the National Statistical Institute (NSI) annual comprehensive studies characterizing the activity of educational institutions are as follows:

    • In the 2016/2017 academic year in kindergartens are enrolled 224.4 thousand children or with 3.3% less in comparison with the previous year.
    • In 2016, high school graduates in general and vocational schools are respectively 24.4 and 20.6 thousand students.
    • Enrolled in the varying degrees of higher education in 2016/2017 academic year are 249.9 thousand.
    • As of 31.12.2016 for acquiring educational and scientific degree ‘Doctor’ in the country are trained 6 738, of which 503 foreign citizens.
     
  • Thursday, 28 April 2016 - 11:00

    The main results from the National Statistical Institute (NSI) annual comprehensive studies characterizing the activity of educational institutions are as follows:

    • In the 2015/2016 academic year in kindergartens are enrolled 232.0 thousand children or with 3.8% less in comparison with the previous year.
    • In primary education (I - IV grade) 262.0 thousand pupils were enrolled and in the lower secondary (V - VIII grade) - 216.4 thousand.
    • In 2015, high school graduates in general and vocational schools are respectively 27.0 and 23.3 thousand students.
    • Enrolled in the varying degrees of higher education in 2015/2016 academic year are 266.7 thousand.
    • Continues the trend for increasing the number of Ph.D. students, as of 31.12.2015 for acquiring educational and scientific degree ‘Doctor’ in the country trained 6 750. 
     
  • Tuesday, 28 April 2015 - 11:00

    The main results of the yearly exhaustive surveys that characterize the activity of the educational institutions, conducted by the National Statistical Institute (NSI), are:

    • The number of children in kindergartens for 2014/2015 was 241.1 thousand as an increase of 0.2% is observed in comparison with the previous school year.
    • In 2014, 27.3 and 26.2 thousand students graduated secondary education in respectively general and vocational schools.
    • For the 2014/2015 academic year, the number of enrolments in higher education was 279.0 thousand persons, which is a decrease with 1.5% in comparison to the previous year.
    • Significant increase of the number of Ph.D. students is observed. As of 31.12.2014, 6 671 Ph.D. students were enrolled in the country, or 9.3% more than the previous year.
     
  • Wednesday, 30 April 2014 - 11:00

    The main results of the yearly exhaustive surveys that characterize the activity of the educational institutions, conducted by the National Statistical Institute, are:

    • The number of children in kindergartens for 2013/2014 was 240.6 thousand as an increase of 2.4% is observed in comparison with the previous school year.
    • In 2013, 28.9 and 27.4 thousand students graduated secondary education in respectively general and vocational schools.
    • For the 2013/2014 academic year, the number of enrollments in higher education remained almost unchanged in comparison with the previous academic year - 277.2 thousand persons as a decrease in the number of students in private universities is registered.
    • Significant increase of the number of Ph.D. students is observed. As of 31.12.2013, 6 055 Ph.D. students were enrolled in the country, or 12.7% more than the previous academic year.
  • Tuesday, 30 April 2013 - 11:00

    The main results of the yearly exhaustive surveys that characterize the activity of the educational institutions, conducted by the National Statistical Institute (NSI), are:

    • The number of children in kindergartens for 2012/2013 was 235.0 thousand as an increase of 3.1% is observed in comparison with the previous school year.
    • In 2012, 30.3 and 29.4 thousand students graduated secondary education in respectively general and vocational schools.
    • For the 2012/2013 academic year, the number of enrollments in higher education remained almost unchanged in comparison with the previous academic year - 278.6 thousand persons as a decrease in the number of students in colleges (education-qualification degree "Professional Bachelor") and in private universities is registered.
    • Significant increase of the number of Ph.D. students is observed. As of 31.12.2012, 5 371 Ph.D. students were enrolled in the country, or 14.2% more than the previous academic year.

  • Wednesday, 26 September 2012 - 11:00

    Adult Education Survey covers broad range of topics, connected to the education and training of adults, like participation in different forms of Lifelong Learning (formal, non-formal and informal), reasons for non-participation, access to information on possibilities for education and training, use of computers, language skills, participation in cultural and social events.

Pages

  • Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2020
    The National Statistical Institute presents to the attention of users interested in social statistics the newest annual bilingual (Bulgarian and English) electronic publication Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2020.

    The publication contains main data from the five carried out annual comprehensive statistical surveys, which characterizing the activity of educational institutions in Bulgaria for the period from 2015/2016 to 2019/2020 school (academic) years.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2020
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2020 in English.

    The Statistical Reference Book presents topical information on the demographic processes as well as the economic, social and cultural development of the Republic of Bulgaria for the 2016 - 2019 period.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2020 (Bulgarian version)
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2020 in Bulgarian.

    The Statistical Reference Book presents topical information on the demographic processes as well as the economic, social and cultural development of the Republic of Bulgaria for the 2016 - 2019 period.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2019
    The National Statistical Institute (NSI) has the pleasure to present to the attention of national and foreign users of statistical information the 87th edition of the ‘Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Bulgaria’ in printed and electronic format.

    It provides current statistical information about the demographic, economic and social development of the country for 2013 - 2018 in different territorial and classification aggregations and breakdowns.

  • Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2019
    The National Statistical Institute presents to the attention of users interested in social statistics the newest annual bilingual (Bulgarian and English) electronic publication Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2019.

    The publication contains main data from the five carried out annual comprehensive statistical surveys, which characterizing the activity of educational institutions in Bulgaria for the period from 2014/2015 to 2018/2019 school (academic) years.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2018 in infographics
    The National Statistical Institute presents to your attention the 86th edition of the Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Bulgaria in infographics.

    In 2018, for the first time, we presented the results of the statistical surveys through graphics, images and other visualization tools, which resulted in a positive response among a wide range of users. We believe that this modern way of presenting statistical information will trigger the interest in those who for the first time encounter the meaning of numbers revealing important aspects of socio-economic life.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2019
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2019 in English.

    The Statistical Reference Book presents topical information on the demographic processes as well as the economic, social and cultural development of the Republic of Bulgaria for the 2015 - 2018 period.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2019 (Bulgarian version)
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2019 in Bulgarian.

    The Statistical Reference Book presents topical information on the demographic processes as well as the economic, social and cultural development of the Republic of Bulgaria for the 2015 - 2018 period.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2018
    The National Statistical Institute (NSI) has the pleasure to present to the attention of national and foreign users of statistical information the 86th edition of the ‘Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Bulgaria’ in printed and electronic format.

    It provides current statistical information about the demographic, economic and social development of the country for 2012 - 2017 in different territorial and classification aggregations and breakdowns.

  • Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2018
    The National Statistical Institute presents to the attention of users interested in social statistics the newest annual bilingual (Bulgarian and English) electronic publication Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2018.

    The publication contains main data from the five carried out annual comprehensive statistical surveys, which characterizing the activity of educational institutions in Bulgaria for the period from 2013/2014 to 2017/2018 school (academic) years.

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