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 2018/2019 SCHOOL YEAR 1
(Number)
Statistical zones
Statistical regions
Districts
Municipalities
Schools I - IV grade V - VII grade
Classes Teaching staff 3 Students Classes Teaching staff 3 Students Graduates
total of which: females total of which: females
Total 1 964 12 327 20 668 256 857 124 517 8 725 17 417 190 250 90 920 71 838
Severna i Yugoiztochna Bulgaria 1 055 6 089 10 346 127 532 61 700 4 393 8 860 96 678 46 210 36 263
Severozapaden 261 1 317 2 186 26 185 12 586 955 1 896 20 442 9 735 8 162
Vidin 28 138 204 2 565 1 222 110 213 2 155 1 011 876
Belogradchik 3 9 17 206 98 9 15 157 80 51
Boynitsa 1 4 5 44 23 3 6 33 16 13
Bregovo 1 4 8 50 26 3 9 68 31 23
Vidin 11 84 124 1 689 805 63 124 1 398 656 623
Gramada 1 4 5 29 11 3 4 21 6 6
Dimovo 3 15 15 223 105 9 17 161 73 63
Kula 1 4 8 76 36 4 10 73 42 22
Makresh 1 - 2 17 5 - 4 18 5 6
Novo Selo 1 4 4 32 15 3 3 50 19 14
Ruzhintsi 3 8 11 150 69 9 14 133 65 41
Chuprene 2 2 5 49 29 4 7 43 18 14
Vratsa 57 293 508 5 938 2 860 206 411 4 604 2 249 1 934
Borovan 3 10 17 213 92 6 17 152 69 76
Byala Slatina 10 48 73 937 450 32 63 713 369 285
Vratsa 16 111 200 2 362 1 120 76 130 1 872 921 925
Kozloduy 6 43 73 806 392 28 53 629 303 212
Krivodol 4 11 24 278 134 10 28 189 86 66
Mezdra 5 26 50 564 293 19 47 428 215 158
Mizia 3 13 19 167 80 12 23 157 74 55
Oryahovo 5 19 25 312 153 12 23 265 124 89
Roman 3 8 18 185 90 8 15 123 54 38
Hayredin 2 4 9 114 56 3 12 76 34 30
Lovech 46 226 338 4 488 2 151 161 305 3 583 1 706 1 475
Apriltsi 1 4 4 64 23 3 7 46 20 -
Letnitsa 1 8 10 133 74 5 8 114 49 47
Lovech 12 70 118 1 313 571 51 92 1 117 497 618
Lukovit 6 39 45 848 442 27 42 636 307 250
Teteven 10 34 62 725 350 30 54 528 264 197
Troyan 9 41 66 851 396 24 67 720 379 230
Ugarchin 3 10 12 190 101 7 15 150 65 61
Yablanitsa 4 20 21 364 194 14 20 272 125 72
Montana 49 224 354 4 445 2 152 169 311 3 369 1 577 1 354
Berkovitsa 7 27 50 497 248 19 43 343 168 153
Boychinovtsi 5 12 20 271 130 11 23 198 87 51
Brusartsi 3 8 10 110 52 9 14 103 46 29
Valchedram 5 17 23 293 143 13 24 245 115 75
Varshets 2 15 19 303 151 9 19 212 91 76
Georgi Damyanovo 1 - 2 16 7 1 3 14 9 6
Lom 9 47 60 783 393 35 63 686 342 267
Medkovets 2 9 12 142 61 6 12 113 56 31
Montana 13 79 145 1 882 903 61 97 1 366 621 624
Chiprovtsi 1 4 6 37 21 2 3 22 10 15
Yakimovo 1 6 7 111 43 3 10 67 32 27
Pleven 81 436 782 8 749 4 201 309 656 6 731 3 192 2 523
Belene 2 16 23 238 102 9 31 180 83 61
Gulyantsi 4 16 30 283 133 9 20 230 98 98
Dolna Mitropolia 9 28 53 522 249 23 53 401 181 154
Dolni Dabnik 7 24 44 407 203 15 36 307 151 80
Iskar 3 10 22 198 105 8 10 146 76 38
Knezha 6 26 51 512 255 22 42 427 196 121
Levski 5 26 52 532 256 19 49 381 192 125
Nikopol 2 11 20 188 70 8 20 149 68 58
Pleven 33 217 384 4 754 2 286 154 302 3 640 1 727 1 462
Pordim 2 10 11 179 93 7 19 152 72 56
Cherven Bryag 8 52 92 936 449 35 74 718 348 270
Severen tsentralen 228 1 216 2 203 25 201 12 175 908 1 880 19 157 9 187 7 629
Veliko Tarnovo 67 354 701 7 323 3 561 259 582 5 561 2 639 2 291
Veliko Tarnovo 22 131 264 2 824 1 404 91 197 2 038 1 020 973
Gorna Oryahovitsa 11 67 110 1 382 670 48 97 1 017 492 397
Elena 5 12 32 284 127 11 33 239 120 96
Zlataritsa 2 8 16 128 58 5 12 101 48 30
Lyaskovets 3 17 38 318 157 10 27 230 103 86
Pavlikeni 5 34 60 612 288 26 44 480 224 195
Polski Trambesh 3 20 34 382 182 15 32 301 140 81
Svishtov 8 44 95 890 424 35 83 773 336 298
Strazhitsa 7 17 48 444 219 15 51 334 140 123
Suhindol 1 4 4 59 32 3 6 48 16 12
Gabrovo 24 156 251 3 400 1 643 118 226 2 671 1 327 1 098
Gabrovo 10 83 126 1 841 894 53 85 1 356 698 637
Dryanovo 1 10 19 227 118 6 19 170 78 51
Sevlievo 10 49 80 1 083 504 47 96 946 455 345
Tryavna 3 14 26 249 127 12 26 199 96 65
Razgrad 48 194 324 3 965 1 926 155 337 3 090 1 475 1 245
Zavet 6 11 28 285 147 9 28 213 100 55
Isperih 8 41 46 773 358 35 54 578 269 206
Kubrat 8 27 52 458 218 22 52 386 197 156
Loznitsa 6 16 38 294 151 12 31 217 118 61
Razgrad 14 83 138 1 827 902 63 136 1 432 667 668
Samuil 4 8 12 191 88 7 24 147 75 60
Tsar Kaloyan 2 8 10 137 62 7 12 117 49 39
Ruse 54 325 651 6 900 3 315 241 441 5 178 2 527 1 904
Borovo 3 6 13 99 46 5 14 88 46 37
Byala 6 21 42 375 177 15 21 304 130 87
Vetovo 4 22 42 340 167 17 32 307 163 82
Dve Mogili 2 11 24 235 115 9 18 166 76 54
Ivanovo 4 4 13 98 44 5 15 90 36 27
Ruse 28 246 476 5 382 2 595 176 302 3 936 1 953 1 527
Slivo Pole 3 13 30 283 132 10 25 210 88 66
Tsenovo 4 2 11 88 39 4 14 77 35 24
Silistra 35 187 276 3 613 1 730 135 294 2 657 1 219 1 091
Alfatar 1 4 4 70 31 3 6 48 27 16
Glavinitsa 4 20 28 277 130 14 29 235 122 112
Dulovo 10 58 84 1 083 533 39 83 742 334 253
Kaynardzha 3 17 27 305 150 10 22 200 92 70
Silistra 9 59 81 1 313 614 43 94 960 438 503
Sitovo 3 8 16 144 66 7 17 126 56 34
Tutrakan 5 21 36 421 206 19 43 346 150 103
Severoiztochen 257 1 589 2 915 33 664 16 345 1 128 2 411 25 050 12 086 9 600
Varna 102 839 1 478 18 211 8 850 567 1 138 13 063 6 350 5 017
Avren 7 24 43 391 181 21 49 350 166 141
Aksakovo 6 41 71 773 375 27 57 544 259 170
Beloslav 4 21 39 394 207 14 31 285 128 101
Byala 1 6 10 120 51 3 11 84 37 18
Varna 51 573 986 13 428 6 612 379 706 9 285 4 554 3 841
Vetrino 1 7 8 122 68 3 6 75 36 23
Valchi Dol 4 20 43 296 120 15 29 290 121 95
Devnya 2 15 25 277 129 10 23 217 102 65
Dolni Chiflik 7 43 79 830 364 32 62 672 340 180
Dalgopol 7 33 64 519 251 19 55 387 178 141
Provadia 9 39 80 758 363 30 77 632 314 194
Suvorovo 3 17 30 303 129 14 32 242 115 48
Dobrich 59 274 498 5 699 2 751 213 448 4 592 2 215 1 648
Balchik 6 29 59 603 316 19 39 468 223 129
General Toshevo 6 21 44 395 186 20 46 340 153 92
Dobrich 17 133 230 2 846 1 339 107 200 2 324 1 138 1 037
Dobrich-selska 13 27 44 594 299 21 53 472 218 136
Kavarna 5 24 44 485 246 17 42 376 183 82
Krushari 3 5 16 141 75 4 16 121 61 31
Tervel 7 28 47 519 236 21 40 392 196 118
Shabla 2 7 14 116 54 4 12 99 43 23
Targovishte 41 191 375 3 914 1 887 137 295 2 845 1 371 1 025
Antonovo 4 8 14 151 75 5 8 83 34 39
Omurtag 9 46 75 833 403 22 46 484 240 164
Opaka 3 8 15 153 67 8 16 122 58 50
Popovo 10 36 57 809 373 29 61 620 296 195
Targovishte 15 93 214 1 968 969 73 164 1 536 743 577
Shumen 55 285 564 5 840 2 857 211 530 4 550 2 150 1 910
Veliki Preslav 4 14 32 324 156 10 36 234 103 82
Venets 3 11 21 181 97 9 23 152 64 69
Varbitsa 4 15 27 302 141 13 31 259 123 87
Kaolinovo 6 23 45 446 214 17 50 330 157 125
Kaspichan 4 16 31 214 97 12 42 208 100 65
Nikola Kozlevo 5 16 35 289 155 12 41 204 82 87
Novi Pazar 6 31 66 608 285 25 66 503 257 149
Smyadovo 3 9 16 202 106 7 16 143 67 46
Hitrino 2 4 11 112 53 4 11 96 44 36
Shumen 18 146 280 3 162 1 553 102 214 2 421 1 153 1 164
Yugoiztochen 309 1 967 3 042 42 482 20 594 1 402 2 673 32 029 15 202 10 872
Burgas 118 769 1 156 16 782 8 148 547 1 032 12 422 5 911 4 308
Aytos 7 58 76 1 196 587 38 74 858 424 303
Burgas 41 379 576 8 823 4 268 268 506 6 614 3 124 2 474
Kameno 4 20 29 315 156 12 25 227 103 83
Karnobat 6 43 67 992 450 34 68 757 364 194
Malko Tarnovo 1 4 8 96 43 3 7 75 33 17
Nesebar 8 54 80 1 107 536 33 59 657 319 223
Pomorie 11 53 81 1 069 536 36 74 787 369 245
Primorsko 2 7 11 173 93 7 5 150 76 30
Ruen 20 60 77 1 112 556 49 82 926 443 315
Sozopol 6 20 37 459 218 15 29 310 155 138
Sredets 4 29 53 639 311 19 42 445 219 114
Sungurlare 6 26 34 464 218 21 39 356 165 106
Tsarevo 2 16 27 337 176 12 22 260 117 66
Sliven 58 395 563 8 511 4 140 276 503 6 566 3 101 1 983
Kotel 10 26 60 669 292 25 49 563 255 177
Nova Zagora 12 72 103 1 433 707 43 91 1 030 499 290
Sliven 31 260 342 5 664 2 775 180 317 4 349 2 078 1 398
Tvarditsa 5 37 58 745 366 28 46 624 269 118
Stara Zagora 100 591 1 016 12 532 6 032 416 849 9 288 4 393 3 182
Bratya Daskalovi 6 8 26 226 112 10 21 201 90 55
Gurkovo 2 12 15 235 107 9 15 193 78 42
Galabovo 4 22 37 461 219 15 36 328 146 102
Kazanlak 22 123 207 2 663 1 291 92 159 2 136 1 053 747
Maglizh 6 23 38 434 206 19 32 386 164 71
Nikolaevo 4 13 20 279 131 10 15 221 109 65
Opan 1 4 4 46 21 3 7 53 17 12
Pavel Banya 9 34 51 532 262 24 47 403 178 147
Radnevo 5 33 63 690 347 22 51 446 197 154
Stara Zagora 34 279 471 6 105 2 908 187 385 4 302 2 064 1 573
Chirpan 7 40 84 861 428 25 81 619 297 214
Yambol 33 212 307 4 657 2 274 163 289 3 753 1 797 1 399
Bolyarovo 2 6 10 106 62 4 9 85 37 25
Elhovo 5 22 38 528 253 16 35 384 194 169
Straldzha 4 24 38 529 279 24 37 440 207 116
Tundzha 10 28 41 522 245 25 51 496 219 147
Yambol 12 132 180 2 972 1 435 94 157 2 348 1 140 942
Yugozapadna I Yuzhna tsentralna Bulgaria 909 6 238 10 322 129 325 62 817 4 332 8 557 93 572 44 710 35 575
Yugozapaden 474 3 686 6 122 78 218 37 957 2 532 4 924 55 472 26 535 21 997
Blagoevgrad 105 616 912 12 197 5 942 432 861 9 047 4 351 3 461
Bansko 4 26 39 508 255 17 38 355 186 97
Belitsa 5 26 46 510 257 18 27 351 170 108
Blagoevgrad 14 123 226 2 789 1 363 87 171 2 028 980 1 037
Gotse Delchev 11 71 91 1 339 639 49 92 1 005 476 376
Garmen 8 44 51 761 381 29 59 529 261 159
Kresna 1 7 9 139 57 6 7 107 45 28
Petrich 16 93 160 1 863 890 74 151 1 535 784 457
Razlog 9 47 54 824 411 27 49 634 293 263
Sandanski 10 69 87 1 461 728 49 94 1 056 485 431
Satovcha 13 28 43 547 260 20 38 406 189 143
Simitli 3 25 37 510 260 17 40 389 179 124
Strumyani 1 9 12 172 76 6 15 116 46 33
Hadzhidimovo 5 25 30 323 143 18 38 262 125 97
Yakoruda 5 23 27 451 222 15 42 274 132 108
Kyustendil 30 191 295 3 857 1 872 137 282 3 040 1 429 1 190
Bobov dol 3 14 14 209 93 9 17 161 50 64
Boboshevo 1 2 4 33 13 3 6 27 13 4
Dupnitsa 10 76 106 1 548 778 50 103 1 165 564 435
Kocherinovo 1 5 7 84 35 3 8 63 29 30
Kyustendil 11 78 135 1 644 802 58 116 1 322 623 593
Nevestino 1 4 4 91 41 4 8 97 44 21
Rila 1 4 3 56 26 3 5 38 19 6
Sapareva Banya 1 8 20 178 77 6 16 148 76 32
Treklyano 1 - 2 14 7 1 3 19 11 5
Pernik 32 194 383 4 154 2 004 135 287 2 975 1 458 1 122
Breznik 2 8 16 160 72 4 13 120 75 35
Zemen 1 2 5 34 20 3 10 37 15 7
Kovachevtsi 1 - 3 15 8 1 3 8 4 1
Pernik 21 155 292 3 290 1 594 107 219 2 316 1 125 909
Radomir 6 24 58 556 266 16 38 413 194 150
Tran 1 5 9 99 44 4 4 81 45 20
Sofia 80 433 710 8 456 4 099 320 587 6 619 3 125 2 477
Anton 1 4 4 48 20 3 8 42 21 10
Bozhurishte 2 12 16 304 158 12 11 233 116 56
Botevgrad 9 60 92 1 309 635 43 70 968 474 363
Godech 1 7 9 135 62 4 9 88 46 28
Gorna Malina 3 12 23 207 103 10 17 193 103 51
Dolna Banya 1 8 13 170 85 6 19 139 62 38
Dragoman 1 8 14 138 69 5 8 101 51 19
Elin Pelin 10 39 68 749 364 32 70 579 278 193
Etropole 4 25 41 432 205 18 34 379 156 183
Zlatitsa 1 9 20 214 106 6 13 155 70 61
Ihtiman 4 40 53 882 444 27 42 693 316 190
Koprivshtitsa 1 4 5 61 28 3 11 84 37 36
Kostenets 4 26 35 421 223 18 35 335 158 158
Kostinbrod 5 28 50 509 247 18 37 393 186 133
Mirkovo 1 4 4 74 32 3 5 31 16 13
Pirdop 2 12 20 242 109 8 15 175 87 79
Pravets 6 12 35 287 129 15 29 253 108 116
Samokov 10 67 117 1 370 652 50 88 1 141 547 419
Svoge 9 31 55 495 231 22 40 355 162 174
Slivnitsa 2 17 23 295 136 11 13 188 89 106
Chavdar 1 4 5 35 20 3 6 20 11 7
Chelopech 2 4 8 79 41 3 7 74 31 44
Sofia (stolitsa) 2 227 2 252 3 822 49 554 24 040 1 508 2 907 33 791 16 172 13 747
Stolichna 227 2 252 3 822 49 554 24 040 1 508 2 907 33 791 16 172 13 747
Yuzhen tsentralen 435 2 552 4 200 51 107 24 860 1 800 3 633 38 100 18 175 13 578
Kardzhali 61 240 505 4 860 2 412 191 437 3 806 1 809 1 254
Ardino 6 8 31 228 104 8 30 182 85 90
Dzhebel 4 8 23 228 123 6 29 188 88 83
Kirkovo 8 30 61 525 266 25 62 404 209 140
Krumovgrad 11 32 61 614 321 28 54 488 215 136
Kardzhali 21 121 266 2 551 1 260 93 186 1 989 947 575
Momchilgrad 6 27 43 461 217 19 44 352 163 157
Chernoochene 5 14 20 253 121 12 32 203 102 73
Pazardzhik 95 469 864 9 344 4 518 347 724 7 246 3 386 2 864
Batak 11 8 12 127 65 7 15 114 48 146
Belovo 3 10 24 223 111 9 25 167 80 30
Bratsigovo 3 14 21 222 97 12 14 198 102 88
Velingrad 4 79 138 1 537 767 56 126 1 193 574 42
Lesichovo 12 8 15 134 66 6 15 111 48 401
Pazardzhik 3 184 367 3 998 1 901 130 275 2 991 1 380 35
Panagyurishte 38 36 70 703 348 30 55 625 285 1 262
Peshtera 5 33 53 664 306 24 43 517 244 216
Rakitovo 6 30 57 666 327 25 59 538 248 138
Septemvri 5 46 78 768 372 31 62 550 261 420
Strelcha 2 8 13 127 72 6 13 107 49 35
Surnitsa 3 13 16 175 86 11 22 135 67 51
Plovdiv 159 1 261 1 760 25 065 12 075 840 1 581 18 134 8 726 6 174
Asenovgrad 12 100 139 2 126 1 017 74 144 1 674 835 599
Brezovo 3 36 21 192 99 9 18 171 79 49
Kaloyanovo 5 17 24 288 133 14 32 186 81 70
Karlovo 12 92 117 1 871 916 66 115 1 535 759 509
Krichim 2 15 31 295 138 10 22 213 106 63
Kuklen 1 9 19 209 92 7 14 145 78 34
Laki 1 4 6 44 20 3 7 38 20 12
Maritsa 13 92 80 1 057 486 41 85 733 352 239
Perushtitsa 1 9 10 175 85 6 10 118 56 37
Plovdiv 57 620 936 13 731 6 612 429 755 9 794 4 680 3 624
Parvomay 13 44 80 862 421 33 80 669 320 135
Rakovski 5 54 61 1 133 550 34 59 747 352 202
Rodopi 11 50 65 841 409 35 83 545 272 177
Sadovo 7 31 40 578 270 24 46 493 218 119
Sopot 2 18 34 429 206 7 14 189 83 79
Stamboliyski 7 37 47 711 341 26 49 531 261 137
Saedinenie 2 9 15 209 117 6 12 125 48 50
Hisarya 5 24 35 314 163 16 36 228 126 39
Smolyan 53 173 432 3 386 1 659 134 372 2 536 1 220 1 088
Banite 2 3 8 62 32 3 9 64 26 22
Borino 2 4 8 53 28 4 14 58 28 19
Devin 9 11 45 357 170 11 49 256 129 96
Dospat 8 10 34 291 133 7 34 181 87 57
Zlatograd 5 20 43 331 161 15 29 211 107 93
Madan 6 22 46 357 160 19 37 274 135 110
Nedelino 2 8 17 148 89 6 18 108 54 39
Rudozem 3 21 52 352 177 13 34 259 124 69
Smolyan 13 62 149 1 248 619 46 128 983 457 527
Chepelare 3 12 30 187 90 10 20 142 73 56
Haskovo 67 409 639 8 452 4 196 288 519 6 378 3 034 2 198
Dimitrovgrad 12 76 105 1 604 749 57 101 1 210 550 484
Ivaylovgrad 4 10 19 154 90 9 16 153 82 34
Lyubimets 4 18 31 391 183 11 20 284 144 77
Madzharovo 1 3 3 38 21 2 5 38 18 15
Mineralni Bani 2 8 9 165 88 6 11 132 60 42
Svilengrad 5 40 60 803 412 26 49 644 311 198
Simeonovgrad 3 16 27 382 210 11 29 291 140 74
Stambolovo 4 11 22 192 100 9 21 142 72 40
Topolovgrad 5 13 25 281 137 12 24 244 142 79
Harmanli 8 48 76 919 450 33 51 691 340 165
Haskovo 19 166 262 3 523 1 756 112 192 2 549 1 175 990
SCHOOLS, CLASSES, TEACHING STAFF, STUDENTS AND GRADUATES IN GENERAL AND SPECIAL SCHOOLS BY STATISTICAL ZONES, STATISTICAL REGIONS, DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES IN 2018/2019 SCHOOL YEAR 1
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(Number)
Statistical zones
Statistical regions
Districts
Municipalities
VIII - XII grade
Classes Teaching staff 3 Students Graduates
total of which: females
Total 5 929 11 209 134 850 74 178 26 499
Severna i Yugoiztochna Bulgaria 2 766 5 383 63 497 35 067 12 579
Severozapaden 659 1 321 14 557 7 957 2 826
Vidin 83 155 1 863 962 332
Belogradchik 7 10 124 65 15
Bregovo 1 4 22 9 13
Vidin 61 102 1 453 777 287
Dimovo 6 13 98 44 3
Kula - 5 - - -
Novo Selo - 7 - - -
Ruzhintsi 8 14 166 67 14
Vratsa 154 343 3 362 1 919 849
Byala Slatina 15 27 276 156 83
Vratsa 97 203 2 172 1 245 533
Kozloduy 20 42 474 273 118
Krivodol - 9 - - -
Mezdra 15 28 297 171 74
Oryahovo - 17 - - -
Roman 7 11 143 74 15
Hayredin - 6 - - 26
Lovech 115 244 2 634 1 519 537
Apriltsi - 7 - - -
Lovech 66 128 1 559 946 334
Lukovit 8 22 177 104 37
Teteven 10 19 213 116 38
Troyan 24 50 540 293 123
Ugarchin 6 6 130 59 5
Yablanitsa 1 12 15 1 -
Montana 111 213 2 405 1 293 401
Berkovitsa 5 17 109 70 22
Boychinovtsi 4 6 61 31 3
Brusartsi 5 8 86 35 5
Valchedram 1 1 17 13 33
Varshets 8 24 146 79 -
Lom 25 44 529 302 105
Medkovets 5 10 81 40 14
Montana 55 103 1 315 696 219
Yakimovo 3 - 61 27 -
Pleven 196 366 4 293 2 264 707
Belene 6 3 116 54 26
Gulyantsi 10 26 241 126 27
Dolna Mitropolia 11 21 263 142 25
Dolni Dabnik 5 15 111 52 9
Iskar 6 13 130 62 22
Knezha 5 8 85 28 29
Levski 7 8 169 96 16
Nikopol 6 11 115 73 13
Pleven 116 218 2 611 1 406 494
Pordim 9 20 131 61 8
Cherven Bryag 15 23 321 164 38
Severen tsentralen 564 1 156 12 848 7 375 2 649
Veliko Tarnovo 177 378 3 891 2 226 815
Veliko Tarnovo 91 210 2 042 1 187 460
Gorna Oryahovitsa 15 25 340 240 65
Elena 5 18 114 70 30
Zlataritsa 4 7 74 42 5
Lyaskovets 5 13 106 55 36
Pavlikeni 12 25 226 116 61
Polski Trambesh 10 21 212 122 37
Svishtov 26 45 578 287 88
Strazhitsa 9 14 179 97 31
Suhindol - - 20 10 2
Gabrovo 78 153 1 824 1 112 362
Gabrovo 52 125 1 274 765 247
Dryanovo 5 1 86 46 10
Sevlievo 15 19 333 230 78
Tryavna 6 8 131 71 27
Razgrad 85 148 1 997 1 186 397
Zavet 5 9 114 56 18
Isperih 14 23 332 183 78
Kubrat 10 20 245 152 42
Loznitsa - 1 - - -
Razgrad 41 77 1 042 664 213
Samuil 10 10 188 89 28
Tsar Kaloyan 5 8 76 42 18
Ruse 150 322 3 446 1 892 735
Byala 8 15 166 71 28
Vetovo 5 12 124 62 19
Dve Mogili 5 7 109 64 9
Ruse 127 282 2 963 1 646 674
Slivo Pole 5 6 84 49 5
Silistra 74 155 1 690 959 340
Glavinitsa 9 17 181 104 35
Dulovo 21 39 486 259 86
Silistra 34 66 834 499 184
Tutrakan 10 33 189 97 35
Severoiztochen 779 1 555 17 774 9 602 3 544
Varna 398 777 9 444 5 158 1 868
Avren 7 18 54 22 6
Aksakovo - 20 - - -
Beloslav 5 9 135 81 16
Varna 342 639 8 232 4 486 1 679
Vetrino - 9 - - -
Valchi Dol 5 20 156 81 21
Devnya 1 6 27 14 4
Dolni Chiflik 7 12 168 103 19
Dalgopol 17 23 315 181 58
Provadia 11 18 274 148 46
Suvorovo 3 3 83 42 19
Dobrich 133 285 2 657 1 365 585
Balchik 8 31 136 67 28
General Toshevo 5 7 104 58 24
Dobrich 99 194 2 002 1 027 443
Dobrich-selska - 2 - - -
Kavarna 11 20 209 107 61
Krushari 5 7 78 33 3
Tervel 5 14 128 73 26
Shabla - 10 - - -
Targovishte 70 130 1 659 975 345
Antonovo 5 10 94 48 9
Omurtag 10 17 273 169 67
Opaka 5 8 98 54 29
Popovo 14 24 302 196 70
Targovishte 36 71 892 508 170
Shumen 178 363 4 014 2 104 746
Veliki Preslav 4 5 63 30 6
Venets 6 11 120 47 12
Varbitsa 9 22 192 106 29
Kaolinovo 9 25 210 111 27
Kaspichan 7 12 104 54 14
Nikola Kozlevo 5 19 137 80 18
Novi Pazar 17 39 368 196 56
Smyadovo 5 12 107 60 16
Hitrino 3 7 37 20 9
Shumen 113 211 2 676 1 400 559
Yugoiztochen 764 1 351 18 318 10 133 3 560
Burgas 340 617 8 403 4 863 1 599
Aytos 25 28 649 367 129
Burgas 212 396 5 348 3 187 1 103
Kameno - 12 - - -
Karnobat 24 39 586 317 128
Nesebar 13 20 280 133 28
Pomorie 5 8 119 53 18
Primorsko 5 16 91 44 10
Ruen 29 42 720 420 105
Sozopol 6 8 176 94 22
Sredets 5 6 93 70 12
Sungurlare 6 26 134 72 15
Tsarevo 10 16 207 106 29
Sliven 114 197 2 731 1 420 518
Kotel 5 10 136 55 20
Nova Zagora 18 24 380 207 87
Sliven 77 140 1 909 1 045 386
Tvarditsa 14 23 306 113 25
Stara Zagora 222 379 5 198 2 762 1 065
Galabovo 6 8 131 78 22
Kazanlak 60 125 1 447 804 285
Opan 2 2 21 7 -
Maglizh - 3 - - -
Pavel Banya 6 8 116 62 15
Radnevo 7 10 165 97 43
Stara Zagora 122 203 2 908 1 519 622
Chirpan 19 20 410 195 78
Yambol 88 158 1 986 1 088 378
Bolyarovo 5 6 76 36 -
Elhovo 10 22 252 134 54
Straldzha 8 10 145 63 17
Tundzha 1 10 15 7 -
Yambol 64 110 1 498 848 307
Yugozapadna i Yuzhna tsentralna Bulgaria 3 163 5 826 71 353 39 111 13 920
Yugozapaden 2 005 3 668 45 020 24 535 8 823
Blagoevgrad 327 590 7 456 4 072 1 427
Bansko 1 - 20 16 -
Belitsa 10 17 243 153 39
Blagoevgrad 102 219 2 542 1 443 471
Gotse Delchev 36 74 853 496 190
Garmen 18 21 377 198 30
Kresna 5 8 83 40 23
Petrich 46 61 1 069 553 194
Razlog 13 26 293 183 61
Sandanski 27 51 618 320 159
Satovcha 31 52 570 285 124
Simitli 12 21 212 92 44
Strumyani 3 13 53 26 -
Hadzhidimovo 14 19 329 165 61
Yakoruda 9 8 194 102 31
Kyustendil 78 158 1 895 1 047 335
Bobov dol 4 11 69 43 19
Dupnitsa 35 69 853 482 158
Kocherinovo 5 5 106 50 11
Kyustendil 34 65 867 472 147
Sapareva Banya - 8 - - -
Pernik 71 158 1 615 874 359
Breznik 7 12 149 76 11
Zemen 1 2 18 10 7
Pernik 51 113 1 227 682 305
Radomir 7 19 142 66 25
Tran 5 12 79 40 11
Sofia 170 351 3 575 1 956 759
Bozhurishte 6 16 137 65 23
Botevgrad 20 37 460 273 87
Godech 6 10 133 68 34
Gorna Malina - 17 - - -
Dolna Banya 6 5 122 52 5
Dragoman 5 7 50 27 12
Elin Pelin 15 19 321 191 102
Etropole 15 29 323 149 58
Zlatitsa 6 8 122 67 23
Ihtiman 12 24 269 126 36
Koprivshtitsa - 8 12 4 1
Kostenets 11 20 272 159 63
Kostinbrod 6 10 123 60 19
Pirdop 5 14 84 43 30
Pravets 16 32 312 196 85
Samokov 20 50 485 271 104
Svoge 6 10 103 46 20
Slivnitsa 5 17 108 65 21
Chelopech 10 18 139 94 36
Sofia (stolitsa) 2 1 359 2 411 30 479 16 586 5 943
Stolichna 1 359 2 411 30 479 16 586 5 943
Yuzhen tsentralen 1 158 2 158 26 333 14 576 5 097
Kardzhali 170 292 3 928 2 228 677
Ardino 15 11 283 153 22
Dzhebel 5 15 142 82 46
Kirkovo 22 39 486 248 80
Krumovgrad 19 32 426 240 71
Kardzhali 82 159 2 042 1 203 379
Momchilgrad 10 22 213 111 32
Chernoochene 17 14 336 191 47
Pazardzhik 200 402 4 259 2 277 771
Batak 5 8 70 46 23
Belovo 4 13 78 44 16
Bratsigovo 5 16 86 34 35
Velingrad 41 70 887 505 12
Lesichovo - 1 11 5 -
Pazardzhik 1 192 2 190 1 181 167
Panagyurishte 94 24 271 159 413
Peshtera 12 17 104 56 53
Rakitovo 5 23 286 101 20
Septemvri 18 16 185 98 18
Strelcha 10 9 - - -
Surnitsa 5 13 91 48 14
Plovdiv 492 896 11 354 6 326 2 378
Asenovgrad 37 62 868 551 173
Brezovo 5 6 74 33 -
Kaloyanovo 1 1 9 1 -
Karlovo 40 60 798 449 341
Krichim 7 10 155 77 8
Kuklen 5 - - - -
Laki 2 6 35 21 1
Maritsa - 1 19 11 -
Plovdiv 369 695 8 903 4 955 1 814
Parvomay 10 15 202 106 -
Sopot 4 10 83 41 19
Stamboliyski 5 8 93 36 3
Saedinenie 5 7 95 36 19
Hisarya 2 15 20 9 -
Smolyan 122 231 2 555 1 424 548
Banite 4 9 48 27 24
Borino 3 3 36 17 11
Devin 11 20 262 153 41
Dospat 8 18 165 79 47
Zlatograd 15 31 284 148 59
Madan 11 22 241 153 40
Nedelino 4 9 80 43 19
Rudozem 15 16 319 169 71
Smolyan 47 94 1 064 593 224
Chepelare 4 9 56 42 12
Haskovo 174 337 4 237 2 321 723
Dimitrovgrad 43 84 999 493 182
Ivaylovgrad 5 15 115 66 16
Lyubimets 5 15 116 65 26
Madzharovo 5 7 97 44 8
Svilengrad 14 22 322 158 61
Simeonovgrad 2 14 131 60 5
Topolovgrad 6 22 138 94 30
Harmanli 25 37 600 290 70
Haskovo 69 121 1 719 1 051 325

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
25.04.2019


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, 29 April 2011 - 11:00

    During the 2006 - 2010 period the educational attainment of the population aged 25 - 64 continues to improve following the clear-cut tendency towards an increase of the number and share of the population with tertiary and secondary education together with the decrease of the number and share of people with primary and lower education. The relative share of the population with tertiary education (college and university) increased from 21.9% in 2006 to 23.2% in 2010 or by 1.3 points and the share of the population with secondary education increased from 52.5 to 56.2% or by 3.7 points. Parallel to this, the relative share of persons with primary and lower education decreased by 5.0 points - from 25.6 to 20.6%. This means that 79.4% of the population at the most active working age (25 - 64 years of age) is with secondary or higher education.

Pages

  • Statistical Reference Book 2017
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2017 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 2013 - 2016 period.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2017 (Bulgarian version)
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2017 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 2013 - 2016 period.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2016
    The National Statistical Institute (NSI) has the pleasure to present to the attention of national and foreign users of statistical information the 84th 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 2011 - 2015 in different territorial and classification aggregations and breakdowns.

  • Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2016
    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 2016.

    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 2011/2012 to 2015/2016 school (academic) years.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2016
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2016 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 2012 - 2015 period.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2016 (Bulgarian version)
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2016 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 2012 - 2015 period.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2015
    The National Statistical Institute (NSI) has the pleasure to present to the attention of national and foreign users of statistical information the 83rd 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 2010 - 2014 in different territorial and classification aggregations and breakdowns.

  • Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2015

    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 2015.

    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 2010/2011 to 2014/2015 school (academic) years.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2015

    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2015 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 2010 - 2014 period.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2015 (Bulgarian version)

    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2015 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 2010 - 2014 period.

Pages