Schools, classes, teaching staff, students, new entrants and graduates in programmes for attainment of a second level professional qualification by statistical zones, statistical regions, districts and municipalities


Time series: Edu_2.9.3_en.xls

SCHOOLS, CLASSES, TEACHING STAFF, STUDENTS, NEW ENTRANTS AND GRADUATES IN PROGRAMMES FOR ATTAINMENT OF A SECOND LEVEL PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION BY STATISTICAL ZONES, STATISTICAL REGIONS, DISTRICTS AND MUNICIPALITIES IN 2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR 1
(Number)
Statistical zones
Statistical regions
Districts
Municipalities
Schools Classes Teaching staff Students New entrants Graduates upper secondary education
Total of which: females Total of which: females Total of which: females Total Graduates of 2019
Total 47 1 168 991 688 24 464 10 030 5 562 2 366 2 928 2 644
Severna i Yugoiztochna Bulgaria 31 743 653 436 15 114 6 169 3 424 1 441 1 642 1 497
Severozapaden 14 219 259 175 4 336 1 971 969 457 407 361
Vidin 2 55 52 36 1 018 389 210 82 63 58
Belogradchik - 4 - - 69 19 19 6 - -
Vidin 2 27 26 21 532 197 89 40 33 31
Dimovo - 9 1 - 154 62 50 19 5 5
Kula - 5 6 4 73 36 16 3 13 13
Novo Selo - 5 10 7 76 29 17 4 7 7
Ruzhintsi - 5 9 4 114 46 19 10 5 2
Vratsa 6 60 114 85 1 136 572 248 129 141 122
Borovan 1 10 15 12 182 80 16 2 23 16
Byala Slatina 1 10 25 22 186 88 34 19 11 10
Vratsa 2 12 43 33 262 136 75 44 26 25
Krivodol - 5 8 6 108 62 24 12 14 10
Mezdra 1 5 10 4 81 32 16 8 16 14
Mizia 1 7 13 8 132 78 41 24 23 22
Oryahovo - 4 - - 73 34 11 3 13 13
Roman - 3 - - 29 11 11 4 7 7
Hayredin - 4 - - 83 51 20 13 8 5
Lovech 1 28 35 25 620 268 146 63 76 70
Letnitsa - 7 11 10 171 100 39 22 15 11
Lovech - 8 8 5 147 54 31 11 40 40
Lukovit - 4 - - 103 22 22 2 3 2
Teteven 1 6 16 10 135 66 28 15 10 10
Troyan - 3 - - 64 26 26 13 8 7
Montana 5 31 58 29 770 353 137 60 82 71
Boychinovtsi 1 10 20 6 248 98 47 19 36 36
Valchedram 1 5 9 7 99 67 27 19 11 11
Varshets - 2 - 4 52 23 23 10 - -
Georgi Damyanovo 1 3 8 - 54 16 2 1 6 4
Lom 1 8 11 6 242 101 28 11 17 12
Montana 1 3 10 6 75 48 10 - 12 8
Pleven - 45 - - 792 389 228 123 45 40
Belene - 1 - - 18 8 - - - -
Gulyantsi   2 - - 30 16 - - - -
Dolni Dabnik - 12 - - 245 94 63 28 4 4
Knezha - 6 - - 126 62 48 22 4 4
Levski - 5 - - 52 18 14 6 11 8
Nikopol - 2 - - 34 21 18 14 - -
Pleven - 12 - - 193 107 66 38 26 24
Cherven Bryag - 5 - - 94 63 19 15 - -
Severen tsentralen 5 151 127 79 3 023 1 176 579 215 426 399
Veliko Tarnovo 1 40 31 20 779 347 187 88 109 99
Veliko Tarnovo - 9 - - 149 96 12 8 31 30
Gorna Oryahovitsa - - - - 36 10 - - 6 5
Zlataritsa 1 7 9 5 130 48 42 19 8 6
Lyaskovets - 1 - - 32 6 8 - - -
Pavlikeni - - - - 13 7 9 4 3 -
Polski Trambesh - 6 2 - 113 37 42 17 4 4
Svishtov - 6 - - 131 63 20 15 50 48
Strazhitsa - 6 14 10 112 54 36 19 7 6
Suhindol - 5 6 5 63 26 18 6 - -
Gabrovo 1 10 11 8 197 81 48 18 5 4
Gabrovo - 5 - - 74 36 26 9 1 1
Dryanovo - - - - 1 - - - 3 3
Sevlievo 1 5 11 8 122 45 22 9 1 -
Razgrad 1 26 39 23 504 158 93 23 63 58
Zavet - 2 - - 25 - - - 4 1
Isperih 1 7 39 23 116 35 27 13 18 18
Kubrat - 3 - - 90 38 18 2 12 12
Loznitsa - 7 - - 93 15 14 2 14 12
Razgrad - 7 - - 180 70 34 6 15 15
Ruse - 29 12 7 651 312 137 66 132 126
Byala - 6 - - 177 68 61 24 1 1
Vetovo - 7 12 7 100 43 29 13 - -
Ruse - 16 - - 374 201 47 29 131 125
Silistra 2 46 34 21 892 278 114 20 117 112
Glavinitsa - 2 - - 31 - - - - -
Dulovo - 12 - - 206 4 52 - 18 16
Kaynardzha 1 7 21 13 161 32 29 - 12 11
Silistra - 15 - - 297 151 22 15 37 36
Sitovo 1 5 13 8 98 39 11 5 13 13
Tutrakan - 5 - - 99 52 - - 37 36
Severoiztochen 3 157 94 68 3 299 1 475 765 359 420 388
Varna 1 56 38 21 1 251 539 297 125 180 164
Avren - 7 8 4 130 57 32 15 7 7
Aksakovo - 7 13 8 200 88 36 16 36 27
Beloslav 1 4 11 9 78 29 31 13 13 13
Byala - 2 - - 33 11 - - - -
Varna - 16 - - 382 206 122 48 87 80
Valchi Dol - 2 2 - 43 21 - 0 10 10
Dolni Chiflik - 5 - - 110 67 46 29 - -
Dalgopol - 4 4 - 58 27 16 4 6 6
Provadia - 6 - - 149 29 14 - 6 6
Suvorovo - 3 - - 68 4 - - 15 15
Dobrich - 52 10 10 1 006 431 223 101 121 112
Balchik - 10 8 8 169 76 43 21 15 12
General Toshevo - 1 - - 12 2 - - 4 4
Dobrich - 24 - - 554 273 101 56 61 59
Dobrich - selska - 1 2 2 21 7 21 7 - -
Kavarna - 4 - - 76 17 24 4 6 6
Tervel - 10 - - 135 34 34 13 20 16
Shabla - 2 - - 39 22 - - 15 15
Targovishte 1 18 22 18 398 236 117 73 65 63
Popovo - 2 - - 99 73 51 41 - -
Targovishte 1 16 22 18 299 163 66 32 65 63
Shumen 1 31 24 19 644 269 128 60 54 49
Veliki Preslav - 2 - - 43 13 - - 1 1
Varbitsa - 4 - - 89 48 28 18 9 9
Nikola Kozlevo - 5 7 6 101 51 20 12 7 6
Novi Pazar 1 10 17 13 190 84 36 12 10 10
Hitrino - 2 - - 33 12 20 10 - -
Shumen - 8 - - 188 61 24 8 27 23
Yugoiztochen 9 216 173 114 4 456 1 547 1 111 410 389 349
Burgas 4 55 67 47 1 387 497 332 115 148 133
Burgas 2 37 26 19 941 323 219 68 109 105
Karnobat - 1 - - 26 5 26 5 - -
Nesebar 1 2 22 16 32 11 - - 17 14
Pomorie - 5 - - 121 51 22 11 - -
Sredets 1 10 19 12 267 107 65 31 22 14
Sliven - 50 11 7 705 212 232 84 67 60
Kotel - 5 8 5 136 85 29 18 25 25
Nova Zagora - 10 - - 211 33 100 33 4 1
Sliven - 32 3 2 294 77 65 24 38 34
Tvarditsa - 3 - - 64 17 38 9 - -
Stara Zagora 3 58 56 38 1 234 448 328 131 78 69
Gurkovo - 6 7 6 115 52 28 13 8 7
Galabovo - - - - 12 5 - 0 - -
Kazanlak - 5 3 3 119 57 47 26 8 5
Nikolaevo 1 8 11 4 178 63 43 18 5 5
Pavel Banya 1 12 14 10 249 110 63 28 13 10
Stara Zagora 1 22 21 15 426 144 134 46 43 42
Chirpan - 5 - - 135 17 13 - 1 -
Yambol 2 53 39 22 1 130 390 219 80 96 87
Elhovo 2 22 31 17 376 127 70 31 34 30
Tundzha - 5 8 5 84 32 18 7 6 6
Yambol - 26 - - 670 231 131 42 56 51
Yugozapadna i Yuzhna tsentralna Bulgaria 16 425 338 252 9 350 3 861 2 138 925 1 286 1 147
Yugozapaden 8 198 201 148 4 399 1 892 924 416 683 612
Blagoevgrad 2 34 39 28 1 080 445 180 74 272 231
Bansko   1 - - 18 14 18 14 - -
Blagoevgrad 1 6 14 12 152 69 22 9 37 33
Gotse Delchev - 3 - - 323 133 24 12 101 96
Petrich 1 6 25 16 128 26 22 2 51 42
Razlog - 6 - - 166 54 25 4 20 16
Sandanski - 9 - - 215 107 43 26 28 18
Simitli   1 - - 26 7 26 7 - -
Yakoruda - 2 - - 52 35 - - 35 26
Kyustendil 2 26 25 20 481 208 131 66 55 48
Bobov dol - 5 6 4 36 - 6 - 1 1
Dupnitsa - 11 - - 239 110 60 32 53 46
Kyustendil 2 10 19 16 206 98 65 34 1 1
Pernik - 11 6 4 235 114 58 25 68 60
Zemen - 1 6 4 28 10 12 2 - -
Pernik   8 - - 162 92 46 23 38 30
Radomir - 2 - - 45 12 - - 30 30
Sofia 3 65 70 46 1 347 533 185 57 142 137
Botevgrad 1 12 28 17 319 145 - 0 20 20
Gorna Malina - 5 13 11 101 56 26 17 28 28
Dolna Banya 1 5 12 6 101 47 19 8 14 14
Elin Pelin - 1 - - 14 3 13 2 16 16
Etropole 1 10 17 12 199 66 44 18 25 22
Zlatitsa - 2 - - 29 14 - - - -
Ihtiman - 7 - - 159 46 34 - 3 3
Koprivshtitsa - 4 - - 122 39 14 7 5 4
Kostenets - - - - 9 1 - - 3 3
Pirdop - 6 - - 123 44 32 5 27 26
Svoge - 4 - - 90 37 - - - -
Slivnitsa - 9 - - 81 35 3 - 1 1
Sofia (stolitsa) 1 62 61 50 1 256 592 370 194 146 136
Stolichna 1 62 61 50 1 256 592 370 194 146 136
Yuzhen tsentralen 8 227 137 104 4 951 1 969 1 214 509 603 535
Kardzhali 3 34 51 39 748 311 109 44 93 81
Kirkovo - 4 - - 49 3 13 - 13 12
Krumovgrad 1 10 18 10 255 106 64 29 20 17
Kardzhali 1 15 21 19 349 161 23 11 44 39
Momchilgrad 1 5 12 10 95 41 9 4 16 13
Pazardzhik 3 40 33 23 867 286 176 78 94 76
Velingrad - 9 - 6 164 48 33 15 17 13
Pazardzhik 2 22 22 17 509 152 122 49 33 24
Peshtera - 1 - - 14 4 - - - -
Septemvri 1 2 11 - 47 7 - - 7 5
Strelcha - 5 - - 116 62 21 14 19 19
Surnitsa - 1 - - 17 13 - 0 18 15
Plovdiv 2 95 35 27 2 137 874 603 267 329 305
Asenovgrad - 9 - - 230 140 50 22 43 38
Brezovo - 3 - - 58 17 - - 42 42
Karlovo - 2 - - 66 45 25 16 22 20
Perushtitsa 1 7 15 12 213 73 52 23 6 2
Plovdiv 1 44 20 15 970 398 324 140 161 153
Parvomay - 8 - - 93 23 15 9 9 9
Rakovski - 11 - - 283 121 59 25 32 32
Sadovo - 5 - - 103 - 26 - 3 2
Sopot   1 - - 26 18 26 18 - -
Hisarya - 5 - - 95 39 26 14 11 7
Smolyan - 13 - - 229 88 61 24 27 22
Banite - 2 - - 33 13 19 7 - -
Dospat - 1 - - 14 6 14 6 4 4
Zlatograd   1 - - 9 3 9 3 - -
Nedelino - 3 - - 70 35 19 8 - -
Smolyan - 2 - - 45 19 - - - -
Chepelare - 4 - - 58 12 - - 23 18
Haskovo - 45 18 15 970 410 265 96 60 51
Dimitrovgrad - 4 - - 91 42 28 1 8 7
Ivaylovgrad - 3 5 2 41 7 16 - - -
Lyubimets - 5 - - 105 21 30 7 4 2
Mineralni bani - 3 4 4 48 26 20 11 - -
Svilengrad - 3 - - 75 32 27 14 - -
Simeonovgrad - - - - 18 6 1 1 1 1
Stambolovo - 5 9 9 106 57 26 17 22 19
Topolovgrad - 5 - - 106 47 38 18 - -
Haskovo - 17 - - 380 172 79 27 25 22

1 Excl. director and deputy director with teacher work.
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
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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
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  • Wednesday, 2 May 2012 - 11:00

    The educational structure of population aged 7 and more improves considerably, following the clearly expressed tendency of increase of the number and share of population with tertiary and upper secondary education and decrease the number of people with lower secondary or lower education.

    As of 1.02.2011 the Population census results shows 1 348.7 thousand persons with tertiary education, or each fifth person (19.6%). With upper secondary education are 2 990.4 thousand persons (43.4%). The proportion of persons with primary or lower education is 13.9% (or every seventh in 100).

  • 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.

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  • Statistical Reference Book 2018
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2018 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 2014 - 2017 period.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2017 in infographics
    The National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria offers a different view of the statistical information included in the 85th edition of the Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Bulgaria.

    The publication is intended for a wider audience as statistical data are presented in a plain and easy understandable way.

    The current state and changes in the socio-economic and cultural life in the country are presented not in the traditional way in tables and text, but through infographics - images, graphics and other visualization tools.

  • Statistical Reference Book 2018 (Bulgarian version)
    The National Statistical Institute presents to users of statistical information the annual publication - Statistical Reference Book 2018 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 2014 - 2017 period.

  • Statistical Yearbook 2017
    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 2012 - 2016 in different territorial and classification aggregations and breakdowns.

  • Education in the Republic of Bulgaria 2017
    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 2017.

    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 2012/2013 to 2016/2017 school (academic) years.

  • 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.

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