Education in the everyday sense is the transfer of knowledge, in the course of which a greater amount of theoretical and practical knowledge is taught to a person or a group within a usually regular, institutionalised framework. Education statistics includes measuring the educational level and qualifications of the population, assessing the performance of initial education (until 2011 public education) and tertiary educational institutions, publishing data on human and financial resources of education, and monitoring the lifelong learning process of the individual (workplace training and adult education).
Expenditure on education of the budgetary institutions as a percentage of GDP
Share of budgetary expenditures on education in the gross domestic product. Budgetary expenditure on education includes kindergarten, primary, secondary, tertiary education, other education and other expenditure related to education.
It is exceptionally important to us to provide more up-to-date information on the social and economic developments in our country, in addition to our regular and detailed publications. Our WEEKLY MONITOR provides insights into trends in key areas through weekly, monthly and quarterly data from our interactive chart collection. Most WEEKLY MONITOR charts can also be downloaded in image and data formats (PNG, SVG and CSV).
The approximately 500 tables, graphs and maps and tens of thousands of data the Statistical Yearbook of Hungary contains give, for almost one and a half century, an overview of the social and economic processes of the country in the given year. Besides paying attention to the ever changing socio-economic environment and user demands we always strive to share new information: the health chapter broadened this year with indices regarding outpatient care, time series of healthcare expenses, life expectancy in good health and the number of Covid19 infected people.
Our publication, also highlighting the main effects of the pandemic, gives an overview of the social and economic trends in Hungary in 2020, including a 5% drop in GDP, putting us in the middle of the EU ranking, taking into use 28,000 new homes, the highest number since 2009, a nearly threefold increase in the share of people working remotely or from home as compared to the average for the past 10 years, a 42% increase in the value of mail order and internet retailing, and fewer accidents on the roads.
The dissemination database’s data groups for settlements and for Budapest districts were updated with further data, referring to 2020, so settlement-level 2020 data on tertiary education among others are available from 7 September.
In the 2021/2022 school year 1.8 million children and young people attend the different levels of initial, vocational and tertiary education in Hungary according to preliminary data. Compared to the previous school year, the number of kindergarten children and students in primary schools decreased, while that of students in secondary and tertiary educational institutions increased. There are more part-time students in secondary and tertiary education than in the previous school year.