By EPRS Admin / March 31, 2015 Annual public expenditure on tertiary education as a % of GDP, 2008 Annual public expenditure on tertiary education as a % of GDP, 2008 Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail In 2008, the average public expenditure on higher education in the EU83 was 1.23% of GDP84. The highest value was registered in Denmark (2.4%) and the lowest in Slovakia (0.78%). Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Categories: EPRS Admin European Parliamentary Research Service Related Articles European Day of Languages: Multilingualism as a cornerstone of better communication The cost of alternative crop protection practices General product safety regulation [EU Legislation in Progress] Thinking about the future: What is the future of sovereignty and of European sovereignty? Remaining active in spite of the pandemic Comments […] https://epthinktank.eu/2015/04/03/higher-education-in-the-eu-approaches-issues-and-trends/edu_fig5… […] Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Download the EPRS AppIn focus Coronavirus (Covid-19) EP Plenary Sessions Cost of Non-Europe reports Latest Media Climate Change Immigration We write about BLOG EP Answers Events Replies to campaigns from citizens What Europe does for you PUBLICATIONS Economic and Social Policies EU Financing / Budgetary Affairs Institutional and Legal Affairs International Relations Policy Cycle Structural and Cohesion Policies Social Media Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest Blogroll EP Think Tank STOA Citizens' enquiry service Historical Archives EP Library catalogue 100 Books on Europe to Remember What Europe does for me URBIS ORBIS Disclaimer and Copyright statementThe content of all documents (and articles) contained in this blog is the sole responsibility of the author and any opinions expressed therein do not necessarily represent the official position of the European Parliament. It is addressed to the Members and staff of the EP for their parliamentary work. Reproduction and translation for non-commercial purposes are authorised, provided the source is acknowledged and the European Parliament is given prior notice and sent a copy. For a comprehensive description of our cookie and data protection policies, please visit Terms and Conditions page. Copyright © European Union, 2014-2021. All rights reserved.