In the school year 2019/2020, on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, there were 112.933 pupils enrolled in 315 schools, which was 4.542 pupils less or 3.9 % lower in comparison with the previous year. In the school year 2019/2020, there were 12.716 teachers included in the education process, out of which 7.828 or 61.6 % were women.
Тechnical schools were attended by 55.3%, while 22.3% pupils attended grammar schools and 19.1% of them attended vocational schools, according to Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
At the end of the school year 2018/2019, there were 32.625 pupils who completed secondary school, which was 338 pupils less or 1% lower in comparison with the end of the school year 2017/2018. The percentage ratio of male and female pupils who completed school was 50.8% male and 49.2% female.
In the academic year 2019/2020, there were 79.886students enrolled in winter semester of the first cycle of
higher education, including integrated studies, out of which 67.836 students were enrolled in all study years, while 12.050 were candidates for graduation.
In 2019 there were 14.181 students who graduated/completed studies, which was 0.3% lower in comparison with the previous year. Out of the total number of graduate students, 59.8% were female.
While 1.8% of students graduated according to the “old” programme, 98.2% graduated/completed studies according to the Bologna compliant programme.
Out of the total number of graduate students, 7.1% graduated from schools of higher education and 92.9% from universities.
In the academic year 2019/2020, there were 9.844 teachers and assistants employed in higher education institutions. Presented by the full-time equivalent, the total number of teachers and assistants was 7,560.1. Shares of teachers and assistants working full-time and working part-time were 60.1% and 39.9% respectively.
Compared to the academic year 2018/2019, the total number of teachers and assistants in the academic year 2019/2020 is 2.7% lower. Out of the total number of teachers and assistants, 46.5% were women.