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Education Expenditure Statistics,

Education expenditure statistics include data on direct or indirect expenditures on formal education. The mentioned educational expenditure includes only non-formal education activities directly related to formal education and does not include expenditures on other non-formal education activities. In this news bulletin, statistics on education expenditures for the years 2011-2014 are included.

Education expenditures increased by 13.2% to 113 billion 571 million TL

education expenditures in Turkey increased by 13.2% in 2014 compared to 2013 was 113 billion 571 million TL. In 2014, the education level where education expenditures increased the most compared to the previous year was secondary education with 20.4%.

The ratio of education expenditure to gross domestic product was 6.5%

While the ratio of education expenditures to gross domestic product in Turkey was 6.4% in 2013, it increased to 6.5% in 2014.

77.7% of education expenditures financed by the government

The 77,7% of education spending in Turkey in 2014 was funded by the state. The share of household expenditures in education expenditures was 19.8%.

State and private institutions made the biggest education expenditure in higher education

32.9% (25 billion 594 million TL) of expenditures made by public institutions was higher education. 47.9% (9 billion 87 million TL) of the expenditures made by private institutions was spent on higher education.

Education expenditure per student was 5403 TL

Education spending per student in Turkey 3819.1 TL while in 2011, while in 2014 amounted to £ 5403.

Most money spent on higher education

According to education levels, the highest level of education per student in 2014 was 13 245.6 TL.

The level of education per student increased the most

Total educational expenditure per student increased by 8.9% compared to the previous year. The level of education expenditures, which increased the most in 2014 compared to 2013, was secondary education with 14.7%. This was followed by primary school with 9.5%.