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Australia - Inbound mobility in tertiary education

18.0 (%) in 2013

In 2013, inbound mobility in tertiary education for Australia was 18 %. Between 2009 and 2013, inbound mobility in tertiary education in Australia was decreasing on average by 2.63 % each year, although before that, it grew from 12.5 % in 2000 to 21.5 % in 2009.

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What is inbound mobility in tertiary education?

Inbound mobility rate. Tertiary. Total is the number of students from abroad studying in a given country, as a percentage of the total tertiary enrollment in that country.

What is Australia inbound mobility in tertiary education?

Date Value Change, %
2013 18.0 -1.78 %
2012 18.3 -7.74 %
2011 19.8 -6.68 %
2010 21.2 -1.04 %
2009 21.5 4.07 %
2008 20.6 5.71 %
2007 19.5 9.91 %
2006 17.8 2.77 %
2005 17.3 3.80 %
2004 16.6 -11.01 %
2003 18.7 5.40 %
2002 17.7