List of countries by spending on education (% of GDP)

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This list shows the government education expenditure of various countries in % of GDP (1989-2019). [1] [2] [3] [4]

List of countries by spending on education (% of GDP)
Country or subnational area Expenditure on education
(% of GDP)
Year Source
 Cuba 12.9 2012 [1]
 Micronesia 12.5 2015 [1]
 Marshall Islands 12.2 2003 [1]
 Kiribati 12.0 2001 [1]
 Somaliland 9.6 2021 [1]
 Djibouti 8.4 2012 [1]
 Namibia 8.4 2012 [1]
 Norway 8.0 2016 [1]
 Botswana 7.8 2012 [1]
 Sweden 7.7 2016 [2]
 Denmark 7.6 2014 [1]
 Palau 7.6 2002 [1]
 Iceland 7.5 2016 [2]
 Costa Rica 7.4 2016 [1]
 Belize 7.4 2017 [1]
 Bolivia 7.3 2014 [1]
 Solomon Islands 7.3 2012 [1]
 Swaziland 7.1 2014 [2]
 Finland 6.9 2016 [1]
 Oman 6.8 2017 [1]
 Moldova 6.7 2017 [1]
 Bhutan 6.6 2018 [2]
 Tunisia 6.6 2015 [1]
 Belgium 6.5 2016 [1]
 Lesotho 6.5 2018 [1]
 Mozambique 6.5 2014 [2]
 New Zealand 6.4 2016 [1]
 Cyprus 6.4 2015 [1]
 Guyana 6.3 2017 [1]
 Uzbekistan 6.3 2017 [1]
 Brazil 6.2 2015 [2]
 South Africa 6.2 2018 [1]
 Zimbabwe 6.1 2014 [2]
 Kyrgyzstan 6.1 2017 [1]
 Puerto Rico 6.1 2014 [1]
 Honduras 6.0 2017 [2]
 Israel 5.8 2016 [1]
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5.8 2017 [1]
 Saudi Arabia 5.6 2012 [1]
 Czech Republic 5.6 2016 [2]
 Argentina 5.5 2017 [2]
 Austria 5.5 2016 [1]
 Canada 5.5 2012 [1]
 United Kingdom 5.5 2016 [2]
 Netherlands 5.5 2016 [2]
 Jamaica 5.4 2018 [1]
 France 5.4 2016 [2]
 Chile 5.4 2017 [2]
 Ukraine 5.4 2017 [2]
 Morocco 5.4 2012 [1]
 Malta 5.3 2015 [1]
 Australia 5.3 2016 [2]
 State of Palestine 5.3 2017 [2]
 Kenya 5.2 2017 [1]
 Tajikistan 5.2 2015 [2]
 Estonia 5.2 2016 [2]
 Yemen 5.2 2012 [1]
 Cape Verde 5.2 2017 [1]
   Nepal 5.2 2018 [2]
 Côte d'Ivoire 5.1 2017 [2]
 Syria 5.1 2012 [1]
 South Korea 5.1 2014 [2]
  Switzerland 5.1 2016 [1]
 Ecuador 5.0 2015 [1]
 Togo 5.0 2016 [1]
 United States 5.0 2014 [2]
 Nauru 4.9 2007 [1]
 Mexico 4.9 2016 [2]
 Portugal 4.9 2015 [1]
 Uruguay 4.9 2017 [1]
 Sao Tome and Principe 4.9 2017 [2]
 Mauritius 4.8 2018 [1]
 Belarus 4.8 2017 [citation needed]
 Senegal 4.8 2017 [2]
 Germany 4.8 2016 [2]
 Slovenia 4.8 2016 [1]
 Burundi 4.8 2017 [1]
 Malaysia 4.7 2017 [1]
 Ethiopia 4.7 2015 [2]
 Latvia 4.7 2016 [2]
 Hungary 4.7 2016 [1]
 Vanuatu 4.7 2017 [1]
 Barbados 4.7 2017 [1]
 Poland 4.6 2016 [2]
 Sierra Leone 4.6 2017 [1]
 Congo 4.6 2015 [1]
 Croatia 4.6 2013 [2]
 Colombia 4.5 2017 [2]
 Brunei 4.4 2016 [1]
 Turkey 4.4 2014 [2]
 Seychelles 4.4 2016 [1]
 Vietnam 4.3 2016 [2]
 Algeria 4.3 2012 [1]
 Dominican Republic 4.3 2014 [3]
 Nicaragua 4.3 2017 [1]
 Burkina Faso 4.2 2016 [2]
 Spain 4.2 2016 [1]
 Thailand 4.1 2013 [2]
 Mongolia 4.1 2017 [1]
 Samoa 4.1 2016 [1]
 Maldives 4.1 2016 [1]
 Afghanistan 4.1 2017 [2]
 Bulgaria 4.1 2012 [1]
 Greece 4.1 2012 [1]
 Panama 4.1 2012 [1]
 Malawi 4.0 2017 [1]
 Lithuania 4.0 2016 [2]
 Benin 4.0 2016 [1]
 Luxembourg 4.0 2014 [2]
 Serbia 4.0 2017 [2]
 China 4.0 2016 [5]
 Iran 4.0 2018 [1]
 Albania 4.0 2016 [2]
 Peru 3.9 2017 [2]
 Tonga 3.9 2004 [1]
 Slovakia 3.9 2016 [1]
 Fiji 3.9 2013 [1]
 Georgia 3.8 2017 [1]
 Timor-Leste 3.8 2017 [1]
 Saint Lucia 3.8 2018 [1]
 Italy 3.8 2016 [2]
 Egypt 3.8 2012 [1]
 Kuwait 3.8 2012 [1]
 El Salvador 3.8 2017 [1]
 Russia 3.7 2016 [1]
 Tuvalu 3.7 1997 [1]
 Ireland 3.7 2017 [2]
 Jordan 3.6 2017 [2]
 Japan 3.6 2014 [2]
 Ghana 3.6 2017 [2]
 Indonesia 3.6 2015 [2]
 Venezuela 3.6 2012 [1]
 Niger 3.5 2017 [2]
 Angola 3.5 2012 [1]
 Iraq 3.5 1989 [2]
 Tanzania 3.4 2014 [1]
 Dominica 3.4 2015 [1]
 Paraguay 3.4 2016 [2]
 North Macedonia 3.3 2002 [2]
 Hong Kong 3.3 2018 [2]
 San Marino 3.2 2017 [1]
 Andorra 3.2 2012 [1]
 Grenada 3.2 2017 [2]
 India 3.1 2019 [6]
 Trinidad and Tobago 3.1 2003 [1]
 Cameroon 3.1 2017 [2]
 Mali 3.1 2016 [1]
 Romania 3.1 2017 [4]
 Rwanda 3.1 2018 [2]
 Turkmenistan 3.0 2012 [2]
 Singapore 2.9 2013 [1]
 Qatar 2.9 2017 [2]
 Chad 2.9 2013 [2]
 Laos 2.9 2014 [1]
 Pakistan 2.9 2017 [2]
 Bahamas 2.8 2000 [1]
 Kazakhstan 2.8 2017 [2]
 Sri Lanka 2.8 2017 [2]
 Guatemala 2.8 2017 [1]
 Madagascar 2.8 2014 [1]
 Gabon 2.7 2014 [2]
 Philippines 2.7 2012 [1]
 Macau 2.7 2017 [1]
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 2.6 2015 [1]
 Uganda 2.6 2017 [1]
 Mauritania 2.6 2016 [1]
 Antigua and Barbuda 2.5 2012 [1]
 Comoros 2.5 2015 [1]
 Haiti 2.5 2016 [1]
 Azerbaijan 2.5 2017 [2]
 Lebanon 2.5 2013 [2]
 Armenia 2.3 2020 [7]
 Libya 2.3 1999 [2]
 Liberia 2.3 2014 [2]
 Bahrain 2.3 2017 [2]
 Sudan 2.2 2009 [2]
 Guinea 2.2 2017 [1]
 Myanmar 2.2 2017 [2]
 Eritrea 2.1 2012 [1]
 Liechtenstein 2.1 2012 [1]
 Gambia 2.1 2016 [1]
 Guinea-Bissau 2.1 2012 [2]
 Bangladesh 2.0 2018 [1]
 Cambodia 1.9 2014 [2]
 Monaco 1.5 2017 [1]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1.5 2017 [1]
 Zambia 1.3 2012 [1]
 United Arab Emirates 1.3 2000 [1]
 Central African Republic 1.2 2012 [1]
 South Sudan 1.0 2017 [2]
 Equatorial Guinea 0.6 2003 [1]
 Suriname n.a. n.a. [1]
 Nigeria n.a. n.a. [1]
 Somalia n.a. n.a. [1]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina n.a. n.a. [1]
 Montenegro n.a. n.a. [1]
 North Korea n.a. n.a. [1]
 Papua New Guinea n.a. n.a. [1]

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