After graduating from basic or secondary school, it is possible to continue studying at a vocation school in order to learn a trade. Vocational schools enrol adults as well. These schools provide professional education, teaching practical skills to start work as a welder, assembler, electrician, gardener, cook or hairdresser. Modern vocational education institutions offer many exciting specialties.
Vocational education statistics provide information, such as:
- how many vocational education institutions there are in Estonia and where they are located;
- which fields of study are available;
- how many vocational students and graduates there are.
Statistics on vocational education are necessary to make plans and decisions concerning vocational education.
Vocational education institutions 35
Vocational students 25,469
Admitted students 12,877
Vocational education graduates 8,939
Teachers of vocational education institutions 2,210
Acquisition of vocational education by type of study | 2022
Teachers of vocational education institutions by age | 2021
Acquisition of vocational education by type of study | 2021 – 2022
|Arts and humanities||1,728||1,786|
|Information and communication technologies||2,524||2,620|
|Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics||114||123|
|Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary||2,109||2,009|
|Social sciences, journalism and information||0||0|
|Engineering, manufacturing and construction||9,799||9,636|
|Health and welfare||1,341||1,387|
|Business, administration and law||2,896||2,682|
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