University Pablo

The school census of non-university education in the city of Seville has decreased since the 1989/90 year due to falling birth rates and emigration of young couples to other stocks in the metropolitan area of Seville to be more economically affordable housing on the periphery. In kindergartens and elementary schools enrolled 61,400 students in the academic year 2004/2005, of whom, a 54.16 were enrolled in public schools, a 30.94 grant aided and 14.90 in private hospitals. In secondary education enrolled 60,259 students in the academic year 2004/2005 distributed in compulsory secondary education (ESO), high school and cycles of vocational training, and corresponded to 57.78 at public schools, a 33.64 to private reached 9.58 and private schools. Patio central building of the University of Seville.In recent years has decreased the number of students in tertiary education in Spain because of lower birth of the 1980s and creating the establishment of universities in provinces where none existed before. In the universities of Seville, from the academic year 1998/1999, for the enrollment has declined at an annual average of 3 . In the 2005/2006 academic year were enrolled in universities of Seville 59,792 students, of which 95.35 belong to the own centers and other affiliated centers. 71.4 of the students came from the province of Seville and 23.8 of the rest of Andalusia, mainly in the provinces of C diz, Huelva and Cordoba. The primary site of origin of students from the rest of Spain’s Extremadura.Seville has two universities: the University of Seville, founded in the sixteenth century and University Pablo de Olavide, which was founded in 1997 and occupies a 140-hectare campus in the town of Dos Hermanas. The University of Seville, with 25 own centers affiliated centers and 5, provides over 100 degrees, had 122 university departments and 5 colleges. The qualifications most in demand in the 2005/2006 academic year were those on the branches of social sciences, with 39,17 of the students, and teaching techniques, with 40,3 , followed by health sciences , with 10.9 and humanities, with 10.4 . The defendant was the least branch of experimental sciences, with a 6.22 of the students.