Table 13.7 Educational attainment, by immigration status, 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of table 13.7 educational attainment total population, landed immigrants, immigrants, landed 5 years earlier or less, immigrants, landed more than 5 to 10 years earlier and immigrants, landed more than 10 years earlier, calculated using thousands units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  Total population Landed immigrants Immigrants, landed 5 years earlier or less Immigrants, landed more than 5 to 10 years earlier Immigrants, landed more than 10 years earlier
  thousands
Total, all education levels 27,987.3 6,408.7 864.8 881.2 4,662.7
No degree, certificate or diplomaNote 1 5,727.1 1,142.0 124.6 124.4 892.9
High school graduate 5,545.2 1,201.8 130.5 146.2 925.0
High school graduate,
some postsecondaryNote 2
1,959.3 347.1 50.4 57.7 239.0
Postsecondary certificate or diplomaNote 3 8,741.9 1,708.0 178.6 176.3 1,353.1
University degreeNote 4 6,013.8 2,009.8 380.6 376.6 1,252.7
Note: Population aged 15 and older.
1. Highest level obtained is some high school.
2. Highest level obtained is some postsecondary. Worked toward, but did not complete, a degree, certificate (including a trade certificate) or diploma from an educational institution, including a university, beyond the secondary level.
3. Completed a certificate (including a trade certificate) or diploma from an educational institution beyond the secondary level. Also included are certificates below a bachelor's degree obtained at a university.
4. Attained at least a university bachelor's degree.
Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM table 282-0106.
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