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Secondary school population in academic year 2004/2005
Secondary schools State Créteil district Paris district Versailles district Paris Île-de-France Paris Île-de-France / France 191 688 57 918 244 708 494 314 20,0% Private 29 167 Grammar/High schools State 127 281 Private 17 616 31 109 28 197 76 922 18,7% Vocational schools State 20 353 9 471 23 947 5 3 771 12,6% Private 3 245 3 061 4 234 10 540 9,0% State 339 322 129 288 426 730 895 340 20,4% TOTAL Private 50 028 61 677 81 830 193 535 16,6%

Secondary 899 27 507 61
49 399 106 073 16,6% 158 075 347 255 23,2%

Source: Ministry of education, research and technology

Number of students in higher education in academic year 2004-2005
Universities IUFM* Technical sections of secondary schools 11 949 15 561 12 978 40 488 18,1% Preparatory classes for “Grandes Ecoles”** 2 795 13 728 6 804 23 327 32,4% Engineering schools
(1)

Schools of Other schools Business, and higher Commerce and educational Accounting (2) institutions 1 196 18 356 9 434 28 986 35,0% 15 312 78 244 14 270 107 826 35,5%

Total

Créteil district Paris district Versailles district Paris Île-de-France Paris Île-de-France / France

84 163 183 004 92 582 359 749 25,7%

5 004 5 103 7 028 17 135 21,2%

3 096 10 652 11 655 25 403 23,6%

122 839 323 861 153 827 600 527 26,9%

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* IUFM: Instituts universitaires de formation des maîtres (Teacher training colleges) (1) All engineering schools and training courses (both within and outside the university system) (2) Business schools, National Polytechnics, technology universities, accounting schools, top teacher training colleges, private universities, legal and administrative schools, higher educational art and culture colleges, paramedical and social work schools, business & engineering schools with their own preparatory classes “For social work schools and private universities, 2003 data; for paramedical schools, provisional data” ** “Grandes Ecoles” are elite higher educational institutions whose students are selected by competitive examination Source: Ministry of education, research and technology - “Repères et références statistiques”, 2005 edition

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Paris Île-de-France’s international educational institutions (number of institutions)
Foreign national institutions 4 institutions: Italian (2/4), English (1/4), Spanish (1/4) – 2 institutions: English (1/2), Japanese (1/2) – 5 institutions: American (1/5), English (1/5), German (1/5), Japanese (1/5), Spanish (1/5) – – – Mutlicultural institutions Bilingual education 6 institutions: English (4/6), German (3/6), Japanese (2/6), Spanish (2/6), Arab (1/6), Italian (1/6), Portuguese (1/6) – 6 institutions: English (6/6), Dutch (2/6), German (2/6), Italian (2/6), Polish (2/6), Portuguese (2/6), American (1/6), Danish (1/6), Japanese (1/6), Norwegian (1/6), Spanish (1/6), Swedish (1/6) – – – 1 institution: English (1/1) – Mutlicultural institutions International sections 2 institutions: English (2/2), German (1/2) 3 institutions: English (3/3), German (2/3) 3 institutions: English (2/3), German (1/3) – – – 1 institution: English (1/1) –

Paris Seine-et-Marne Yvelines Essonne Hauts-de-Seine Seine-Saint-Denis Val-de-Marne Val-d’Oise

Foreign national institutions, where the working language and educational system is the one of the native country Multicultural intitutions, where the educational objective is bilinguism. Courses are given according to the French educational system in public and private institutions under contract with the French Ministry of Education Multicultural institutions, where the educational objective is fluency in the foreign language and a good knowledge of the culture of the corresponding country. Courses are given according to the French educational system in public and private institutions under contract with the French Ministry of Education Source: Paris-Ile de France Capital Economique

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Paid personnel in public sector research in 2002 and 2003
Île-de-France 2002 Research director Researcher Research engineers Grant holders Applied research engineers Others Total 2003 Research director Researcher 8 064 14 831 2 690 6 660 12 763 8 296 53 304 20 875 45 957 6 361 18 951 34 886 25 792 152 822 38,6% 32,3% 42,3% 35,1% 36,6% 32,2% 34,9% 8 071 14 500 2 675 6 559 12 713 8 685 53 203 20 782 45 472 6 341 18 532 34 289 26 986 152 402 38,8% 31,9% 42,2% 35,4% 37,1% 32,2% 34,9% France Weight of Île-de-France

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Research engineers Grant holders Applied research engineers Others Total

Source: Ministry of education, higher education and research /DEP/ Unit in charge of statistical surveys of research

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Corporate research and development (R&D) potential in 2003
Number of people in R&D
Full time Researchers Full time R&D expenditure in Paris Île-de-France as % 0,8 1,0 5,2 0,2 0,1 0,2 s 3,3 11,6 0,4 0,4 0,2 0,4 2,4 2,1 2,1 14,1 11,3 18,2 s 6,4 0,8 4,1 11,5 2,4 100,0 Millions

equivalent
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, fishfarming Food and agriculture processing industries Energy products and energy exploration & production Other mining and metals (1) Textiles, clothing, leather and footwear Wood, paper, cardboard, publishing, printing Miscellaneous manufacturing industries Chemicals (2) Pharmaceuticals (3) Rubber and plastics Glass and glassware Building materials Metallurgy Plant and machinery (4) Office automation and IT equipment Electrical machinery and devices Radio, TV and communication equipment (5) Medical, precision and optical instruments Automotive industry Shipbuilding and land transport equipment (6) Aerospace Construction and civil engineering Transport and communication services IT / Computer services Engineering, technical studies and monitoring/inspection Total 698 947 3 507 176 107 132 s 4 271 10 720 348 392 155 352 3 096 1 362 1 848 9 089 7 051 19 559 s 5 356 478 3 623 5 946 1 306 81 250

as % 0,9 1,2 4,3 0,2 0,1 0,2 s 5,3 13,2 0,4 0,5 0,2 0,4 3,8 1,7 2,3 11,2 8,7 24,1 s 6,6 0,6 4,5 7,3 1,6 100,0

equivalent
357 479 2 356 89 35 69 s 1 528 5 316 161 177 77 202 1 111 960 947 6 456 5 153 8 297 s 2 934 350 1 863 5 270 1 075 45 653

of euros
83 120 527 18 9 12 s 557 1 548 39 52 12 36 310 157 184 1 136 778 2 181 s 839 63 423 523 107 9 807

as % 0,8 1,2 5,4 0,2 0,1 0,1 s 5,7 15,8 0,4 0,5 0,1 0,4 3,2 1,6 1,9 11,6 7,9 22,2 s 8,6 0,6 4,3 5,3 1,1 100,0

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s = Statistical secret Because of rounding off, some totals appear to diverge (1) Including steel, foundry and initial processing of non-ferrous metals (2) Including artificial and synthetic fibres (3) Including the manufacturing of active principles (4) Including the armaments and domestic appliance industries (5) Including electronic components (6) Excluding the automotive sector Source: Ministry of education, higher education and research - DEP B3

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Europe’s major technology regions(1) in 2001

Oestra Mellansverige

Stockholm

Edinburgh* Glasgow*

Danmark Sydsverige

LiverpoolManchester* Dublin* Birmingham* Cambridge Randstad* Hannover Berlin* NoordOxford Brabant Rhein-Ruhr* Braunschweig London* Antwerpen* Arnsberg Bruxelles* Rhein-Main* Unterfranken Mittelfranken Karlsruhe Stuttgart Oberbayern Freiburg Schwaben Paris Ile-de-France* Tübingen Lombardia Veneto Rhône-Alpes Piemonte EmiliaRomagna

PACA

0.5 1.0 2.5 5.0 7.5
* Functional urban region (as defined by the GEMACA project)

(1) The top 30 technology regions

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European share of applications for European patents (as %) 0.1

0

500 km

© Iaurif Source : OST, processing IAURIF 2004

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European research and development expenditure by region in 2001

R&D expenditure (in millions of euros)
1 - 500 501 - 1,000 1,001 - 2,000 2,001 - 5,000 over 5,000 non-EU countries data not available
Source : Eurostat 2005 © IAURIF / DEDL

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