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The charts show the proportions of women going into higher education in 5 countries between the years 1970 and 2005.

Overall, while the percentage of women enrolling higher education saw an upward trend in 4 countries : UK, USA, Japan, Germany, the figure for Canada remained stable.

In 1970, the number of female school-leavers going into further education in Japan was the least (20%), a third of that in Canada which accounted for 60%. The proportions of women enrolling into university education in three countries UK, USA and Germany increased from 35% to 40%, then reached 50% respectively.

In 2005, the percentages of these five countries saw a significant increase. UK and Canada reached the highest proportions (60%). Meanwhile, the figures for USA, Germany were similar (57%). The amount of female school-leavers going into higher learning still accounted for the least - only 40%.

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