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There are more female students than male students enrolled at FJCU 2021

International Federation of Catholic Universities (FIUC)

FJCU is a comprehensive university that is diverse and cultivates a wide range of students in fields such as literature, art, medicine, education, science and engineering, foreign languages, human welfare, textiles and clothing, law, social sciences, and management. All admissions are conducted on the basis of fairness, impartiality, and openness, and regardless of their gender, all students receive fair opportunities to receive an education that accords with their aptitudes and interests. The university’s goal is to foster a diverse group of talented individuals and to encourage diversity in student development, so that students can take what they have learned at the university, go out into society, and apply it to a variety of career fields.

FJCU consistently keeps track of the entry rate of female students; from the 2016-2018 statistics, the number of female students is larger than that of male students.

FJCU calculates and tracks application, enrollment, registration, and graduation rates of female students.

At FJCU, female students outnumber male students.

FJCU actively calculates and tracks enrollment rates for female students. In the three years between 2018 to 2020, the percentage of female students was consistently higher than that of male students.

When examining the total number of students from 2018 to 2020, female students accounted for 57% in 2018, 59% in 2019, and 59% in 2020.

Statistics are regularly published by the Office of the Dean.