In 2016, 54.0% of Canadians aged 25 to 64 had either college or university qualifications, up from 48.3% in 2006. Due to its large college sector, Canada continues to rank first among the OECD countries in the proportion of college and university graduates.
In 2016, more than half (54.0%) of Canadians aged 25 to 64 had either college or university qualifications, up from 48.3% in 2006.
The college enrollment rate of recent Asian graduates (92.4 percent) was higher than for their Hispanic (72.0 percent), White (69.7 percent), and Black (58.2 percent) counterparts.
Forty-two percent of students who start college with the goal of earning a bachelor's degree still do not have one six years later. source
College degree completion rates vary significantly by race and ethnicity. Approximately 67 percent of Asians/Pacific Islanders who attended college graduated with a bachelor's degree or its equivalent within six years, compared with 60 percent of whites, 49 percent of Hispanics, 42 percent of Blacks, and 40 percent of American Indians/Alaska Natives. source