I am from Romania, and the Romanian Baccalaureate results are published online (on http://bacalaureat.edu.ro), and everybody can see them.

I'm just wondering if other European countries do the same. Let's take Italy for example.

Do they publish the results in an open/public format online?

What about Hungary? What about others? Is there a list where one can see the country name and their website with baccalaureate results?

  • It may help people to answer your question if you give more detail about the results you're looking for (e.g. do you want individual-level results, average or total results for a school or region) and briefly describe what the Romanian Baccalaureate is so that people can understand how it might compare to qualifications in other countries. – Matt Ashby Jul 18 '18 at 21:22
  • @MattAshby I'm referring to individual results (e.g. a table with the names – Alice, Bob, Carol – and the results in the right side). In Romania that's open. According to one friend from Italy, in Italy that is way more private (only the student can access their own results). Is that true? – Ionică Bizău Jul 20 '18 at 3:33
  • I don't know about Italy, but here in the UK releasing that information online would probably be against laws on protecting personal data. Hopefully – with the additional information you've given – others might be able to give you information for other countries. – Matt Ashby Jul 22 '18 at 19:30
  • That does not happen in Germany, and would definitely be illegal there. – Maarten Buis Jul 25 '18 at 19:33

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