Ocala, Florida (CBS News) The University of Florida is among a handful of public colleges and universities that are among a growing number of public universities in the U.S. and around the world that are graduating more and more students each year, according to data released Tuesday.

The U.K., Germany and the U-M are among several other public institutions that are enrolling a higher number of students each academic year.

The data shows that students at Florida Tech are among those with the youngest graduation rates.

For instance, at Florida’s Ocampo Technical College, students who are 21 years old are less than 10 percent of the total student population, or less than 1 percent of all graduating students.

About 8,500 students were enrolled in Florida Tech’s technical school this year.

Florida Tech also is among about a dozen private colleges and schools in the nation that are reporting enrollment in the top 10 percent.

The average number of full-time students enrolled this year at Florida Technological University is about 17,000 students, with about 10,000 of those students graduating each year.

Some of the schools in this category are not among the top 20 nationally, but their graduation rates are among one of the highest in the country.

Florida’s other private universities, including the University of North Florida, the University at Albany, the Ohio State University and the University College London, all reported increasing numbers of graduates this year, the data show.

The graduation rates for the nation’s most-populous and expensive cities, New York City and Los Angeles, rose in recent years to about 70 percent each year over the past five years.

In some cases, the schools reported a higher graduation rate than the national average.

The numbers also show the number of graduate students at U-Foster, the state’s largest private institution, is increasing as well.

U-T is one of a handful in the state that has a graduate student population of more than 100,000.

That’s an increase of more then 2,000 over the last five years, according, the UPDATED data.

That number is based on data provided by the school, which reported an increase in graduates in fiscal year 2018 of 2,832 students.

The number of graduates at UF increased to more than 1.8 million this year from 1.4 million the previous year.

UF reported that in fiscal 2017, it had more than 2,500 graduates.

The total number of graduating students at all U-Tech campuses is about 3.4 percent, up from about 3 percent in 2017.

Florida Technology and Florida College of Arts and Sciences both reported higher numbers in the data released this week.

The schools reported the largest numbers of graduating graduates, at about 3,000 each, and their graduation rate is now about 70.6 percent.

Florida Institute of Technology reported a 639 percent increase in its graduate student numbers, and the state reported that its graduates increased by more than 5,000 this year to 2,564.

At the same time, U-Miami reported a 2,084 percent increase, and U-Gain reported a 3,936 percent increase.

The most recent data is for the fiscal year that ends in September, the last year that is available for data on graduation rates and graduation rates per student.

The school and U.

T reported that graduation rates rose by 6.3 percent and 5.3, respectively, over the previous fiscal year.

Both schools reported that students in Florida are more likely to enter the workforce and more likely than students elsewhere to attend college.

About 12 percent of graduates are attending community colleges, or about 1.5 percent of those in the student body.

About 7 percent of Florida Tech graduates attend community colleges.

The next five-year growth rate for the state will be between 2 percent and 4 percent.