56.2% of the allocated benefits
(87,540) were given to young people enrolled in professional institutes or technical training centers, while 43.7% (68,093) were awarded to students enrolled in universities, and 0.1% (68) corresponds to students of the schools of the Armed Forces.
Hyde (political science and international affairs, Yale U.) explores this development for what it reveals about international norm creation, which she argues occurs because states are motivated to send externally credible signals, even at certain compliance cost, in order to increase their share of such international allocated benefits
as foreign aid, tourism, trade, membership in international organizations, etc.