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05430: Pupils in upper secondary education, by grade and area of study 2001 - 2021

Nadine Viktoria Lunde Bratholmen, Statistics Norway
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2022-05-09 08:00
Pupils in upper secondary education:
persons
Pupils in upper secondary education:
01.10
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.2001 , 2002 , 2003 ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Specialisation in general studies (The Knowledge Promotion Reform) , Sports and physical studies (The Knowledge Promotion Reform) , Music, dance and drama (The Knowledge Promotion Reform) ,

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Students in preliminary courses for Engineering colleges are included in the figures from 2004 school year. New structure in upper secondary education, The Knowledge Promotion from 2006/07. About 1800 pupils from web-based schools were included in the statistics in 2012. Almost 1500 of them were pupils on vocational education programmes. From the autumn of 2016, Media and communication became an education programme in general studies. Pupils who started on Media and communication in the autumn of 2015 or earlier, complete their education according to the old structure.

area of study / education programme

Electrical engineering and computer technology (The Knowledge Promotion Reform)

Autumn 2020 Electricity and electronics was renamed to Electrical engineering and computer technology.

Technological and industrial production (The Knowledge Promotion Reform)

Autumn 2020 Technical and industrial production was renamed to Technological and industrial production.