Credits and graduations from higher education

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08766: Credits awarded full- and part-time students by universities and colleges by type of education 2008-2009 - 2018-2019
Latest update
2020-04-23
Contact
Nawid Fazli, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11505
faz@ssb.no

Beate Bartsch, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 496
bba@ssb.no

Geir Nygård, Statistics Norway
+47 481 51 344
gen@ssb.no

Unit
Number of students total:
persons
Completed credit points per student by number of credit points (per cent):
per cent
Completed credit points per student by 0 credit points (per cent):
per cent
Completed credit points per student by 1-29 credit points (per cent):
per cent
Completed credit points per student by 30-59 credit points (per cent):
per cent
Completed credit points per student by 60 and over credit points (per cent):
per cent
Reference time
Number of students total:
01.10.
Completed credit points per student by number of credit points (per cent):
01.10.
Completed credit points per student by 0 credit points (per cent):
01.10.
Completed credit points per student by 1-29 credit points (per cent):
01.10.
Completed credit points per student by 30-59 credit points (per cent):
01.10.
Completed credit points per student by 60 and over credit points (per cent):
01.10.
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Variable overview
contents
Mandatory *
interval (year)
Mandatory *
full-time-/part-time student
type of education
contents
Mandatory *

Total 6 Selected 1

interval (year)
Mandatory *

Total 11 Selected 1

full-time-/part-time student

Total 3 Selected 0

Optional variable
type of education

Total 3 Selected 0

Optional variable
Number of selected data cells are:
(maximum number allowed is 300 000)
Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 300 000

Footnotes

Ordinary students: Ordinary students are students who are not on 'continuing education.'

Students in 'continuing education': By 'continuing education' we mean shorter courses that do not provide formal competence, in addition to courses/subjects that do provide formal qualifications and credits, but which will often be a specialization/supplement to a basic education.

Full-time students: A student is considered to be a full-time student if the percentage of planned study progression reported in the fall semester is over 70 per cent.

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