Completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education

09254: Completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education, by sex, area of study/education programme, parental education and degree of completion 1994-1999 - 2012-2017
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Latest update
2018-05-29
Contact
Tom Granseth, Statistics Norway
+47 6288 5406
tog@ssb.no

Unit
Pupils:
persons
Pupils (per cent):
per cent
Reference time
Pupils:
01.10.
Pupils (per cent):
01.10.
Data type
Pupils:
Stock
Pupils (per cent):
Stock
Day adjusted
Pupils:
No
Pupils (per cent):
No
Seasonally adjusted
Pupils:
No
Pupils (per cent):
No
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

Pupils in upper secondary education, five years after having started their basic course. The National education database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway is used as the source for statistics about completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education. This database is updated regularly and two tables giving the same information may have minor differences, due to data extraction at two different points in time.
Completed education: A pupil is considered to have completed their education if he/she has passed all the subjects within all the course levels and eligible for a high school diploma or a vocational certificate.
degree of completion
Completed education means that the pupil/apprentice has passed all examinations and eligible for high school diploma or vocational certificate. The National education database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway is used as the source for statistics about completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education. This database is updated regularly and two tables giving the same information may have minor differences, due to data extraction at two different points in time. The National education database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway is used as the source for statistics about completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education. This database is updated regularly and two tables giving the same information may have minor differences, due to data extraction at two different points in time.
degree of completion
Completed education means that the pupil/apprentice has passed all examinations and eligible for high school diploma or vocational certificate. The National education database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway is used as the source for statistics about completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education. This database is updated regularly and two tables giving the same information may have minor differences, due to data extraction at two different points in time. The National education database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway is used as the source for statistics about completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education. This database is updated regularly and two tables giving the same information may have minor differences, due to data extraction at two different points in time.
degree of completion
Total
Pupils who started a basic course for the first time the starting year and completed within the given time-period.
contents
Pupils (per cent)
Per cent of pupils by degree of completion. The National education database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway is used as the source for statistics about completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education. This database is updated regularly and two tables giving the same information may have minor differences, due to data extraction at two different points in time.

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