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# Completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education

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## 10973: Completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education, by area of study/education programme and degree of completion (M) (closed series) 2009-2014 - 2013-2018

Tom Granseth, Statistics Norway
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2019-06-13 08:00
Pupils:
persons
Pupils (per cent):
per cent
Pupils:
31.12
Pupils (per cent):
31.12
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### region

#### 01-KG01 Smaller Østfold municipalities

Includes municipalities Hvaler, Aremark, Marker, Rømskog, Trøgstad, Spydeberg, Eidsberg, Skiptvet, Rakkestad, Råde, Rygge, Våler, Hobøl

#### 06-KG01 Hallingdal

Includes municipalities Flå, Nes, Gol, Hemsedal, Ål, Hol

#### 06-KG03 Øvre Numedal

Includes municipalities Flesberg, Rollag, Nore og Uvdal

#### 08-KG01 Smaller Telemark municipalities

Includes municipalities Drangedal, Nome, Bø, Sauherad, Tinn, Hjartdal, Seljord, Kviteseid, Nissedal, Fyresdal, Tokke, Vinje

#### 09-KG01 Smaller Aust-Agder municipalities

Includes municpalities Gjerstad, Vegårshei, Birkenes, Åmli, Iveland, Evje og Hornnes, Bygland, Valle, Bykle

#### 10-KG01 Smaller Vest-Agder municipalities

Includes municipalities Marnardal, Åseral, Audnedal, Lindesnes, Hægebostad, Sirdal

#### 11-KG01 Smaller Sør-Rogaland municipalities

Includes municipalities Sokndal, Lund, Bjerkreim, Forsand, Hjelmeland, Finnøy, Rennesøy

#### 11-KG02 Smaller Nord-Rogaland municipalities

Includes municipalities Suldal, Sauda, Kvitsøy, Bokn, Utsira

#### 12-KG01 Smaller Hordaland municipalities

Jondal, Eidfjord, Ulvik, Granvin, Modalen, Fedje, Masfjorden,

#### 14-KG02 Sunnfjord

Flora, Gaular, Jølster, Førde, Naustdal

#### 14-KG03 Nordfjord

Bremanger, Vågsøy, Selje, Eid, Hornindal, Gloppen, Stryn

#### 14-KG04 Sogn

Vik, Balestrand, Leikanger, Sogndal, Aurland, Lærdal, Årdal, Luster

#### 16-KG01 Nea

Klæbu, Malvik, Selbu, Tydal

#### 16-KG02 Gauldal

Oppdal, Rennebu, Røros, Holtålen, Midtre Gauldal, Melhus

#### 16-KG03 Orkdal/Øy

Hemne, Snillfjord, Hitra, Frøya, Agdenes, Meldal, Orkdal, Skaun

#### 16-KG04 Fosen

Ørland, Rissa, Bjugn, Åfjord, Roan, Osen

#### 17-KG01 Smaller Nord-Trøndelag municipalities

Meråker, Frosta, Leksvik, Verran, Namdalseid, Snåase Snåsa, Lierne, Raarvihke Røyrvik, Namsskogan, Grong, Høylandet, Overhalla, Fosnes, Flatanger, Vikna, Leka

#### 18-KG02 Mosjøen

Vefsn, Grane, Hattfjelldal

#### 18-KG03 Ytre Helgeland

Herøy, Alstahaug, Leirfjord, Dønna

#### 18-KG04 Nord-Helgeland

Nesna, Hemnes, Rana, Lurøy, Træna

#### 18-KG06 Indre Salten

Saltdal, Fauske, Sørfold

#### 18-KG08 Nord-Salten

Steigen, Hábmer Hamarøy, Divtasvuodna Tysfjord

#### 18-KG10 Vesterålen and Lødingen

Lødingen, Hadsel, Bø, Øksnes, Sortland, Andøy

#### 18-KG11 Ofoten

Narvik, Tjeldsund, Evenes, Ballangen

#### 19-KG01 Midt-Troms

Gratangen, Lavangen, Bardu, Salangen, Sørreisa, Dyrøy, Tranøy, Torsken, Berg

#### 19-KG02 Nord-Troms

Gáivuotna Kåfjord, Skjervøy, Nordreisa, Kvænangen

#### 19-KG04 Tromsø region

Karlsøy, Lyngen, Omasvuotna Storfjord Omasvuonon

#### 20-KG01 Vest-Finnmark

Hammerfest, Alta, Loppa, Hasvik, Kvalsund, Måsøy, Nordkapp

#### 20-KG02 Midt-Finnmark

Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino, Porsanger Porsángu Porsanki, Kárásjohka Karasjok, Lebesby, Gamvik, Deatnu Tana

#### 20-KG03 Øst-Finnmark

Vardø, Vadsø, Gamvik, Berlevåg, Unjárga Nesseby, Båtsfjord, Sør-Varanger

### degree of completion

#### Total

Pupils who started a basic course for the first time the starting year.

### 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.