Completion rates of students in higher education

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12927: Completion rates for new entrants to 3-year bachelor programmes, by study and parents' level of education 2013-2018 - 2018-2023

Nawid Fazli, Statistics Norway
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Geir Nygård, Statistics Norway
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Jane Bekkengen, Statistics Norway
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2024-06-06 08:00
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Students who are registered on the respective bachelor programme for the first time. Misleading figures for study, total were removed 21 March 2023.

parent's level of education

Mother or father has long tertiary education

Long tertiary education is more than four years.

Mother or father has short tertiary education

Short tertiary education is four years or less.