Half of full-time students attained 60 credit points
Sixty credit points normally corresponds to one year of full-time study. About half of the full-time students attained 60 credit points in the study year 2012/2013.
|1Ordinary students are those registered per 1 October åååå and are not in continuing education.|
|The share of students with completed credit pointsts||7.2||9.7||11.3|
|The share of students with completed 1-29 credit points||8.7||9.6||11.1|
|The share of students with completed 30-59 credit points||30.4||29.0||30.1|
|The share of students with completed 60 credit points and overts||53.7||51.7||47.5|
|Total number og students||170 701||154 299||134 557|
About a third of the full-time students attained between 30 and 59 credit points, 9 per cent between 1 and 29 credit points, and 7 per cent did not get any credit points.
Lowest credit point production in Business and Administration
Credit points attained varies between the different subjects. In Business and Administration and Humanities and Art, only 43 and 49 per cent of the students respectively attained 60 credit points. However, two out of three students in Transport and Communication, and Health and Welfare attained 60 credit points.
The statistics is published with Credits and graduations from higher education.