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Students in higher education

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Key figures

35.3 %

of 19-24-year-olds were in higher education in 2018

Students in higher education in Norway and abroad
200820172018
Students in higher education
Total225 469293 123293 287
Males87 911118 928118 809
Females137 558174 195174 478
Proportion 19-24 years in higher education
Total29.735.435.3
Males23.428.428.4
Females36.442.942.8
Proportion 25-29 years in higher education
Total14.515.915.9
Males12.614.014.0
Females16.417.917.9

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Table 1 
Resident students in Norway

Resident students in Norway
2018
TotalImmigrantsNorwegian-born to immigrant parentsOther population
MalesFemalesMalesFemalesMalesFemalesMalesFemales
Total96 080131 2609 76813 0984 6545 57681 658112 586
19 years4 9138 1373976144526564 0646 867
20 years9 15414 6637099716388387 80712 854
21 years11 70717 8158031 17365687610 24815 766
22 years12 31817 0208541 17663778210 82715 062
23 years11 65714 4968531 07359863210 20612 791
24 years9 99711 8057701 0054835138 74410 287
25 years7 8459 3627489013413736 7568 088
26 years6 2577 5337259052392655 2936 363
27 years4 9526 0586468041811884 1255 066
28 years4 0535 2125647421201353 3694 335
29 years3 3014 301541725108952 6523 481
30-34 years9 92614 8582 1583 0092012237 56711 626
Proportion registered in higher education
Total16.423.68.211.427.034.818.126.5
19 years14.225.59.119.126.140.914.225.4
20 years26.946.216.527.840.759.127.747.9
21 years33.655.018.931.745.162.135.257.7
22 years34.551.118.928.243.456.436.554.2
23 years32.643.717.124.440.747.234.946.6
24 years27.935.114.520.235.042.130.137.5
25 years21.727.312.315.827.532.223.429.5
26 years16.721.410.713.320.425.017.923.3
27 years13.016.68.910.817.518.413.818.1
28 years10.513.97.08.612.414.711.315.4
29 years8.511.56.07.812.211.49.212.8
30-34 years5.38.34.05.77.08.35.99.4

Table 2 
Students by educational institution

Students by educational institution1
Students
2018
Both sexesMalesFemales
1In recent years, a number of institutions in higher education were merged into larger units.
Educational institutions, total293 287118 809174 478
Nord university11 1754 1876 988
Norwegian University of Life Sciences5 2352 0953 140
Norwegian University of Science and Technology40 76320 17620 587
Oslo Metropolitan University20 4286 48613 942
UiT - The Arctic University of Norway16 5406 8649 676
University of Agder13 0235 4847 539
University of Bergen17 6077 26610 341
University of Oslo27 35410 85516 499
University of Stavanger11 8674 7517 116
University of South-Eastern Norway18 1056 93011 175
The Oslo School of Architecture and Design670312358
BI Norwegian Business School19 7289 9809 748
Molde University College - Specialised University of Logistics2 2378871 350
Oslo National Academy of the Arts570186384
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society1 286477809
Norwegian School of Economics3 4562 0771 379
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences1 164615549
Norwegian Academy of Music833398435
VID Specialised University4 3966693 727
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences13 6424 5659 077
Østfold University College6 9632 5194 444
Volda University College3 8421 2082 634
Western Norway University of Applied Sciences15 8365 76610 070
Sámi University of Applied Sciences26148213
Bjørknes University College1 7033991 304
Queen Maud University College1 3732391 134
Kristiania University College8 1813 1884 993
NLA University College2 4127761 636
Norwegian Police University College3 0171 6331 384
Military University Colleges691580111
Other University Colleges3 9761 4302 546
Abroad14 9535 7639 190

Table 3 
Field of education for students in Norway and abroad

Field of education for students in Norway and abroad
NumbersPer centPer cent
TotalMalesFemales
200820172018200820172018200820172018
1Includes preparatory courses for university or university college education. Includes not preparatory course for engineering education as of 2014.
Fields of Education
Total225 469293 123293 28739.040.640.561.059.459.5
General programmes11 72629238776.774.077.323.326.022.7
Humanities and arts27 19629 58829 98736.239.239.863.860.860.2
Education30 49845 31447 87023.727.428.076.372.672.0
Social sciences and law31 28638 00838 32538.436.436.061.663.664.0
Business and administration42 54456 04254 63144.746.247.155.353.852.9
Natural sciences, vocational and technical subjects35 33451 60352 02866.666.265.933.433.834.1
Health, welfare and sport50 35759 47459 45322.122.422.677.977.677.4
Primary industries1 0831 5261 59149.551.049.850.549.050.2
Transport and communications, safety and security and other services3 7698 8437 03968.864.862.631.235.237.4
Unspecified field of study1 6762 4331 97640.637.937.059.462.163.0
 
Students in Norway214 183277 637278 33438.940.640.661.059.459.4
General programmes11 72629238776.774.077.323.326.022.7
Humanities and arts25 44927 69628 12036.539.240.263.860.859.8
Education30 31545 21447 76923.627.428.076.372.672.0
Social sciences and law29 46535 04735 45538.736.436.961.663.663.1
Business and administration40 40052 79251 60644.446.246.955.353.853.1
Natural sciences, vocational and technical subjects34 08049 48949 89867.166.266.433.433.833.6
Health, welfare and sport46 31054 74354 82820.522.421.577.977.678.5
Primary industries1 0481 4871 55250.751.050.650.549.049.4
Transport and communications, safety and security and other services3 7158 8207 02469.264.862.631.235.237.4
Unspecified field of study1 6752 0571 69540.737.938.659.462.161.4
 
Norwegian students abroad11 28615 48614 95341.338.038.558.762.061.5
General programmes1000......
Humanities and arts1 7471 8921 86732.832.733.367.267.366.7
Education18310010130.120.030.769.980.069.3
Social sciences and law1 8212 9612 87034.425.224.565.674.875.5
Business and administration2 1443 2503 02551.547.450.148.552.649.9
Natural sciences, vocational and technical subjects1 2542 1142 13052.254.254.147.845.845.9
Health, welfare and sport4 0474 7314 62540.135.935.659.964.164.4
Primary industries35393914.317.917.985.782.182.1
Transport and communications, safety and security and other services54231544.478.353.355.621.746.7
Unspecified field of study13762810.026.127.0100.073.973.0

Table 4 
County of residence at the age of 16 for students

County of residence at the age of 16 for students
20082018
TotalPercentage womenTotalPercentage women
1The number of unknown can mainly be explained by lack of information on county of residence at the age 16 for students born before 1957.
County of residence at the age of 16
Total225 46961.0293 28759.5
Østfold9 74860.413 92059.9
Akershus22 30258.933 22057.2
Oslo18 15657.725 98255.6
Hedmark7 79163.59 83562.3
Oppland7 76062.59 07762.6
Buskerud9 77861.513 21260.4
Vestfold9 51459.812 81858.9
Telemark7 23962.59 05761.3
Aust-Agder4 80460.16 02057.5
Vest-Agder7 09158.89 84459.7
Rogaland17 43659.724 32359.6
Hordaland19 92861.726 48860.0
Sogn og Fjordane5 73862.86 58161.9
Møre og Romsdal12 01862.414 36861.3
Sør-Trøndelag (-2017)11 65961.514 71960.4
Nord-Trøndelag (-2017)6 24763.37 34363.6
Nordland11 82862.413 03562.2
Troms - Romsa7 50563.19 12561.5
Finnmark - Finnmárku3 55165.84 10265.5
Abroad12 10560.016 26361.8
County not stated113 27162.713 95551.7

Table 5 
Country of study for students abroad

Country of study for students abroad
TotalMalesFemales
200820172018200820172018200820172018
Countries of destination
Total11 28615 48614 9534 6665 8905 7636 6209 5969 190
Denmark2 0602 3412 2576738347931 3871 5071 464
Sweden762584575333228232429356343
France178203198699583109108115
Ireland12580732323211025752
Italy838994314041524953
Netherlands354494566160214246194280320
Poland1 0791 5351 533506595599573940934
Spain682912852411310344178182
United Kingdom2 5154 1973 8921 0261 4671 3821 4892 7302 510
Switzerland626866253333373533
Germany23325828785118140148140147
Hungary665916822254286251411630571
Czech Republic234283251118115102116168149
Slovak Republic219544528100189191119355337
Rest of Europe1785275708224226696285304
Africa563740231615332125
Asia1023443405615013646194204
Canada173141136785147959089
USA7901 7171 695412817848378900847
Rest of North- and Central America978221807602
South America3554141581204613
Australia1 233655674547221221686434453
Rest of Oceania714350241512472838
Unknown75055

Table 6 
Students in selected programmes

Students in selected programmes
2018
NumbersPer cent
TotalImmigrantsNorwegian-born to immigrant parentsOther population
Both sexes
3 year degree, bachelor127 63010.74.684.7
Of which
Pre-school-/kindergarten teacher education8 49510.13.386.5
Specific subject and vocational teacher, foundation programme1 4344.32.293.5
Engineering, foundation programme11 73512.85.481.8
Nursing, foundation programme15 24312.12.585.4
Business and Administration subjects26 94510.55.883.8
 
4 year degree4 9033.72.094.3
Of which
General-/Primary and lower secondary teacher education4 3003.02.095.0
 
5 year degree, master67 81612.33.284.6
Of which
Master of Law5 3264.04.691.4
Master of Pharmacy54132.919.647.5
Master of Odontology71918.414.667.0
Master of Science in Business and Economics3 1838.96.884.4
Master of Technology, Graduate engineering degree11 6689.43.786.8
Master degree, primary and lower secondary teacher education6 0603.12.494.4
Master degree, teacher training4 6084.83.791.4
 
6 year degree6 3776.75.288.1
Of which
Cand.med. (Medicine)3 7697.47.185.5
Cand.theol.18310.40.589.1
Cand.psychol.1 9974.83.092.2
Cand.med.vet. (Veterinary Science)4288.20.591.4
 
Men
3 year degree, bachelor54 81310.14.984.9
Of which
Pre-school-/kindergarten teacher education1 5319.33.986.7
Specific subject and vocational teacher, foundation programme8024.52.293.3
Engineering, foundation programme9 43812.05.382.7
Nursing, foundation programme2 08320.22.477.4
Business and Administration subjects13 5919.46.584.1
 
4 year degree1 5263.92.094.1
Of which
General-/Primary and lower secondary teacher education1 1942.92.394.8
 
5 year degree:29 19313.03.483.6
Of which
Master of Law1 8842.54.792.7
Master of Pharmacy12444.415.340.3
Master of Odontology17823.012.964.0
Master of Science in Business and Economics1 8919.16.784.2
Master of Technology, Graduate engineering degree7 83610.03.886.2
Master degree, primary and lower secondary teacher education1 9572.62.994.5
Master degree, teacher training1 8584.03.192.8
 
6 year degree1 7247.85.686.6
Of which
Cand.med. (Medicine)1 1518.87.583.8
Cand.theol.9112.11.186.8
Cand.psychol.4294.72.393.0
Cand.med.vet. (Veterinary Science)533.80.096.2
 
Women
3 year degree, bachelor72 81711.24.384.6
Of which
Pre-school-/kindergarten teacher education6 96410.33.286.5
Specific subject and vocational teacher, foundation programme6324.12.193.8
Engineering, foundation programme2 29715.85.978.4
Nursing, foundation programme13 16010.82.686.7
Business and Administration subjects13 35411.55.083.4
 
4 year degree3 3773.61.994.4
Of which
General-/Primary and lower secondary teacher education3 1063.11.995.0
 
5 year degree:38 62311.73.085.3
Of which
Master of Law3 4424.84.690.7
Master of Pharmacy41729.520.949.6
Master of Odontology54116.815.268.0
Master of Science in Business and Economics1 2928.57.084.5
Master of Technology, Graduate engineering degree3 8328.33.688.2
Master degree, primary and lower secondary teacher education4 1033.42.294.4
Master degree, teacher training2 7505.34.190.5
 
6 year degree4 6536.45.088.7
Of which
Cand.med. (Medicine)2 6186.86.986.3
Cand.theol.928.70.091.3
Cand.psychol.1 5684.83.292.0
Cand.med.vet. (Veterinary Science)3758.80.590.7

Table 7 
Region of study for resident students in Norway

Region of study for resident students in Norway
2018
All ResidentsProportion registered in higher education
TotalImmigrantsNorwegian-born to immigrant parentsOther populationTotalImmigrantsNorwegian-born to immigrant parentsOther population
 
19-24 years
Total406 78151 64617 450337 68535.320.144.537.2
Oslo and Akershus94 38715 37110 28068 73640.922.843.744.5
Hedmark and Oppland28 6462 94345525 24832.220.345.133.4
South Eastern Norway71 0309 9952 79358 24231.117.840.032.9
Agder and Rogaland62 3397 2991 80053 24035.520.946.837.1
Western Norway71 7647 7571 26462 74336.018.449.637.9
Trøndelag39 3834 05363734 69336.522.056.837.9
Northern Norway39 1924 20921534 76829.215.853.530.6
Uoppgitt40196155.0....13.3
 
25-29 years
Total370 20374 92710 278284 99815.99.719.917.4
Oslo and Akershus107 28327 7426 72272 81918.010.719.320.6
Hedmark and Oppland22 6583 40019319 06513.77.933.214.5
South Eastern Norway59 35912 1881 45045 72112.67.616.013.8
Agder and Rogaland51 5639 47385941 23114.19.521.115.1
Western Norway61 06910 51064249 91716.69.122.618.1
Trøndelag34 7366 00230528 42918.311.929.819.6
Northern Norway33 5115 59610627 80915.510.032.116.5
Uoppgitt2416174.26.3....

Table 8 
Parents’ level of education for resident students in Norway

Parents’ level of education for resident students in Norway
200320132018
All residentsPropotion which was registered in higher educationAll residentsPropotion which was registered in higher educationAll residentsPropotion which was registered in higher education
19-24 years
Total327 14330.3406 32233.7406 78135.3
Mother or father has long higher education30 69459.042 38959.351 65458.1
Mother or father has short higher education80 63644.2120 46745.6134 06944.5
Mother or father has upper secondary education158 71124.4170 71427.5158 09227.9
Mother or father has primary and lower secondary education40 68512.441 12416.235 16719.0
Not stated16 41710.731 62810.127 79911.3
 
Males166 30024.7208 59427.5210 60228.4
Mother or father has long higher education15 85854.121 84455.326 64853.8
Mother or father has short higher education41 20237.362 00138.768 95037.0
Mother or father has upper secondary education81 56718.088 07919.981 50819.7
Mother or father has primary and lower secondary education20 8748.621 11511.718 19713.8
Not stated6 7999.515 5558.615 2998.6
 
Females160 84336.2197 72840.1196 17942.8
Mother or father has long higher education14 83664.320 54563.625 00662.6
Mother or father has short higher education39 43451.558 46652.865 11952.6
Mother or father has upper secondary education77 14431.282 63535.576 58436.6
Mother or father has primary and lower secondary education19 81116.420 00921.016 97024.6
Not stated9 61811.516 07311.712 50014.7
 
25-29 years
Total295 07016.5340 17015.0370 20315.9
Mother or father has long higher education22 90036.428 64030.734 24930.7
Mother or father has short higher education58 88525.577 93823.298 48222.5
Mother or father has upper secondary education150 91813.3130 13212.7141 91712.7
Mother or father has primary and lower secondary education35 7307.234 5058.634 4609.1
Not stated26 6379.768 9556.961 0958.2
 
Males148 52315.3172 83013.3189 23714.0
Mother or father has long higher education11 73636.714 71529.717 72429.8
Mother or father has short higher education30 28324.240 03721.150 66320.3
Mother or father has upper secondary education76 73311.766 66010.473 24510.1
Mother or father has primary and lower secondary education18 1535.917 7556.617 7047.0
Not stated11 6189.133 6636.129 9017.4
 
Females146 54717.6167 34016.8180 96617.9
Mother or father has long higher education11 16436.113 92531.816 52531.6
Mother or father has short higher education28 60226.837 90125.547 81924.8
Mother or father has upper secondary education74 18515.063 47215.168 67215.5
Mother or father has primary and lower secondary education17 5778.516 75010.716 75611.4
Not stated15 01910.135 2927.731 1948.9

About the statistics

The statistics cover all students registered in higher education per 1 October. Persons in doctoral programs (PhD) are not included. Information on students abroad includes students who take a whole degree abroad. Statistics covering new students in higher education will be updated in June.

 

Definitions

Definitions of the main concepts and variables

Enrolled students: Students registered at an approved institution for higher education in Norway and students from Norway registered abroad in higher education per 1 October.

Type of school: According to the Standard Industrial Classification of 2007.

Educational activity: According to the Norwegian Standard Classification of Education (NUS2000). Courses are grouped according to their level and field of study.

Part time/full time: Part time studies are defined by a progression less than 70 per cent of a full-time loading. Some courses at university colleges are organised only as part time studies.

School county/school municipality: Where the institution is located.

County of residence at 16 years: County where the student resided at the time he/she was 16 years old.

Age: Per 31 December.

Highest educational attainment of parents: Parental educational attainment encompasses all of the following levels:

1) Primary and lower secondary education

2) Upper secondary education

3) Higher education, short (at least two years but also 4 years or less)

4) Higher education, long (more than four years).

The education level of parents is defined as the highest level of education obtained by at least one of the parents.

Teacher training and pedagogy programmes include: Teacher training programme; various bachelor programmes in pre-school/kindergarten teacher education, specific subject/vocational teacher education and in pedagogy; general teacher/primary and lower secondary teacher programme and specific subject/ vocational teacher education; master programmes in teacher training and pedagogy; continuing education programmes for teachers.

Standard classifications

 

Educational activities are grouped by the Norwegian Standard Classification of Education which was established in 1970 by Statistics Norway and later revised in 1973, 1989 and 2000. Educational institutions are classified as being higher education by the Standard Industrial Classification.

For international puprposes, the ISCED 2011 is used (International Standard Classification of Education).

Administrative information

Name and topic

Name: Students in higher education
Topic: Education

Next release

Responsible division

Division for Education and Culture Statistics

Regional level

Figures are presented at national level, at municipal level and by educational institution. Data on enrolments in higher education includes information that makes it possible to provide figures at other regional levels.

Frequency and timeliness

Final figures are published annually in March/April, and refer to enrolments in higher education as of 1. October the year before. 

International reporting

Data on enrolments is delivered to OECD, UNESCO and Eurostat.

Microdata

Statistics Norway stores all data in a proper, standardised manner in consultation with the The Norwegian Data Protection Authority.

It is possible to order special tables In addition to the tables that are published by contacting Statistics Norway, oppdragutdanning@ssb.no. The price will depend on the size of the order.

Background

Background and purpose

There is a high demand for the collection of official statistics on education. Official education statistics are individually based and document the educational activities of all Norwegian residents from completion of lower secondary school to completion of all tertiary education including doctoral studies.

Norway`s education statistics went through a structural readjustment in the beginning of the 1970's. All statistics on higher education were previously available through a census. The data is now individually based, with all educational activities being attached to each individual's personal ID-number. The data is contained in the National Education Database (NUDB) in a format that allows the production of different kinds of education statistics and connection with other types of individually based statistics where necessary (e.g. income, social-welfare).

The purpose of these statistics is to present individually based statistics of students in higher education education in Norway.

Users and applications

Important users of the education statistics are public administration, special interest organizations, media, researchers, business and industry. Key users amongst the ministries are the Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of Local Government and Regional Government, Ministry of Children and Family Affairs and the Ministry of Finance. The statistics are also used by international organisations such as Eurostat, OECD and UNESCO.

In addition, data on enrolments is used internally in Statistics Norway in publications and in assignments.

Equal treatment of users

No external users have access to the statistics and analyses before they are published and accessible simultaneously for all users on ssb.no at 8:00 AM. Prior to this, a minimum of three months' advance notice is given in the Statistics Release Calendar. This is one of Statistics Norway’s key principles for ensuring that all users are treated equally.

Coherence with other statistics

Data from higher education is combined with data from lower- and upper secondary education when revision processes are complete. Data is then stored as single annual files in the National Education Database (NUDB). Statistics Norway uses a similar system for all individually based statistics, making it easy to combine education statistics with other areas. Labour market statistics, health statistics, living conditions statistics and income and wage statistics are examples of other individually based statistics compiled by Statistics Norway.

Legal authority

Statistics Act, sections 2-1, 2-2 and 3-2.

EEA reference

Commission Regulation (EU) No 88/2011 of 2 February 2011 implementing Regulation (EC) No 452/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the production and development of statistics on education and lifelong learning, as regards statistics on education and training systems.

Production

Population

The statistics cover all students of educational institutions that are classified as universities, specialised universities or university colleges in the Standard Industrial Classification per 1 October each year.

Universities: University of Oslo, University of Bergen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, University of Stavanger, University of Agder, Nord University, University of South-Eastern Norway and Oslo Metropolitan University.

Specialised university institutions: Norwegian School of Economics, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norwegian Academy of Music, BI Norwegian Business School, VID Specialised University, Molde University College - Specialised University in Logistics and Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

University colleges are grouped into: the state university colleges, military university colleges and other university colleges. The state university colleges is a term for type of university college which is a result from a reform in 1994. Other University Colleges include Norwegian Police University College and all private university colleges.

In recent years, a number of institutions in higher education were merged into larger units, see changes in educational institutions (in Norwegian)  

As some university colleges were merged in 2016, there was a decrease in the number of students in university colleges, as well as a corresponding increase in the number of students in universities and in specialized universities.

Each student can be registered as active in only one educational activity per 1 October each year. For students registered in several courses, Statistics Norway chooses the educational activity that is considered their main course of study, with higher-level, specialised university colleges and full-time courses taking priority among others. Persons in doctoral programmes (PhD) are not included.

Information on students abroad only includes students who take a whole degree abroad.

Data sources and sampling

Pursuant to the Statistical Act, Statistics Norway collects student data from Database for Statistics on Higher Education (DBH) and the administrative systems of the various higher education institutions.

Information on students abroad is provided by The State Education Loan Fund.

Surveys are not employed to collect education statistics. All data is obtained from university and college databases.

Collection of data, editing and estimations

Data collection: Pursuant to the Statistical Act (June 1989, No.54), Statistics Norway collects student data from the administrative systems of the various higher education institutions and from the State Education Loan Fund.

Editing: Editing includes both control and revision, and is performed on all data received from educational institutions. It encompasses deletion of duplicate records, a control for correct and valid values for each variable, comparisons with last years data and checks for missing information. Several variables are re-coded to comply with control programs run by Statistics Norway and Personal ID-numbers are referenced against Statistics Norway's population database to check for errors. At last duplicate students are deleted, which means that a student can only be counted once even though the student is registered at duplicated educational activities or educational institutions.

Estimation: No estimation is performed. The statistics are based on enumeration of students in higher education.

Seasonal adjustment

Not relevant

Confidentiality

To prevent identification of individuals within the statistics, data is not released where there are less than three students within a single cell in a table.

Comparability over time and space

Individually based data on students has been published annually since it was first collected in 1974. Most variables are comparable, but some have changed. The revised Norwegian Standard Classification of Education recoded education courses to enable comparison of newer and older data. While education courses are reasonably comparable over time, other variables are not (e.g. coding of institution types).

Accuracy and reliability

Sources of error and uncertainty

Statistical investigations may encounter various sources of error. These errors can occur either during data collection (in this case, registration of student information) or during data processing (control and revision processes performed by Statistics Norway). It is difficult to estimate the extent of error in student registers. A person may be wrongly registered as being a student, especially for individual institutions that use a different enumeration date to Statistics Norway (1 October). Overestimation of student numbers is common for Norway's universities where registration occurs with payment of registration fees rather than enrolment in subjects. Alternatively, a student may remain in the registration system after they have completed their studies. Students themselves can provide inaccurate information to the registers, or personal responsible for the registers may make errors during data input or be uncertain of the definition of certain variables.

The State Education Loan Fund documents Norwegian students abroad. However, students from Norway who study abroad without being associated with the loan fund will be missed out in the statistics. It is not known how many people this applies to.

Revision

See general principles for revisions in Statistics Norway