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  • This is Norway 2019

    This is Norway presents statistics from a variety of areas and seeks to give an overview of Norwegian society and its developments in recent years.

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  • Facts about education in Norway 2019

    Where in the country do most children go to kindergarten, and what line of study is most popular at the moment? The Facts about education publication includes most of the figures on education in Norway – from kindergarten to university.

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  • Projections of the labour force and employment by education towards 2035

    Reports 2018/36

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  • Adult refugees without education and with primary and lower secondary education

    Reports 2018/29

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  • Did you know these facts about students in Norway?

    Students in Norway differ from students in many other European countries. In Norway, there are more older students, it is less common to live at home with parents, and students spend a lot of time on paid work.

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  • Higher education continues to rise

    During the period 2013-2017, the proportion of people with a higher education increased the most in Oslo and Troms. In both counties, the proportion of people aged 16 years and older with a higher education was 3.2 percentage points higher in 2017...

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  • Women and men in Norway 2018

    Who are the women and men in Norway? Statistics Norway presents similarities and differences between women and men in Norway within areas of society we can describe with statistics in Women and men in Norway.

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  • Eurostudent VI – a large online survey

    Statistics Norway conducted Eurostudent VI in 2016. The survey collects data on living conditions among students in Norway. The survey was implemented online with a sample of 24 000 students. The survey gave more than 8 200 approved respondents.

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  • Facts about education in Norway 2018

    Where in the country do most children go to kindergarten, and what line of study is most popular at the moment? The Facts about education publication includes most of the figures on education in Norway – from kindergarten to university.

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  • Highest level of education in Oslo

    In 2016, half of the population in Oslo aged 16 years and over had a higher education. As a national average, 33 per cent had attained an education at this level.

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  • Education from back home

    Statistical analysis 2017

    Gaining a foothold in the labour market and settling in Norway can be largely dependent on the education a refugee has from their homeland. Education levels differ considerably depending on country background.This article was first published in No...

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  • Facts about education in Norway 2017

    Where in the country do most children go to kindergarten, and what line of study is most popular at the moment? The Facts about education publication includes most of the figures on education in Norway – from kindergarten to university.

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  • Education-specific labour force and demand in Norway in times of transition

    Reports 2016/31

    This report analyzes the demand for labour in Norway between 2014 and 2035, and whether this demand corresponds to the educational composition of the labour force.

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  • More than half of graduates are women

    Most graduates from bachelor and master’s degree programmes are women in Norway and in most OECD countries. In a majority of OECD countries, more men than women hold a doctoral degree.

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  • Facts about education in Norway 2016

    In «Facts About Education in Norway 2016» you can find figures on virtually every form of education in the country – from kindergarten to university.

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