Official Statistics of Finland

Upper secondary general school education

Producer: Statistics Finland
Data:

Latest release:
Number of students in upper secondary general education decreased slightly
13 Jun 2017
According to Statistics Finland's education statistics, a total of 103,600 students attended upper secondary general school education leading to a qualification in 2016. The number of students decreased by 0.5 per cent from the previous year. A total of 30,500 matriculation examinations were completed. The figure was 100 lower than one year before. Fifty-seven per cent of the students and fifty-eight per cent of passers of the matriculation examination were women.

Next release:
13 Jun 2018

Description: The statistics on upper secondary general school education contain data on the educational institutions providing upper secondary general education: upper secondary general schools, basic and upper secondary general level schools and folk high schools. The preliminary statistics by educational institution for the current autumn describe the total number of students on 20 September in the educational institutions providing upper secondary general education. The statistics on upper secondary general school pupils contain individual-based data at the reference point of time of 20 September on the pupils attending the full upper secondary general school syllabus. The statistics on matriculation examinations contain data on pupils having matriculated in a certain year, and separate data on passers of the international matriculation examinations of IB, EB and Reifeprüfung. Data on the subject choices of upper secondary general school leavers are collected with a separate collection (see Subject choices of students).
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Keywords: education, general education, leaving certificates, matriculation examination, students, upper secondary general school.
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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Upper secondary general school education [e-publication].
ISSN=1799-165X. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 15.12.2017].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/lop/index_en.html

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