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Indicators

This site will include a number of indicators for the steering and monitoring of the educational system. Only a portion of all the indicators are shown on the site at this moment (more will become available later on).

Note! Some of the reports are subject to data protection measures. In that case numbers of 1-4 persons are shown as "1-4" and larger numbers are rounded to the nearest multiple of three. Percentages are calculated using the protected numbers.

A) Application, selection and admission to education​

Admission to education

​A1) Applicants expressing first preference in comparison to those who accepted a place

New students in com​paris​on to the age group​

A2) New students in comparison to the age group

​Graduates admitted into further education

A3) Completers' admission to further education
A4) Percentage of completers who were admitted directly to further full-time education
A5) Percentage of basic education completers who were admitted directly to further education leading to a qualification

​B) Study processes in education​

Pass rates

B1) The percentage of completers of all admitted students - upper secondary level
B2) The percentage of graduates of all admitted students - higher education institutions

B3) Students who graduated within the target time

​Expected pass rates

​B5) Percentage of completers out of completers and dropouts​

Median and average time of completing a degree or a qualification

B6) Average
B7) Median

Median and average age at graduation

​B8) Average
B9) Median​

Special needs education

B10) Pupils receiving special or intensified support in pre-primary education
B11) Pupils receiving special or intensified support in grades 1–9​
B12) Percentage of students in special needs education (in vocational upper secondary education and training​)​

Average size of class teachers' own classes​ in basic education

B14) Average size of class teachers' own classes

Median and average age of starting higher education

B15) Average
B16) Median

​D) Societal interaction and effectiveness

​​New students' mobility

D1) Percentage of new students who moved into the region of education from another region​

Placement after graduation/completion

Activity of graduates at the end of the statistical year following the graduation year.

D2) Percentage of graduates in further education
D3) Percentage of graduates in further education (incl. students in employment)
D4) Percentage of graduates placed outside the region of education
D5) Percentage of graduates in employment
    D5*) Percentage of graduates who moved abroad

Educational structure of the population

Percentage of graduates/completers in the population.

D7) Percentage of graduates/completers in the population aged 25-34
D8) Aged 30–34
D9) Aged 25–64
D10) Aged 25–64, 30-34 and 30

Liberal (non-formal) adult education in comparison to population​

D11) Teaching hours in liberal (non-formal) adult education in comparison to population over 25 years old
D12) Students in liberal (non-formal) adult education in comparison to population over 25 years old​​

E) Personnel​

Percentage of formally qualified​ full-time teachers​

​E1) ​Percentage of formally qualified teachers

​F) Other

Students with an immigrant background by mother tongue

F1) Percentage of new students with an immigrant background
F2) Percentage of students with an immigrant background
F3) Percentage of qualifications attained by students with an immigrant background

Students with an immigrant background by parents' country of birth

F4) Percentage of new students with an immigrant background 
F5) Percentage of students with an immigrant background 
F6) Percentage of qualifications attained by students with an immigrant background​​​

Percentage of post basic education completers in the population aged 25–64