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For many students, the road to school has come to an end. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

For many young Finns, school’s out – today. 58,000 adolescents graduate from the comprehensive school, while 27,070 upper secondary schoolers are leaving the premises with a diploma in hand.

A vocational degree is received by 77,300 students.

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2,340 Swedish-speaking students are graduating from the comprehensive school, and 2,036 students receive an upper secondary school diploma.

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A vocational degree is received by 2,340 Swedish-speaking students.


Source: STT

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