In the academic year 2022/2023, just under 43,000 Nordic students were enrolled in a Full education abroad. This number has declined steadily over the past decade, although at a somewhat accelerated rate during the pandemic. For Exchange studies Covid-19 had a larger impact, but in 2022/2023 the number of students participating in this type of education abroad was almost back to pre-pandemic levels.
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An update of the Nordic Statistics database has been performed today, next planned for end of June. Examples on updates...
In 2022, just over 1.6 million enterprises were registered in the Nordics, unchanged compared to 2021. The largest sector, measured in number of enterprises, was Professional, scientific and technical activities, which made up 22% of the total number of enterprises.
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An update of the Nordic Statistics database has been performed today. The next update is planned for mid-May.

The Nordic Statistics database

Nordic Statistics is a collection of comparative Nordic statistics which has existed and been funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers since the mid-1960s. The Nordic Statistics database contains about two hundred matrices. 

The data is gathered from the Nordic Statistical Institutes (NSIs), the Nomesco-Nososco committees, other Nordic statistics producers as well as international sources such as Eurostat, OECD and the UN. For more details read here.