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Table 5 Sources of education collected by UREG

From: Registration of immigrants’ educational attainment in Sweden: an analysis of sources and time to registration

Sources in the Swedish register of education
Register-based labour market statistics (1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989)
Swedish for Immigrants (SFI)
Adult education (KOMVUX)
The Swedish Migration Agency, Register of Migration and Asylum statistics
The Swedish Public Employment Service
Population and housing census 1970
Register of wages (private, municipal, county council and public sector)
The Swedish National Board of Student Aid
Survey on Income and Living Conditions (until UREG 2006)
Labour Force Survey
Applicants to tertiary education
The survey of foreign-born education
Register of teaching personnel
Certification from introductory programs (upper secondary education)
Study certificate
Higher education credit HE (until UREG 1999)
Applicants/admitted to upper secondary school
Access programs to higher education
Labour market training
Folk High School, general entry requirements
The National Board of Health and Welfare, old register
The Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR), foreign post-secondary education not tertiary education
The Swedish Board of Agriculture (registered veterinary)
The Swedish National Agency for Education, foreign teacher education
The Swedish Armed Forces
Register of upper secondary education and post-secondary education not elsewhere collected (EXTAS)
Applicants to post-graduate education
"Various" post-secondary education
Compulsory school
Upper secondary school, special courses
Post-secondary courses in arts and culture
Swedish schools abroad (compulsory and upper secondary education)
Foundation year program
Higher education credit HE (UREG 2000 and onwards)
Register of Higher Vocational Education
Swedish defence University
Register of higher education
Register of post-graduate education
Individual information
Population and housing census 1990
  1. Source: Statistics Sweden (2016b)