publication . Master thesis . 2014

International Student Migration to Norway. Who stays and who leaves?

Tran, Lea Nga Thanh;
Open Access Norwegian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
Abstract
International student migration to Norway has markedly increased during the past 20 years. This inflow has caused the Norwegian authorities to shed light on the topic. Until 2001, it was expected from the Norwegian authorities that international students return home after graduation. After the 21th century several policy changes occurred to attract more international students to Norway, and making it easier for international students to obtain a work permit after their studies. This thesis analyzes international student migration to Norway between 1990 and the 2010, and discusses the policy changes that might have contributed to the increase in student mobility ...
Subjects
free text keywords: international, student, migration, immigration, labor, market, policy

1. Table 1. Number of international students (1990‐2010) …………………………………………17  2. Table 2. Gender division (1990‐2010) …………………………………………………..…………………21  3. Table 3. Regression results………………………………………………………………………………………34  4. Table 4. Summary statistics (Appendix)…..……………………………………………………………….46  5. Table 5. Summary statistics (Appendix)…..……………………………………………………………….47  6. Table 6. Summary statistics (Appendix).…………………………………………………………………..48  7. Table 7. Summary Statistics (Appendix)...………………………………………………………………..49  8. Table 8. Results using Probit Regression (Appendix).……………………………………………….50  9. Table 9. Results using Probit Regression (Appendix).……………………………………………….51  10.  Table 10. Results using Probit Regression (Appendix).…………………………………………….52  11.  Table 11. Results using Probit Regression (Appendix).…………………………………………….53  12. Table 12. Results using Probit regression, marginal effects (Appendix)……………………54  13. Table 13. Results using Probit regression, marginal effects (Appendix)……………………55 

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