Upper secondary school
Who has statutory rights as a young person?
Most of those attending upper secondary education have statutory rights as a young person. This means that you are entitled to upper secondary education until the school year that starts in which you turn 24.
Who does not have statutory rights as a young person?
If you are retaking subjects, have completed three years of upper secondary education, or are above the age of 24, you no longer have statutory rights as a young person. You may receive loans and grants from Lånekassen, but only in accordance with the same rules that apply for university and university college education.