Ordinance On Access, Etc. At The Bachelor's And Master's Degrees At The Universities (Access The Notice)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om adgang m.v. ved bachelor- og kandidatuddannelser ved universiteterne (adgangsbekendtgørelsen)

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Area

Chapter 2 entry requirements

Chapter 3 Recording and recording capacity

Chapter 4 Checking, etc.

Chapter 5 special instructions

Chapter 6 Leave

Chapter 7 Study breaks, and migration

Chapter 8 Other provisions

Chapter 9 entry into force, etc.

Annex 1 The full text of the notice on access, etc. at the bachelor's and master's degrees at the universities (access the notice)

Pursuant to § 1 of lov nr. 319 of 16. May 1990 on regulating access by higher education and section 8, paragraph 1, article 9, paragraph 3, and section 34, paragraph 1, of the law on universities (University law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1368 by 7. December 2007, fixed:

Chapter 1

Area

§ 1. The notice involves admission, admission, enrolment, special instructions and leave by bachelor and master degrees, see. University law.

Chapter 2

Admission requirements

§ 2. Access to a bachelor's degree will require a secondary education, see. paragraph 2, as well as specific admission requirements, see. § 3.

(2). The following secondary education is qualifying:





1) baccalaureate (stx).

2) Higher preparatory examination (hf).

3) Higher commercial examination (hhx).

4) higher technical examination (htx).

5) Faroese, Greenland's upper secondary Education Baccalaureate (GU-exam), Faroese higher preparatory exam, Faroese higher commercial examination, the vocational upper secondary education to higher commercial examination from Greenland, Faroese higher technical exam, the vocational upper secondary education to higher technical exam from Greenland and graduated from the Duborg-Skolen and A.P. Møller Skolen.

6) Secondary integration courses for speakers of other languages (GIF).

7) Danish/French Baccalauréat "(DFB), European Baccalauréat" (EB), International Baccalaureate (IB) or Option International du Baccalauréat "(OIB).

8) Foreign exam, etc., which can be equated to a Danish upper secondary school exam, or as the University has assessed as comparable to a Danish upper secondary school exam.





(3). Entrance examination for undergraduate courses in engineering (civil engineering), food science and surveying science can also be satisfied by admission exam for engineering education.

(4). Evaluation of foreign degrees, see. (2). 8, carried out in accordance with the rules of the law on the evaluation of foreign educational qualifications etc.

§ 3. Access to a bachelor's degree will require also specific access requirements, as are certain secondary disciplines respectively either the A-, B-or C-level, see. rules for the secondary education, and/or a practical test in accordance with the rules laid down by the University. The specific entry requirements shall be determined by the Ministry of science, Technology and Development upon the recommendation of the universities, see. Annex 1 to the Decree.

(2). The Ministry publishes changes to the specific entry requirements at the Ministry entrance portal on the internet at www.optagelse.dk. Tightening announced with at least 2 years before they take effect. The same is true for bachelor programmes, which have not previously been provided for specific entry requirements.

(3). When a subject is assumed to be at a certain level, see. (1) the applicant must have met the bestågrænsen at this or a higher level in accordance with the rules of scoring in that upper secondary education. There are several characters in the subject, is the requirement to be fulfilled if the weighted average according to the rules for that training is not less than 2.0. The requirement cannot be met by rounding up.

§ 4. Access to a bachelor's degree may also require that the secondary school exam is passed with a particular exam, or a minimum grade point average to individual subjects are passed, see. section 3, paragraph 3, with a minimum rating which is higher than the character 2.0. Character requirements determined by the University.

(2). The University's decision fixing the character requirements and amendments thereto should be sent to the Ministry, which publishes the requirement on the Ministry entrance portal on internet address www.optagelse.dk at least 2 years before the requirement enters into force.

§ 5. The University can accept applicants on a bachelor's degree, although in § 3 and § 4 presupposed access requirements are not met, see. However, paragraph 2. Admission is subject to the applicant after the University's detailed provision meets the entry requirements prior to commencement or before start of study complements to a level which, according to the University's assessment can be equated with access requirements.

(2). The University may, in cases of expected significantly restricted on a bachelor's degree provide that conditional accession referred to in paragraph 1 can no longer take place. The University's decision to that effect must be published on the University's website at least 1 year before the decision comes into force, and the Ministry must be informed thereof in advance.

§ 6. If the applicant has passed several secondary school exams, the first successful exam can only be used as a basis for recording, when exam average either forms part of the access requirement or be used as a selection criterion.

(2). The University may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

§ 7. The University may allow applicants to apply for admission to a bachelor's degree on a basis other than the stipulated admission requirements, see. § 2 and § 3, if the applicant has the professional qualifications which can equivalent, and the University is of the opinion that the applicant will be able to carry out the training.

(2). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 may be granted only on condition that the applicant within the time fixed for the introductory phase, consists a skill test or through some other form of individual assessment documents the necessary qualifications.

(3). Decision in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply only to the concerned education at that University.

§ 8. Applicants to medical exams, or other candidates who will meet the conditions for admission before recording, but as for any other reason have not received their final diploma before 5. July, can apply for admission in the regular application deadline expired. The applicant sends as soon as possible thereafter, and at the latest within a period specified by the University, the diploma for it or they were seeking universities. These applicants be assessed on an equal footing with the other candidates, but usually gets answers later than the other candidates.

(2). The University may grant a derogation from the time limit laid down in paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

§ 9. Access to a master's degree requires a relevant bachelor's degree, see. § 1, or other relevant Danish or foreign training at the same level. Admission requirements for the individual candidate education is evidenced by training curriculum.

(2). The University may accept applicants who do not meet the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, but as the basis of a specific assessment is estimated to have educational prerequisites, there can be equated with it. The University may provide that the applicant shall, within the time fixed for the start of their studies, to carry out additional tests.

§ 10. The University may require foreign applicants or applicants with a foreign access basis within the time fixed for the start of their studies, must have passed the study test of Danish or have documented equivalent proficiency in Danish.

(2). The University may require the study test of Danish is passed with a particular exam, or a minimum grade point average to individual or all subsamples is passed with a minimum rating which is higher than the grade 02.

(3). The University may decide that the requirement of Danish (A) access to bachelor's degree programs, see. Annex 1 may be replaced by the study test of Danish, etc. in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2.

(4). Requirements for Danish language skills, including when the study test of Danish, etc. must be carried out, must appear on the University's website. The tightening of requirements for Danish language skills must be announced in 2 years. The same applies to education, which has not previously been demand for Danish language skills.

§ 11. If a training or significant parts thereof are offered in English, the applicant must, within the time fixed for the start of their studies, demonstrate proficiency in English, corresponding to at least English B-level. The University may provide that candidates must pass a specially organised trial.

(2). The University may decide that the demand for English B by access to bachelor's degree programs, see. Annex 1 may be replaced by one of the University specially designed test.

(3). Requirements for English proficiency, including when these must be documented, and what are the requirements to foreign samples, must appear on the University's website. The tightening of requirements for English proficiency must be announced in 2 years. The same applies to education, which has not previously been demand for English skills.

§ 12. By access to bachelor's and master's degree programs offered in accordance with the rules on part-time education, applies the rules laid down in this chapter, unless otherwise provided by other rules.

Chapter 3

Recording and recording capacity

§ 13. The University shall decide on the admission of the candidate in accordance with the rules set out in this notice.


§ 14. The University determines in accordance with the rules of free yourself shoot, see. (2) how many students it will record on the individual undergraduate and graduate education, see. However, section 15, unless the Ministry shall set an annual ceiling of recording capacity, see. University law.

(2). On education with free record establishes the University admission capacity, taking into account the possibility of giving a sound research-based lessons with qualified teachers and adequate capacity building. The University must in addition take account of the fact that optagelsestallet is in compliance with society's needs for training within that subject area.

§ 15. A pass bachelor's degree at a University confers the right to inclusion, see. § 9 (1), (2). paragraph, on the master's degree, which is the natural over the construction of undergraduate education faculty/subject areas, at the same University in direct extension of the completed bachelor's degree, see. However, section 16.

(2). The University provides the curriculum for each master's degree, the bachelor's degree at the University that confers the right to be entered in accordance with paragraph 1. In addition, fixed it in the curriculum for each master's degree which Bachelors degree programs at the University and in other universities who incidentally gives access to the master's degree, see. section 9, paragraph 1.

(3). Rules laid down pursuant to paragraph 2 2. paragraph, do not rule out the possibility that students with a bachelor's degree, see. § 1, from another University may be admitted to the masters course. Universities must jointly ensure that students on bachelor's degree programmes are informed about the possibilities for the choice of the relevant master degrees by own and other universities.

§ 16. Applicants who have completed a master's degree, may be included in a bachelor's or master's degree, if there are seats available. The same applies to applicants who twice previously enrolled at a higher education without having acquired the final examination.

(2). The University may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

Admission to bachelor's degree programs

§ 17. Studio spaces for bachelor programmes, see. section 14 (1), shall be divided in quota 1 and 2 and can also be divided into quotas quota 3. Quota 1 can be broken down into quota 1a and 1b quota. All bachelor programmes must be broken down into quota 1a and quota 2. The Ministry shall determine each year the quota size, including possible breakdown in quota and quota 1b and 1a Division in quota 3, upon a proposal by the University.

(2). Quota 3 can only be created for bachelor programs offered in English.

(3). Excess seats from the quota 2 and 3 of the basic regulation. § 23 and § 24, carried forward to the quota 1.

(4). The Ministry can approve that the University at some bachelor programmes applying another recording system than the quota system.

(5). The University publishes the allocation of student places provided for under paragraph 1 and any other recording system referred to in paragraph 4 on its Web site.

§ 18. Study places in the quota is allocated on a declining recording 1a quotient, see. (2) applicants with qualifying exams, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1-8, except for applicants with foreign qualifying examinations that cannot be converted to a recording quotient, see. section 23 (1) (8). 4.

(2). Optagelseskvotienten are exam average according to the proof of the qualifying exam, adjusted in accordance with the rules laid down in section 19 and section 20 or exam average of a converted foreign exam, see. However, § 43.

(3). If there are exceptional circumstances the University may grant a derogation from the rules laid down in paragraph 1.

§ 19. An applicant with a qualifying education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1-4, during the training have taken an extra subjects at the highest level in the relevant qualifying education as a substitute for a lower-level subjects, get adjusted his diploma grade point average, if it is intended to be used as admission requirements, see. section 4, or as a selection criteria, see. § 18.

(2). Is the qualifying education a higher preparatory examination, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 2, which is completed in 2006 or earlier, on B-level subjects can only lead to adjustment in accordance with paragraph 1, if the subject is beginner's level (B).

(3). Adjustment of the examination under paragraph 1, shall be carried out by the average multiplying it obtained Diploma grade point average with 1.03 for implementation of an additional level and with 1.06 for implementation of two additional levels. The average is calculated to one decimal place.

(4). An applicant with a foreign upper secondary education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 5, 7 and 8 may, when the outcome could be converted into a recording quotient, get aligned quotient, if it is to be used as admission requirements or as a selection criterion. The adjustment is done, when the foreign education is taken the same number of subjects at the highest level in that training, as required in a similar Danish education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1-4, and that further training is taken one or two extra subjects at the highest level as a replacement for a lower-level subjects, and the subjects at the highest level in the foreign education corresponds at least to the Danish A-level. The adjustment is done according to the rules laid down in paragraph 3. It is the responsibility of the applicant for the University to prove that the condition of alignment are met.

(5). Alignment of academic average in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 4, of the basic regulation. paragraph 3, shall be made by the inclusion in 2008 of the basic regulation. section 46, paragraph 2, of:





1) Applicants with a high school diploma, a higher commercial examination or a higher technical exam, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1, 3 and 4, that have been completed in 2007 or earlier.

2) applicants with a higher preparatory examination, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 2, which is completed in 2006 or earlier.

3) Applicants with a foreign upper secondary education, see. (4).





§ 20. An applicant with a qualifying education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1-4, which has been completed up to 2 years before the year of application of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 4, get aligned its exam averages, see. (3) if it is intended to be used as a selection criterion, see. § 18. The time of completion of the upper secondary education is the date of issue of the diploma.

(2). If the applicant has passed several secondary school exams, the first successful exam can only be used as the basis for the adjustment in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3). Adjustment of the examination under paragraph 1, shall be carried out by the average multiplying it achieved exam averages, see. § 43, with 1.08. The average is calculated to one decimal place.

(4). University Extension 2-year deadline referred to in paragraph 1, if the applicant has been unable to commence an education due to the following conditions:





1) Conscript service, including service on conscript similar terms.

2) training and broadcast as part of the military's international operations.

3) Adoption or motherhood.

4) Prolonged illness.

5) Care of Allied, which is disabled, seriously ill or dying.





(5). Extension of time pursuant to paragraph 4 shall be granted with the entire application year. An applicant may, however, not more than a few combined 4-year extension. It is incumbent on the applicant to demonstrate that the condition for University extension have been met.

(6). An applicant with a foreign upper secondary education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 5, 7 and 8, get when the result can be converted into a recording rate, adjusted the quotient if it is to be used as a selection criterion, according to the rules laid down in paragraphs 1 to 5. An applicant, who can decide the time for the completion of the upper secondary education, only get adjusted his diploma grade point average if the completed instruction and associated tests are completed within a period of time corresponding to the set or normal duration for that training. It is the responsibility of the applicant for the University to prove that the condition of alignment are met.

§ 21. Study places in the quota is allocated on a declining recording quotient 1b applicants with a qualifying education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1-4, which satisfies the conditions laid down for inclusion in quota 1a, but which could not be included in this quota.

(2). Optagelseskvotienten accordance with paragraph 1 shall be calculated as the average of 4 written exam grades in the upper secondary education calculated to one decimal place. Nr. 1-4, merged with exam average, calculated in accordance with article 18, paragraph 2:





1) For applicants with a high school diploma, without prejudice. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1, included Danish, a further subjects at A-level, English as well as study the guidelines project.

2) For applicants with a higher preparatory examination, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 2, included Danish, English, mathematics, as well as the major writing task.

3) For applicants with a higher commercial examination of the basic regulation. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 3, included Danish, a further subjects at A-level, English as well as study the guidelines project.

4) For applicants with a higher technical exam, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 4, included Danish, mathematics, English and technology.






(3). For applicants with several subjects at A-level, in addition to Danish and possibly English, see. (2). 1 and 3, included the character from the A-level subjects which have achieved the highest rating. For applicants who have subjects at a higher level than it required in that upper-secondary education, included the nature of the subject at the higher level, without prejudice. (2). 1, 2 and 4.

(4). An applicant with a foreign upper secondary education, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 5, 7 and 8, get when the result can be converted into a recording quotient, corrected the quotient if it is to be used as a selection criterion, according to the rules laid down in paragraph 2. The requirement of Danish may be replaced by the applicant's mother tongue at A-level or equivalent level. It is the responsibility of the applicant for the University to prove that the condition for correction are met.

§ 22. If it is not possible to record all applicants with the same recording quotient, see. section 18 and section 21, admitted older applicants before the younger. However, this does not apply to cases where the University has guaranteed admission in advance with a certain quotient or pledged later recording with a certain quotient.

§ 23. Study places in the quota 2 is assigned in accordance with the rules laid down by the University to





1) applicants who meet the entry requirements for the programme referred to in article 6. section 2, paragraph 2, § 3 and § 4, but does not have a sufficient grade point average to qualify for inclusion in quota 1a and 1b.

2) applicants who do not have a qualifying exam, see. section 2, paragraph 2, but satisfy alternative access requirements to the appropriate training.

3) applicants who do not have a qualifying exam, but who have skills that can be equated with this regulation. § 7.

4) Applicants with a foreign entry qualification, see. section 2, paragraph 4, but which cannot be converted into a recording quotient in quota 1, unless the person concerned must seek admission through quota 3, see. § 24.





(2). Study places in the quota 2 is assigned after a concrete assessment of the candidates. The University publishes on its website, what objective criteria that may be included in the assessment of each candidate. If the work is part of the assessment, the conscript service sibling. The University may not use age or draw as selection criteria. Significant changes to the criteria must be announced with at least 2 years. If the University lets activities be included in the assessment, there shall be included activities for a period of 12 months put together.

(3). If the work is part of the practical assessment, vocational work, which are earned by posting as part of the contract with the armed forces, included with the whole of the contract period, see. However, paragraph 2, last paragraph, notwithstanding that the contract period first expires after the application deadline, however at the latest until the start of study. The same is true of conscript service.

(4). In the University's assessment of the candidates in accordance with paragraph 2 and in accordance with the Ministry's approval, enter into competitions, talks, etc.

(5). The University can give conditional warranty for a studio space or at the earliest recording the following year round.

(6). If there are exceptional circumstances, the University may grant a derogation from its own accession rules laid down in accordance with paragraph 2.

§ 24. Study seats in quota 3 is assigned in accordance with the rules laid down by the University for applicants who have a foreign entry qualification, see. section 2, paragraph 4, and where the applicant has needed a residence permit in order to participate in an education.

(2). Study seats are to be allocated after a concrete assessment of the candidates. The University publishes on its website, what objective, professional criteria that may be included in the assessment of each candidate. Significant changes to the criteria must be announced with at least 1 year.

(3). The number of places allocated to applicants in accordance with paragraph 1, without prejudice to article. section 14, paragraph 1, shall be laid down in such a way as to ensure places for those applicants who do not need a residence permit and who is better qualified to be admitted to training than applicants in accordance with paragraph 1.

(4). Applicants who meet the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 may only apply for admission in quota 3.

(5). If there are exceptional circumstances, the University may grant a derogation from its own accession rules laid down in accordance with paragraph 2.

§ 25. The University may at the same time as the ordinary admission set an additional number of seats (waitlist seats), which can be searched simultaneously with the application for admission to the quota 1 and 2. Candidates for these seats will be built on a priority waiting list in accordance with the same criteria as for admission. The University can determine that only admitted to waiting lists in quota 1.

(2). The right to a studio space will lapse, if the applicant is on the waiting list have not accepted offers of Studio space within a period laid down by the University. The applicant has not received any offer of admission by the deadline, it will change to a commitment to recording square waiting list within the following year. However, it is a condition for admission the following year, that the applicant meets the specific admission requirements and requirements for certain minimum grades in individual subjects who apply for training that year, see. § 3 and § 4. Notwithstanding the commitment of the recording has been reached, should be submitted new application the following year.

section 26. Application for admission is done digitally via the Ministry entrance portal on internet address www.optagelse.dk or manually by using the forms on paper, see. However, paragraph 4.

(2). You can apply for admission by up to 8 of the entrance areas, which appear on the application form, see. (1).

(3). The applicant sends the application form and documentation for access to the base or they sought educational institutions, as well as the priority schedule for the highest-priority institution. Documentation for access basis must be conveyed. section 8, if the applicant has not received diploma or similar before the expiry of the deadline referred to in article 6. § 27.

(4). Application for admission through quota 3 is done according to rules provided by the University and published on the University's website.

§ 27. The application deadline for admission at bachelor programmes are the following:





1) application deadline is the 15. March kl. 12.00 for applicants seeking admission via quota 2, and for applicants with foreign qualifying examinations, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 7 and 8, unless the person concerned must seek admission through quota 3, see. Nr. 4.

2) application deadline is the 15. March kl. 12.00 for applicants to education, where as part of entry requirements included an audition.

3) application deadline is January 5. July 23:00. 12.00 for applicants seeking admission through quota 1.

4) application deadline fixed by the University for applicants seeking admission through quota 3, see. (4). The application deadline will be published on the University's website.





(2). The University shall, not later than 30 June 2005. July give the candidates can be admitted by the University through quota 1 and quota 2, offer of a studio space. The applicant shall confirm the offer within a time limit fixed by the University. The applicant did not confirm the offer within the time limit set, the right to study space.

(3). The coordinating secretariat, in accordance with article 3. notice of procedure for coordination of educational institutions admission of applicants for secondary education and higher education, about signing up to 10. class and on the communication to the Youth guidance (procedure Ordinance), shall, within the 30. July on behalf of universities notification to the applicants for quota 1 and 2, which could not be absorbed by any of the searched bachelor programmes.

(4). The University can continuously give the candidates can be admitted by the University through quota 3, offer of a studio space, but no later than the 1. June. The applicant shall confirm the offer within a time limit fixed by the University. The applicant did not confirm the offer within the time limit set, the right to study space. The University provides no later than the 1. June applicants who cannot be absorbed by the University, notification of refusal. The University shall inform the coordinating secretariat who have been admitted through quota 3 no later than the 15. June.

(5). The University may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

section 28. Applicants for quota 1 and 2 which is not recorded by any of the searched bachelor programmes, given at the same time as the notice of refusal referred to in article 6. § 27, paragraph 3, a list of courses, where there are seats available. For admission to seats sets the University even application and admission procedure, including time limits. If there are several applicants for a bachelor's degree, than there are seats available, applicants are admitted on the basis of objective criteria laid down by the University. The University may not use age and draw as selection criteria. The criteria for selection should be published on the University's home page at the same time as the publication of the available seats.

Admission to master's programmes

section 29. For admission to master's programmes shall establish the University even application and admission procedure, including time limits.

(2). The University publishes on its Web page application deadline, admission procedure as well as the time of the offer of a studio space in accordance with paragraph 1, and, where necessary, the requirements for confirmation of the offer.


section 30. The University can, with a background in professional development in the qualifying undergraduate education in the curriculum for the master's degree, lay down rules about when the students last may seek admission to the master's degree after completing the bachelor's degree programme.

section 31. Can the University of capacity reasons does not record all applicants on a master's degree, must be based on criteria that selection in advance is provided by the University, see. However, section 15, paragraph 1, and section 32. Access restrictions shall be published on the University's website at least 1 year before the restriction comes into force.

(2). The University must only use academic criteria such as selection criteria. The University may not use age and draw as selection criteria. The criteria for selection should be published on the University's home page at the same time as the publication of access restrictions.

(3). In the University's assessment of the candidates in accordance with paragraph 2 and in accordance with the Ministry's approval, enter into competitions, talks, etc.

section 32. On master's programmes offered in English, can reserve a number of university places for highly qualified applicants who have a foreign degree, which is assessed to meet the entry requirements, and where the applicant has needed a residence permit in order to participate in an education. Application deadline and time of offer of a studio space for these applicants can lie earlier than for other applicants.

(2). The number of places allocated to applicants in accordance with paragraph 1, without prejudice to article. section 14, paragraph 1, shall be laid down in such a way as to ensure places for the applicants,





1) who needs a residence permit and who either has the right to be admitted to the training referred to in article 6. section 15 (1), or is assigned clearance or clearance with scholarship, or

2) that do not require a residence permit and who either has the right to be admitted to the training referred to in article 6. section 15 (1), or is better qualified to be admitted to training than other candidates in accordance with paragraph 1.





(3). The University publishes on its Web page application deadline, admission procedure as well as the time of the offer and refusal of a studio space in accordance with paragraph 1 and, where appropriate, requirements for confirmation of the offer.

Chapter 4

Checking, etc.

section 33. The students enrolled in the relevant study administrative steps on training to one of the following categories:





1) Bachelor's degree.

2) master's degree.

3) Module, or any part thereof for the purpose of merit in other training.

4) Guest students in General.





(2). If the recorded is distributed on several Studio startup times, inscribe older recorded before younger, unless an older candidate has applied for delayed start of study.

(3). There are several study startup times on a bachelor's or master's degree, the University must inform applicants thereof as well as provide information on the criteria for the distribution of the time when you can apply for admission to training.

(4). After checking the student is subject to the rights and obligations deriving from the rules that apply to students on that education at that University.

(5). The University may provide detailed internal rules on enrolment.

§ 34. The students cannot be enrolled in more than one full-time training at a time, see. However, section 33 (1). 3 and 4.

(2). The University may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

section 35. The University brings to an end, when the student enrolment





1) has implemented an education,

2) is unable to continue training as a result of that the person concerned has exhausted its exam tests or not complied with rules on participation in or passing by first year test at bachelor's program, see. notice of exam at university education (exam notice),

3) is unable to continue training as a result of the rules for the relevant training,

4) arises out of the training, or

5) are permanently expelled from the University, see. University Act section 14, paragraph 6.





(2). Where enrolment is terminated without prejudice. (1). 1, he may not seek admission/enrollment at the same training.

(3). Where enrolment is terminated without prejudice. (1). 2, due to the fact that the person concerned has exhausted its examination a clinical trial, the University allow the person concerned to seek admission/enrollment at the same training on new regulation. However, section 16. Enrolment is terminated without prejudice. (1). 2, due to the fact that the student has not met the rule on participation in or passing by first year examinations, the University can allow the person concerned to seek admission to the new regulation. However, section 16. Permission is granted,





1) where the University on the basis of a specific academic assessment estimates that his opportunities to implement training is significantly improved, or

2) where training content is substantially changed.





(4). Where enrolment is terminated without prejudice. (1). 3, he may seek admission/enrolment on the new regulation. However, section 16.

(5). Where enrolment is terminated without prejudice. (1). 4, he may seek admission/enrolment on the new regulation. However, (1). 1-3, and section 16. Recording can take place no sooner than 5 months after enrolment is brought to an end.

(6). Where the person concerned admitted/enrolled on the new regulation. paragraph 3-5 and § 42, successful tests are not taken on unless they are outdated as a result of policies for training. Which exam attempts are exhausted, the University can give the student permission to new exam tests in accordance with the rules for that training.

§ 36. Students who have been announced in a semester, parts of a semester or equivalent, see. section 32 (5), not in the same semester or equivalent participate in examinations or tests in the field of education.

section 37. The University may lay down rules to the effect that the termination of enrolment for students who have not been Studio active in a continuous period of at least 2 years. The rules specify what is meant by student activity for training.

(2). Rules about the tests, which the students according to the examinations order must have passed before the end of the second year of study, applies independent of rules laid down pursuant to paragraph 1.

(3). The University's rules state that the University, if there are exceptional circumstances, may exempt from Studio activity requirement.

Chapter 5

Special guide

section 38. A student who is more than 6 months late on the programme in relation to the set study time, see. However, paragraph 3 and paragraph 4 shall be entitled to from the University to receive specific guidance that will support the student's ability to carry out the training, including the defection and re-runs in education is minimised. Specific guidelines can be organised with individual or collective conversations, with the preparation of training plans and with the inclusion of presenter courses, information meetings, open house events, etc., see. (5).

(2). If a student is more than 12 months late at training compared to the standard study time, see. However, paragraph 3 and paragraph 4, make representations to the University student and offer specific guidance in the form of an individual conversation. The interview content and temporal location shall be organised by the University after the individual student's needs, see. (5).

(3). For the purposes of calculating the period for which a student is delayed in relation to the set study time, does not include periods of delay or leave of absence due to maternity and adoption, as well as periods of leave as a result of a call to conscript service, broadcast as part of the military's international operations, prolonged illness, care of Allied, which is disabled, seriously ill or dying or similar conditions.

(4). The right to special instructions include only students who are at risk to discontinue training due to the fact that the person concerned is delayed in relation to the set study time.

(5). The University lays down detailed internal rules governing special instructions, including which students who have the right to receive instructions.

Chapter 6

Leave of absence

§ 39. Students can get a leave of absence from a training in accordance with the rules laid down by the University.

(2). Students can in the leave period should not attend classes within the concerned education. The student cannot participate in examinations or tests within the degree programme in the semester or equivalent, where the student has or has had leave of absence.

(3). Students can in the leave period should not let themselves choose to or be a member of the University's Board of Trustees, Board of studies or the Academic Council.

§ 40. Leave may not be notified until the student has completed the first year of study at the bachelor's or first half-year of study at the master's degree and have passed the tests in accordance with the curriculum is located on the first year of study and first half-year of study, respectively, of the basic regulation. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.


(2). Applied for leave must be granted, if it is warranted on the grounds of maternity, adoption or call to conscript service.

(3). Students who, by contract with the Defense makes himself available for United Nations service, etc., follow the rules in section 5 of the law amending the law on the armed forces ' personnel, law on the home guard, law on the State support of education and the law on military service leave etc.

(4). The University may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

Chapter 7

Study breaks, and migration

§ 41. Switch to the new bachelor's or master's degree at the same University or at another University can only be done through new recording in accordance with the rules on access and inclusion in this Ordinance except in the cases referred to in paragraph 2.

(2). If the applicant has passed the Studio elements ækvivalerer the first year of the training which the applicant wishes to switch to, applicants must not apply for admission, but apply for enrolment. Checking assumes that there are available seats on that Studio steps on training. Checking is done, incidentally, in the context of this notice, in accordance with the University's rules. The University may use the random draw if there are more applicants than there are available places.

§ 42. Migrating to the same bachelor's degree at another University can be communicated at the earliest, when the student has passed the tests in accordance with the curriculum is located on the first year of study. Migration assumes that there is space at the study stage. Migration is done in addition after the receiving University rules. The University may use the random draw if there are more applicants than there are available places.

(2). Migrating to the same graduate program at another University, assumes that there is space at the study stage. Migration is done in addition after the receiving University rules. The University may use the random draw if there are more applicants than there are available places.

(3). The University may grant a derogation from the requirement referred to in paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

Chapter 8

Other provisions

section 43. Grades and grade point average under section 3, paragraph 3, article 4, paragraph 1, and article 10, paragraph 2, are listed after the 7-step-scale, see. rules about scoring in the secondary education.

(2). When examining average from the qualifying training, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 1-4 and 6, shall be used as the selection criterion, or forms part of the access requirement, used 7-step-scale.

(3). Conversion of the average from the 13-point scale to 7-step-scale comes after conversion tables that are published on the Ministry entrance portal on the internet at www.optagelse.dk.

(4). Conversion in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 for applicants with foreign upper secondary educations, see. section 2, paragraph 2, no. 5, 7 and 8, happens when the results can be converted to a 7-point scale, according to the conversion tables that are published on the Ministry entrance portal on the internet at www.optagelse.dk.

(5). Possible adjustment of exam average, see. section 19 and section 20, shall be carried out after the conversion to the 7-step-scale.

§ 44. University and property agency could allow the University to waive the notice as part of the trials. At the same time lays down the duration of the experiment and the reporting form.

(2). University and property agency may exempt from the Ordinance, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, except in the cases where the University can dispensers, see. section 6, paragraph 2, § 7, § 8, paragraph 2, article 16, paragraph 2, article 18, paragraph 3, section 23, paragraph 6, section 24, paragraph 5, § 27, paragraph 5, article 34, paragraph 2, article 37, paragraph 3, article 40, paragraph 4, and section 42 (3).

§ 45. The University's decisions under this Ordinance may be brought before the University and property agency of the decision relates (the complainant), when the complaint relates to legal questions. The closing date for the submission of the complaint is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.

(2). The complaint shall be submitted to the University, which shall deliver its opinion. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the University's opinion within a time limit of at least 1 week. The University will send the complaint to the Agency attached to the opinion and the complainant's comments.

Chapter 9

Entry into force, etc.

§ 46. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. February 2008, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). section 19 has effect only for the inclusion in 2008.

(3). section 20 has effect from recording in 2009.

(4). Quota 1b, see. section 21 may be used only for applicants with a qualifying education carried out in 2008 or later.

(5). The University's special guidance service, see. § 38, have effect from 1. September 2008. Students who are covered by section 38, paragraph 2, have the right to a personal interview from 1. February 2008, if the students themselves address the University.

§ 47. Executive Order No. 362 of 20. May 2005 on access, etc. at the bachelor's and master's degrees at the universities (access the notice) is repealed.
Ministry of science, Technology and Development, on the 29th. January 2008 Helge Sander/Gertie Lund Annex 1









Specific entry requirements of each bachelor programmes from 2008:





 





Education is located within one of the following areas: Humanities, theology, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences or engineering.





 



 





1. Humanities





 



 





Education must be subdivided into 1.1. Humanities Bachelors degree programs and 1.2. Business language bachelor programmes.





 











1.1. Humanities bachelor programmes region-specific admission requirements All Humanities bachelor programmes are required:



 











Danish (A)













English B













History of the history of ideas or (B) or (B) contemporary history B













An additional language at A-level, however, the only B-level, in the case of a continuing language, unless it be fulfilled via the education specific admission requirements





 

 





No requirement of Danish (A) English-taught programmes











 





The individual humanist bachelor programmes of education specific entry requirements At the individual humanist bachelor programmes, including core subjects/options/kombinationsfag, required: English

English language and international studies





English (A) French

French language, literature and culture





French beginner's level A/B German language continues

German language, literature and culture





German beginner's level A/B Spanish language continues

Spanish and Spanish American language, literature and culture

Spanish language and international studies





Spanish (A) native American languages and cultures of Spanish History History (A), (B) or social studies (B) in combination with either History or history of ideas (B) or (B) contemporary history B Experience technology (English language)





Mathematics B







Audiology

Audiologopedics

Balkan Studies

Brazilian studies Is only covered by the region-specific admission requirements for Humanities Bachelors degree programs.







Bulgarian to Danish, Danish/Nordic, Nordic language and literature Design and cultural economics

Digital design – information technology, aesthetics and interaction


Dramaturgy Eskimology Ethnography European Ethnology Film and media studies, Philosophy, Philosophy and theory of science Finnish prehistoric archaeology of Greece studies Hebrew Humanistic Informatics Humanistic basic studies (Roskilde Universitetscente r) Humanities International basic studies (Roskilde University) (English language) of the history of ideas Indologi, Indian Philology Indo-european Indonesian/Sydøstasienstudier Information Science Journalism (Roskilde University) Korea studies culture and encounters art history



 





Lingvistik



 





Litteraturvidenskab, Litteraturhistorie



 





Logopædi



 





Kommunikation



 





Medievidenskab



 





Middelalder- og renæssancearkæologi



 





Nederlandsk



 





Nærorientalsk



 





Performance-design



 





Persisk



 





Polsk



 





Portuguese Education pedagogy and educational studies, Educational Audiology Religion, religion Rhetoric Serbo-croatian/East European studies



 





South Asian studies



 





Theatre science Thai/Sydøstasienstudier Tibetology Czech/East European studies



 





Tyrkisk



 





Ungarsk



 





Æstetik og kultur



 





Arabic Arabic A1) Greek-classic

Greek-Roman language and culture

Classical Archaeology

Classical Philology

Latin Greek A1) and Latin A1) Italian

Italian language, literature and culture





Italiensk A1)







Japanstudier





Japansk A1)







Kinastudier





Kinesisk A1)







Oldtidskundskab





Græsk A1)







Russisk

Russian/East European Studies





Russian A1) Journalism (University of southern Denmark) passed the entrance examination, held by the University of music, musicology

Music therapy Passed an audition held by University 1) Levels can also be achieved by propædeutisk teaching in association with bache lor education, and region-specific admission requirements for additional languages can be replaced by this teaching.











 

 





1.2. Business language bachelor programmes





Region-specific admission requirements







All business language bachelor programmes are required:



 











Danish (A)













English B













History of B or Bachelor in social studies (B) or (B) or contemporary history B













An additional language at A-level, however, the only B-level, in the case of a continuing language, unless it be fulfilled via the education specific admission requirements





 

 





No requirement of Danish (A) English-taught programmes











 





The individual business language bachelor programmes of education specific entry requirements At the individual business language training, including core subjects lor bache/options/kombinationsfag, required:













Business languages English

Information management (English language)

Marketing and management Communication (English language) English A business language French French beginner's level A/B business language German language German continues beginner's level A/B business language Spanish language Spanish is continuing A business language Arabic Arabic A1) business language Danish Is only covered by the region-specific entry requirements for business language bachelor programmes.








1) Levels can also be achieved by propædeutisk teaching related to the bachelor's degree programme, and the region-specific admission requirements for additional languages can be replaced by this teaching.











 

 



 

 





2. Theology



 



 

 





Bachelor's degree Education specific entry requirements (A), the history of A Danish Theology, English B, Greek A2), Latin A2), and an additional language at A-level, however, the only B-level, in the case of a continuing language.









2) Levels can also be achieved by propædeutisk teaching in association with bache lor education and the requirement of an additional language may be replaced by either Greek or Latin (A) (A).











 

 



 

 





3. Social Sciences



 



 

 





Education must be subdivided into 3.1. Social science bachelor programmes and 3.2. Business Administration bachelor's degree programs.





 

 





3.1. Social Science Area specific admission requirements bachelor programmes All social science courses are required: bac he lor



 











Danish (A)













English B













History of B or Bachelor in social studies (B) or (B) or contemporary history B





 

 





No requirement of Danish (A) English-taught programmes











 





The individual social sciences bachelor programmes of education specific entry requirements By individual social sciences bachelor programmes, including core subjects/options/kombinationsfag, required:













Economics Mathematics A Administration/social studies

European Studies (English) Mathematics B Management international development studies public administration social science Social Science Psychology Sociology political science/social science social science based studies

(Roskilde University)



 





Social Sciences international basic studies

(Roskilde University) (English language)



 





Health promotion and health strategies business studies environmental planning Anthropology

Fundamentals

Global studies (English language)

Jura





Is only covered by the region-specific admission requirements for social science bachelor programmes.





 





3.2. Business Administration bachelor programmes region-specific admission requirements All business administration bachelor programmes are required:



 











Danish (A)













English B













History of B or B or International Economics Bachelor in social studies (B) or (B) or contemporary history B













Mathematics B





 

 





No requirement of Danish (A) English-taught programmes











 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 





The individual business administration bachelor programmes of education specific entry requirements At the individual business administration bachelor programmes, including core subjects/options/kombinationsfag, required:













Business Administration and Service Management (English language)

International Business (English language)

International Business and Politics (English language) English A business economics-mathematics

Business administration-computer science

Business administration-information technology Mathematics A Business Language and Culture (BLC) (English language) English A, and depending on the selected 2. foreign languages: French language, (A) begin/continue language B, German beginner's level A/B or Spanish language continues (A) business administration-business language (BLC) depending on the selected 2. foreign languages: French language, (A) begin/continue language B, German beginner's level A/B or Spanish language continues (A) Asian Studies Programme (English language) English A, and depending on the selected language: Japanese A3) or Chinese A3) in business administration with professional language (HA-1 foreign language) depending on the chosen foreign language: French beginner's level A/B language continues, German beginner's level A/B or Spanish language continues (A) business administration-business language (and CULTURE) depending on the foreign language (s) chosen : Arabic A3), French language (A) begin/continue language B, German beginner's level A/B or Spanish language continues (A) business administration-business language (and CULTURE) in Chinese (English language) Chinese A3) Business Administration (English language)

Business Administration, General

Business Administration-business law

Business Administration-business law tax

Business Economics-philosophy

Business Administration and psychology

Business Administration-business communication Is only covered by the region-specific entry requirements for business economics bachelor programmes.








3) Levels can also be achieved by propædeutisk teaching in association with bache lor education.











 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 





4. Natural Sciences



 



 

 





Science Area specific admission requirements bachelor programmes All science undergraduate courses is required:



 











Danish (A)














English B





 

 





No requirement of Danish (A) English-taught programmes











 





Each science bachelor programmes of education specific entry requirements of each science bachelor programmes, including core subjects/options/kombinationsfag, required:













Physical sciences (Astronomy, Biophysics, Physics, Physics with nanotechnology, Geophysics, Meteorology)

Chemical Sciences (Biochemistry, Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, environmental chemistry), Mathematics A, Physics and Chemistry (A) (B) or

Mathematics A, Physics B and Chemistry A Bioinformatics

Biology-biotechnology Mathematics A, Physics B, chemistry B Biological Sciences (Biology, medical biology, environmental biology, Molecular Biology, molecular medicine) Biomedical pharmaceutical chemistry

Food Science Geographical subjects (Geography, Geography, Geology, Geology & geoinformatik-geoscience) ICT and health



 





Agriculture, food and environment



 





Pharmaceutical science medicine with industrial specialization Molecular biomedicine Nanobioscience Nanotechnology natural resources science (University of southern Denmark) Nature scientific based studies (Roskilde University) Faculty of international basic studies (Roskilde University) (English language) Veterinærmed icin landscape architecture

Product and design psychology Mathematics A, Physics B and Chemistry (C) computer science

IT

Mathematical Sciences (mathematics/Actuarial Insurance, Jordbrugsøkonomi, Mathematics, Mathematics-Economics, statistics, Mathematics and Statistics)

Software development, Mathematics (A) Sport

Sport and health

Technical Audiology Maths B and Physics B

By Sport (Aarhus University and Aalborg University) also passed the entrance examination, which shall be borne by the University.







Informatics

Information technology

Medialogi





Matematik B





 

 



 

 





5. Health Science



 



 

 





Health Sciences undergraduate education region-specific admission requirements All health sciences undergraduate courses is required:



 











Danish (A)













English B













Mathematics (A)













Physics (B)













Chemistry B











 





The individual health sciences bachelor's degree programmes Education specific entry requirements At the individual health sciences bachelor's degree programs, including core subjects/options/kombinationsfag, required:













Pharmaceutical Biology (C) public health science

Clinical Biomechanics

Medical science

Odontology Is only covered by the region-specific admission requirements for the health sciences bachelor's degree programs.





 

 



 

 





6. Technical Sciences



 



 

 





Technical-scientific bachelor programmes region-specific admission requirements All technical-scientific bachelor programmes are required:



 











Danish (A)













English B













Mathematics (A)





 

 





No requirement of Danish (A) English-taught programmes











 





The individual technical-scientific bachelor programmes of education specific entry requirements At the individual technical-scientific bachelor programmes, including core subjects/options/kombinationsfag, required:













Physics and technology

Physics and nanotechnology, Physics and Chemistry (A) (B) biotechnology, Physics and Chemistry (B) (B) Geotechnology Chemistry, environment and biotechnology Chemistry and technology

Environmental technology

Nanotechnology

Health and production Architecture and design Physics and Chemistry (B) (C) building and construction building technology Design and innovation and information technology electrical engineering Electronics Energy



 





Internet technologies and computer systems



 





IT and communication technology Machinery and production



 






Mathematics and technology medicine and technology Mechatronics (English language) Mechatronics Plan and environmental Product Development and Innovation (English language) production and construction Robotics



 





Software technology Health Technology Engineering in addition, Innovation and Business (English language) Physics B humanistic-technological base studies (Roskilde University)





Mathematics B for Mathematics A instead.







Technical-social science planning Mathematics B instead of Mathematics a. Physics B, Chemistry (C).







Global business systems

Chartered surveyor

Software Is only covered by the region-specific admission requirements for technical-scientific bachelor programmes.