Ordinance On The Admission Course And Entrance Exam For Engineering Education

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om adgangskursus og adgangseksamen til ingeniøruddannelserne

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Purpose and structure, etc.

Chapter 2 Access, etc.

Chapter 3 Organisation, content, etc.

Chapter 4 Exam

Chapter 5 curriculum

Chapter 6 Other rules

Chapter 7 entry into force of The full text of the Ordinance on the admission course and admission exam for engineering education

Under section 6, paragraph 1, of the law on Establishments of higher education and other independent institutions of higher education, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 228 of 17. March 2006, and section 48 (2) of law No. 562 of 6. June 2007 on university colleges of higher education, shall be based on:

Chapter 1

Purpose and structure, etc.

§ 1. Access course for engineering education aims to qualify students without entrance examination, see. Ordinance on access, enrolment and leave, etc., by higher education, for recording on engineering education, see. However, § 3, paragraph 2.

§ 2. Access course may be offered by institutions of the Ministry of education is authorized to provide engineering education.

§ 3. Access course is a full-time training, after the institution's decision may be offered as a 1-year course or as a 1 ½-year education. Access course leading to the entrance examination.

(2). The institution may offer single subject from the admission course to individuals with qualifying exam on condition that the person concerned is conditional recorded on an engineering degree.

§ 4. The institution determines how many students it will record, unless the Ministry of education shall establish an annual minimum or maximum figures for recording capacity.

(2). Offer of admission course must be advertised publicly.

Chapter 2

Access, etc.

§ 5. Access to the access course is subject to the condition that the applicant has carried out public school graduation tests (written and oral part) in Danish and English, as well as 10. class tests in mathematics (written and oral part) and physics/chemistry with a grade of at least 02 in each sample or equivalent tests at the same or higher level and have at least 2 years of relevant work experience.

(2). The institution may, on the basis of an individual assessment provide access to access course for applicants who do not meet the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, but as on other basis deemed to have the necessary conditions in order to be able to implement the access course.

(3). The institution shall decide on the admission of the individual applicant.

(4). Institutions lays down common rules for admission, including time limits, as well as criteria for inclusion, where not all applicants can be admitted.

Chapter 3

The organisation, content, etc.

§ 6. Access course includes the following subjects at a level equivalent to upper secondary level:

1) compulsory subjects: Mathematics A, Physics B, chemistry (C), Danish (A) English (C).

2) Electives: history of ideas or philosophy C, chemistry B, English A, English B, German B, German, French, Spanish (B) (C) (C).

(2). The institution shall adopt the provision of optional subjects according to paragraph 1. Each institution may, with the approval of the Ministry of education to offer other secondary school courses as electives, including other levels of secondary school subjects.

(3). The teaching of elective courses for each student must be at least 10% and not more than 20 per cent of the total teaching time.

(4). IT is to be involved in teaching.

(5). Parts of the training can be organised as project work.

Chapter 4


§ 7. All subjects completed with sample, see. However, paragraph 2. In mathematics held 1 oral and two written tests. In Danish and English at A-level are held 1 oral and written examination 1. In physics and chemistry are held 1 written or oral examination in each subject in accordance with the rules laid down by the institutions. In the history of ideas, philosophy and study languages, apart from English at A-level, held 1 oral examination in each subject.

(2). A student who participates in the test in an elective course on B-or A-level, shall not participate in the trial on C-or B-level in that discipline.

§ 8. By writing samples in the compulsory subjects applied tasks, prepared by a task Committee shall be set up jointly by the institutions providing the access course.

(2). For each sample is given one character according to the 7-step-scale. In order to pass the entrance examination required an average of the test characters that are included in the admission course, on not less than 2.0. The requirement for an average of at least 2.0 cannot be met by rounding up.

(3). A student has the right to be issued with proof of a discipline that is included in the entrance examination, if the person concerned by the sample or as an average of the samples taken in the subject at that level, has achieved a grade of at least 02. The requirement for an average of at least 2.0 cannot be met by rounding up.

(4). By oral tests involved faglæreren and 1 examiner, who is appointed by the Ministry of education. Each task response by means of written tests shall be of faglæreren and 1 examiner, who is appointed by the Ministry of education, or of 2 censors appointed by the Ministry of education.

(5). One oral examination may be replaced by an oral evaluation of a project work that is completed with a writing project.

§ 9. For exam applies:

1) notice of tests and examinations in vocational education (exam notice) with the derogations resulting from that access course is not a higher education. Derogations are talking about procedures for appointment of examiners requirements for customer choice, to censor Presidency as well as censors and censor the composition and tasks of the Presidency.

2) notice on the grading scale and the other judgement.

Chapter 5

Study scheme

§ 10. The institutions shall establish jointly a common curriculum for the 1-year-olds and the 1 ½-year-old admission course. The curriculum, including changes to the curriculum, must be approved by the Ministry of education.

(2). The curriculum contains the rules which the institutions under this Ordinance shall determine whether:

1) recording, see. § 5, paragraph 4.

2) each compulsory subjects and electives:

(a)) Goals.

(b)) Content.

c) Scale, converted into tutorials à 45 minutes.

d) organisation of the teaching in the various subjects, including the inclusion of ICT in education.

e) each institution offering of electives.

f) Samples and sample forms, see. § 7 and § 8.

g) transitional arrangements referred to in article 6. section 11, paragraph 3, and article 17, paragraphs 3 and 4.

(3). In addition to the rules laid down pursuant to this Ordinance contains rules established in accordance with the curriculum examinations.

(4). The curriculum indicate that the institution when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, which alone is provided by the institution.

§ 11. In the preparation of curricula and significant amendments thereto shall seek the opinion of the censor, the Presidency's institutions.

(2). Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall enter into force upon a studieårs start.

(3). Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall contain the necessary transitional arrangements.

(4). Applicable curricula must be publicly available on the institutions ' websites.

Chapter 6

Other rules

§ 12. Successful tests in accordance with this Ordinance gives the right to merit after Merit notice.

§ 13. Participation in education is free of charge, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The students obtain even training tools.

§ 14. The Ministry may permit derogation of this Ordinance as part of the trials. At the same time lays down the duration of the experiment and the reporting form.

§ 15. The Ministry of education decides to dispense with this Ordinance, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, except in the cases referred to in § 5 (2).

§ 16. The institution's decisions under this Ordinance may be brought before the Ministry of education, when the complaint relates to legal questions. The complaint shall be submitted to the institution, which shall deliver its opinion that the complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment within a period of not less than 1 week. The institution shall forward the complaint to the Ministry attached to the opinion and the complainant's any comment here.

(2). The deadline for filing a complaint in accordance with paragraph 1 is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.

Chapter 7

Date of entry into force of

§ 17. The notice shall enter into force on 16 September. December 2008.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 367 of 22. May 2008 about the admission course and admission exam for engineering education.
The Ministry of education, the 11. December 2008 P.M.V. Torben Kornbech Rasmussen head/Liselotte N.