Announcement Of Law On Open Education (Vocational Adult Education), Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om åben uddannelse (erhvervsrettet voksenuddannelse) m.v.

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Announcement of law on open education (vocational adult education), etc.

Hereby promulgated the Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 939 of 22. September 2008, with the changes imposed by section 5 of law No. 1173 out of 10. December 2008, section 7 of the Act No. 478 of 12. June 2009 and § 6 of the law No. 590 of 26. June 2009.

Purpose

§ 1. The Act's purpose is to promote a wide range of vocational training to the adult population.

(2). There must be taken into account in organizing adult practical opportunities to combine training and attachment to the labour market, either by

1) organisation on part-time workers, including employees, who receive State education aid (SVU) or reimbursement arising from participation in vocational adult and continuing education, or by

2) organisation of full-time workers, including employees, who receive State education aid (SVU) or reimbursement arising from participation in vocational adult and continuing education.

(3). Training activities must be within the Ministry area.

Area and organisation

§ 2. Open education is vocational

1) part-time education,

2) full-time courses organized on a part-time basis,

3) single subjects,

4) discipline-specific courses,

5) short courses and

6) specially planned training session.

(2). Complementary training activities in order to meet the entry requirements for the courses, which are provided for entry requirements, and individual competence assessment may be offered according to the rules laid down in this law. The Minister may lay down rules to that effect.

(3). Training in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 1 and 2, have to be organised on a part-time basis in such a way that education can be followed by people with full-time work, see. However, paragraph 7. Participants have the right to be able to implement training as a single subject. There must be taken into account in organizing adult conditions. If there are seats available on a full-time training, educational institution, however, register participants in defined parts of the training in accordance with the rules of open education.

(4). A single subject is a delimited part of a professional training, to which is attached a test, exam or self assessment in General. The supply of single-subject courses must be organized according to the rules laid down in paragraph 3 of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 7.

(5). Discipline-specific kurserefter (1). 4, training course of 1-4 weeks converted to full-time, as an educational institution shall determine, on the basis of the higher qualifying full-time or part-time courses, as the institution is authorized to operate, and which it receives reimbursement for. Rates must be based on the elements contained in these courses.

(6). Short courses in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 5, are concentrated courses of 1-8 weeks converted to full-time, as an educational institution shall determine freely after local needs within the framework established by the Minister of education, see. (9). In special cases, the Minister may determine, to short courses may have a duration of 3-5 days converted to full-time.

(7). Educational institutions can put together educational activities in accordance with paragraph 1, including in combinations that are offered in full-time or part-time in specially planned training sessions of up to one year converted to full-time. Part-time degree programmes in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 1, may also be offered on full-time within this time frame. In the specialised training courses may short courses in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 5, general adult education and other training included with up to 1/3 of the total educational courses.

(8). Open training can be organised as distance learning. However, this does not apply to short courses in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 5, unless the Minister determines otherwise.

(9). The Minister shall lay down detailed rules concerning the individual part-time degree programmes in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 1, of the discipline-specific courses in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 4, and on the short courses in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 5, including about entry requirements and supply, see. section 3, paragraph 4.

Paragraph 10. The Minister may lay down rules on specially planned training sessions, including the separate approval of training courses in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 6.

Paragraph 11. The Minister may waive the rules for full-time courses, including admission requirements, when they are offered as open education, see. (1). 2 and 3.

Paragraph 12. The Minister shall lay down rules on how educational activities in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 1-3 shall be measured in accordance with a credit system.

Supply, etc.

§ 3. An educational institution offering of open education may include all the degrees to which it is authorized to offer as full-time education and single subject from these courses. The Minister may, however, impose limitations in an educational institution-negotiated 1. point the Minister may authorise an educational institution within the Ministry of territory can provide other courses as open education than those referred to in 1. articles relating to such approval of a higher education, the provisions of Chapter 4 of the Act on vocational college education and University bacheloruddannelser and Chapter 3 (a) of the Act on vocational basic education and higher education (further education system) for adults by analogy.

(2). The Minister approves, which educational institutions within the Ministry area that can offer part-time courses and single subject from here.

(3). An educational institution within the Ministry of territory can provide discipline-specific courses under section 2 (1) (8). 4, see. section 2, paragraph 5, if it is authorized to offer one or more courses in accordance with the Act on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser or law on vocational education and higher education (further education system) for adults. The Minister may, however, impose restrictions on the institution's access to tenders after 1. PT.

(4). Educational institutions under the Education Ministry, which is approved to provide vocational training, can provide short courses under section 2 (1) (8). 5, unless the Minister determines otherwise. The Minister may provide for other educational institutions can offer short courses.

(5). The Minister may determine that the individual educational institution cannot provide an educational activity in accordance with this law, if there is no need for the educational activity carried out by the institution, or if the institution does not comply with rules on educational activity or injunction to implement concrete measures for the creation of sound education or educational circumstances. Approvals in accordance with paragraph 2, may be revoked in the same case.

(6). Open education can not be reserved for certain undertakings or similar, see. However, section 4 on revenue generating activities. In cases where the Minister has determined that the short courses may have a duration of 3-5 days, see. section 2, paragraph 6, 2. paragraph, the Minister may determine, to short courses under section 2 (1) (8). 5, can be reserved for students from each institution, etc.

(7). Educational institutions shall determine the number of training places at open education, see. However, paragraph 9. The Minister may determine the number of students admitted for each part-time education pursuant to section 2 (1) (8). 1, or for individual training and education activities referred to in article 6, paragraph 2.

(8). Provision of open education must be advertised publicly. The Minister may impose educational institutions to use a common information system at the announcement of the provision of open education.

(9). The Minister may impose educational institutions under the Ministry of education, the provision of open education.

Paragraph 10. Provision of individual competence assessment follows the supply of education and training. The Minister may lay down rules on the range.

section 3 (a). The Minister may lay down detailed rules on the placing on the market of training under this law shall be made in accordance with the Act's purpose.

§ 4. Educational institutions can offer revenue-generating activities such as open education without subsidies after this law for businesses or similar. Training activity can be organised in agreement with the companies in question.

(2). Foreign students on higher education can only be included in the calculation under section 6, paragraphs 5 and 7 of the basic regulation. section 6, paragraph 1, and 10, if the

1) has been granted permanent residence permit or temporary residence permit with possibility of permanent stay in Denmark,

2) has been granted a residence permit in accordance with the Aliens Act section 9 c, paragraph 1, which included kid of a foreigner, which is a national of a country which is not connected to The European Union or covered by the EEA Agreement, on the other hand, is granted a residence permit in accordance with the Aliens Act, section 9 (a) of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 3.

3) is exchanged with Danish students after agreement between the institution and the institution abroad or

4) under EU law, including the functioning of the EEA Agreement, or international agreements to which Denmark has concluded, are entitled to equality with Danish nationals.

(3). A foreign student is covered by paragraph 2, nr. 2, regardless of that parent's residence permit for Aliens Act section 9 (a) is valid for the time of the student's admission to training.


(4). The institution's provision of higher education to other foreign students than those referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3, as income generating activities.

(5). Educational institutions may, in accordance with the rules on income generating activities freely provide continuing education and training, which are not covered by this law or other laws.

Even students

§ 5. Anyone can submit samples and students who participate in the second assessment, included in the offered open education, without having participated in the teaching of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 3, unless the Minister determines otherwise. Educational institutions can accept that even students shall submit samples and participate in other rating included in other programmes under the Ministry of education.

(2). Tests and other assessment can be organised separately for even students. Samples, etc. shall be reported by the educational institutions providing education and training.

(3). While students may not know to use capacity to carry out tests in accordance with paragraph 1 obtain several diplomas attempts than the number resulting from the rules for the individual training.

Grants, etc.

§ 6. The State subsidizes the partial coverage of educational expenditure incl. samples and other bedømmelseog expenses for the administration, management and operation by building open education and supplementary education activities under section 2, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. However, paragraphs 2, 8 and 9 and § 4 on revenue generating activities. The State subsidizes after 1. paragraph to cover part of the costs of individual competence assessment in the context of higher education when education is truncated by a minimum of 15 per cent and by the issue of the diploma.

(2). The State provides subsidies to cover the expenditure referred to in paragraph 1, without prejudice to article. However, § 8, paragraph 3, by the following education and training activities:

1) labour market training for law on labour market training, etc., except for Training the school's labour market training (TAMU).

2) single-subject courses at vocational education and training in accordance with this law.

3) Part-time education after this law at the level of vocational training and single subject from here.

4) single-subject courses at training after this law. chiropodist

5) Part-time education by social and healthcare educations after this law and single subject from here.

(3). The State subsidizes coverage of individual competence assessment in connection with training and educational activities in accordance with paragraph 2, and in the context of basic education for adults in accordance with the law on vocational education and higher education (further education system) for adults.

(4). The Minister may lay down special rules on reimbursement for labour education and single subject courses, which are included in a common competence description for the Act on labour market training, etc., with small pupil approach.

(5). The subsidy is determined on the basis of the number of yearly students or year students and by a tariff per årselev or year students, to be determined in the annual finance acts for groups of education and training activities. The Minister shall decide on the location of the individual education and training activities in groups.

(6). It can in the annual finance acts provide that part-time education and single subject from here under section 2 (1) (8). 1 and 3, are offered without subsidies after this law or as income-generating activities. Short courses under section 2 (1) (8). 5, offered as a revenue generating activities unless otherwise provided in the annual finance acts.

(7). The Minister may lay down detailed rules on the grant and on the estimation of the number of yearly students or year students, including criteria for the statement.

(8). The Minister may, in respect of the individual educational institutions set a ceiling for how much of a subsidy may be granted to all or groups of training and education activities referred to in paragraph 2.

(9). The Minister may, in addition to the individual educational institutions set a ceiling for how much a subsidy can be provided to specific courses or training activities referred to in paragraph 2 or otherwise covered by section 2, paragraphs 1 and 2.

Paragraph 10. The Minister shall lay down rules for grants to cover part of the costs of graduation projects by means of a flexible pathways, as well as guidance and preparation of training plans under section 17 of the basic regulation. Article 25, paragraph 2, of the law on vocational education and higher education (further education system) for adults.

Paragraph 11. The Minister may make grants to specific labour market education and single subject courses, which are included in a common competence description for the Act on labour market training, etc., of that educational institutions brings the performance of specific parts of the training or educational activity of the call for tender. The Minister may, in accordance with the opinion of the Council on vocational adult and continuing education lay down detailed rules on the in 1. paragraph mentioned scheme, including on demand and challenge. The rules could give the Committee pursuant to section 12 the powers in relation to conflicts between educational institutions and private promoters of supply and challenge and may determine that, in addition to those referred to in article 12, paragraph 2, referred to members of one or more qualified members participating in the decision on these matters.

§ 6 a. To institutions that are authorised under the Act on vocational academies of higher education, the law on institutions of vocational education and the law on the University colleges of higher education, granted under section 6 (1) and (2) not to cover expenses for payment of fees pursuant to the VAT law.

(2). The Minister compensates the institutions for expenses for payment of fees pursuant to the VAT law, which after the VAT law cannot be deducted on a company's inventory of tax liability (not fradragsberettiget purchase VAT), and as institutions incurred by the purchase of goods and services, for which a grant under section 6, paragraphs 1 and 2.

(3). The Minister shall lay down detailed rules concerning the compensation referred to in paragraph 2 and may decide, including the establishment of a a conto-scheme for VAT compensation to institutions.

§ 7. The Minister may make grants and on conditions determined after negotiation with the Minister of finance loans and State guarantees for the establishment of loan for the implementation of the experimental and development work and for the purchase of equipment and educational material in connection therewith.

(2). The Minister may lay down detailed rules on the allocation of grants in accordance with paragraph 1.

Tuition fee

§ 8. The educational institution charge for participation in education Inc. tests and other assessment, see. However, paragraph 3. The payment includes the number of exam attempt, there is opportunity in accordance with the rules of the institution in terms of individual training, unless expressly stipulated that the payment covers only a lower number, however, at least two attempts. Educational institutions charge for individual competence assessment with the exception of reviews under section 6, paragraph 3, and with the exception of assessments in accordance with the law on vocational education and higher education (further education system) for adults, as regards persons with education and with vocational training level, participating in the individual competence assessment in the context of higher education.

(2). The educational institution must prepare a calculation basis for use in determining the participant payment. The Minister may lay down rules for the preparation of the basis of calculation. The Minister of education may obtain information on the calculation basis.

(3). The Minister may, on behalf of the individual, groups or all courses and training activities mentioned in section 6, paragraph 2, decide to only grant to cover part of the costs of education and training activities, as well as the collection of payment for it.

(4). The Minister may lay down detailed rules concerning the participant payment, including the amount of participant payment.

section 8 (a). The Minister shall determine, after consultation with the Council for adult and continuing education rules on tuition fee for participation in labour market programmes and single-subject courses from vocational training included in a common jurisdiction description and defines a standard price. Tuition fee consists of the standard price and can further be attributed to an amount in accordance with paragraph 2. The Minister may lay down rules to the effect that the individual or groups of education be exempt from tuition fee or any part thereof.

(2). The educational institution can determine the tuition fee in accordance with paragraph 1 attach an amount as payment for a particular organisation and management fee form by participating in one of the courses or one of the single subjects, referred to in paragraph 1. The applied amount may not exceed a ceiling, as the Minister determines. In the announcement of the availability of an education or a single subject with tuition fee, which includes a supplement to the institution specify what the appendix covers.

(3). The Minister may limit an institution's provision of education and single subject with special organizational and management fee forms and with tuition fee in accordance with paragraph 2, in order to ensure that the need for the provision of labour market training and single subject recorded in a common competence description without specific organizational and management fee forms can be covered.


§ 9. The educational institution will charge with the students themselves to cover the costs of organising tests or other assessment pursuant to section 5. The Minister may lay down detailed rules on the calculation of the costs.

§ 10. (Repealed).

Payment in addition

section 10 (a). The Board of Directors for an educational institution may decide that the institution through enrollments for all labour market education and single subject recorded in a common competence description must make as conditions that there should be payment in accordance with paragraphs 2 to 6 and the rules laid down in accordance with paragraph 7. Conditions may apply only to employers and independent traders ' registration of participants.

(2). By a registered participant's no-show from early day pays the employer or self-employed person DKK 2,500 for education with an indicative duration of up to and including 37 lessons and 3 500 kr. for courses with an indicative duration of more than 37 lessons.

(3). By a registered participant cancellation later than 1 week before the first day of training, the employer or the self-employed pay 1,500 KR. for education with an indicative duration of up to and including 37 lessons and 2 500 kr. for courses with an indicative duration of more than 37 lessons.

(4). Documenting the employer or self-employed, to no-show or cancellation due to legally exempt from this decay for payment.

(5). If an employer or self-employed replaces a failed to appear or opted out of participating with another participant, employer or the self-employed do not pay for absence or unregistration. The same applies if the training or single subject is cancelled at the request of the institution, unless the institution cancels because of no-shows on the first day of your course.

(6). If an employer pays an additional price for the organisation of a team with fewer participants than the advertised minimum quantity, see. section 10 (b), the employer shall not pay for a no-show or cancellation.

(7). The Minister may lay down rules on the conditions for payment in case of no-show or cancellation.

section 10 (b). The educational institution can deal with an employer that pays an additional price for this, that the institution conducts teaching on a labour market training or a single subject within a common competence description with fewer attendees than the number of participants in the announcement of the availability of the training or single subject is specified as the minimum for implementation. Such an agreement may be concluded earlier than 5 days before the first day of your course. Additional cost may be wholly or partially cover the additional costs incurred by the institution to implement the teaching with fewer participants.

Various provisions

§ 11. Educational institutions must be at the range of educational activities in accordance with this law and in the determination of the conditions of participation and payment to observe the principles of good business practices and not to the satisfaction of the participants establish unfair contract terms.

(2). Educational institutions offering of educational activities in accordance with this act as revenue-generating activities must not inflict other unfair price competition.

(3). Educational institutions may not with grant after this law provide an educational activity that inflicts private promoters new competition. This applies where the private initiativtagers offering of educational activities have so far taken place without competition from training activities funded in whole or in part with public funds.

§ 12. The Minister shall establish a Board for the provision of education in accordance with this law to ensure that section 11 is not misappropriated.

(2). The Board consists of a President, who must be a judge, and 3 members. The Chairman and one Member to represent educational institutions shall be appointed by the Minister of education. The two other members appointed by the Danish employers ' Association and the National Consumer Agency respectively.

(3). The Chairman and members are appointed by the Minister of education for 4 years at a time. There may be appointed deputies for the members.

(4). In the event of a tie the President's vote is decisive.

(5). The Minister shall ensure that the Committee receives the necessary secretariat assistance and expert assistance.

(6). The Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.

§ 13. Questions about violation of section 11 may be brought before the Committee by the Minister or by private individuals, companies and others.

(2). If the Committee finds that section 11 (1) is contravened, the Tribunal may provide the educational institution a warning, impose the educational institution to change the marketing or contract terms or override any input conditions.

(3). If the Committee finds that article 11, paragraph 2, are violated, the Tribunal may provide the educational institution cold cuts on the amended price calculation and accounting. The Board can shut down the prohibition of an educational activity, if the cold cuts are not complied with.

(4). If the Tribunal is substantiated, that section 11, paragraph 3, are violated, lapse it grants. The Minister decides whether the lapse of supplementation has impact grant from the beginning of the year.

(5). Educational institutions are obliged to give the Tribunal the necessary information after the Board's determination.

(6). The Board's decisions cannot be brought before another administrative authority.

§ 14. (Repealed).

§ 15. The Minister may lay down special rules for the Board of open education and educational institutions may derogate from the provisions in other legislation on the governing Ministry area, when the purpose of this law makes this necessary.

§ 16. The Minister may choose not to provide grants for open education, if the Minister considers it to be substantiated, that it would be in violation of the law.

(2). The Minister may, in respect of educational institutions, etc., which do not follow the provisions of this Act or the regulations that the Minister has determined, withhold subsidies or allow subsidies completely may be canceled, possibly require subsidies paid back, see. However, section 13 (2) and (3).

(3). Too much paid grants can be offset in future grant payments.

(4). The provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis for loans and for termination of warranty commitments, see. § 7.

§ 17. The Minister can from private, municipal and non-profit educational institutions providing open education, obtain accounting information, which has been certified by the institution's auditor.

§ 18. An institution's decisions in accordance with this law or in accordance with rules laid down under the Act may be appealed to the Minister of education, see. However, section 13, paragraph 1.

(2). The Minister shall lay down detailed rules concerning access to the complaint in accordance with paragraph 1 and can including provide that decisions should not be brought before the Minister.

Entry into force, etc.

§ 19. The law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette and shall take effect from the 1. January to changing)

(2). The following laws are hereby repealed:

1) Lov nr. 271 of 6. June 1985 on continuing education (vocational courses, etc.).

2) Act on open education (vocational adult education-part-time education and single subject courses), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 682 of 29. July 1992.

(3). Communication planned grants and agreements pursuant to the laws referred to in paragraph 2, shall be carried out in accordance with the existing rules.

(4). Rules laid down on the basis of the laws referred to in paragraph 2 shall remain in force until they are repealed or replaced by rules laid down pursuant to this Act.

§ 20. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.




Act No. 1050 by 23. December 1998 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 2

The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 1999.




Act No. 1122 of 29. December 1999, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 2

The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2000.




Act No. 486 of 31. date of entry into force in May 2000, contains the following provision:



§ 2

The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2001.




Act No. 491af 31. May 2000 contains the following entry into trædelses determine conformity:



§ 6

The law shall enter into force on the 1. September 2000.




Act No. 1326 by 20. December 2000, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 2

The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2001.




Act No. 148 of 25. March 2002, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 6

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. April 2002.

Paragraphs 2 to 6. (Omitted)

(7). The Minister may, in the course of financial year 2002 provide for reduced tariffs for educational activities covered by section 3 of the law on the Board of Directors of the labour market Training Funding, to the extent that the Minister makes the decision that will be charged for the participation in the assets in question.




Act No. 1080 by 17. December 2002 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 11

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2003, see. However, paragraph 4.

Paragraphs 2 to 6. (Omitted)




Act No. 401 of 28. May 2003, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 7

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2003.

Paragraphs 2 to 4. (Omitted)





Act No. 447 10. June 2003, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 7

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2004. § 1, nr. 16, and § 4, no. 1, however, shall enter into force on 1 January. July 2003.

Paragraphs 2 to 4. (Omitted)




Act No. 334 of 18. May 2005, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 8

The law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2006 and applies for foreign students, participants and students, who are admitted in order to commence a training in fall semester 2006 or later.




Act No. 593 of 24. June 2005 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 11

Paragraph. 1. This law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2007.

Paragraphs 2 to 5. (Omitted)




Act No. 556 of 6. June 2007 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 7

Paragraph. 1. This law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2007, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (Omitted)




Act No. 561 of 6. June 2007 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 16

Paragraph. 1. This law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2007, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (Omitted)




Act No. 562 of 6. June 2007 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



section 49

(1). The law will enter into force on 15. June 2007, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). The provisions of §§ 69-79 shall enter into force on the 1. January 2008.

Paragraph 3-5. (Omitted).




Act No. 207 of 31. March 2008 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 39

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. April 2008, see. However, paragraph 2.

Paragraphs 2 to 6. (Omitted)




Act No. 346 of 14. May 2008 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



section 49

(1). The law will enter into force on 15. May 2008.

Paragraph 2-3. (Omitted)




Act No. 545 of 17. June 2008 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 2

The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2008.




Act No. 1173 out of 10. December 2008, if section 5 amended section 8 (a), paragraph 1 1. paragraph, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 6

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2009.

(2). (Omitted).




Act No. 478 of 12. June 2009, if section 7 amended the wording of § 8, paragraph 4, and amended section 8 (a) (1), (3). paragraph, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 8

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2009.

(2). Available with right to 6 wks even chose the date of entry into force of the law in education has begun an education with allowances for participation in vocational adult and continuing education or with State education aid, can complete training with compensation or aid granted under the existing rules.

(3). Available with right to 6 wks even chose the date of entry into force of the law in education that has filed an application for State aid, within the meaning of the adult education. Executive Order No. 643 of 15. June 2007 on State adult education support section 19, paragraph 2, last paragraph, to an SVU-administrator, can participate in the selected training with adult support in accordance with the existing rules.

(4). By statement of whether a person has exercised its right to 6 wks even selected education pursuant to section 26 (a) of the Act on an active employment efforts as amended by this Act, section 1, no. 3, account shall be taken of periods during which the applicant has participated in selected training for unemployed in accordance with the existing rules.




Act No. 590 of 26. June 2009, if § 6 inserted new section 4, paragraph 2, no. 2, and the new section 4, paragraph 3, and amended section 4, paragraph 4, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 8

The law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2009.
The Ministry of education, the 2. October 2009 Bertel Haarder/Jacob Holbæk K Official notes 1) Law is promulgated in the Official Gazette on 1. July 1993.