Ordinance On Access, Enrolment And Leave, Etc. By Certain Higher Education (Ministry Of Education Access Ordinance)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om adgang, indskrivning og orlov mv. ved visse videregående uddannelser (Undervisningsministeriets adgangsbekendtgørelse)

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Area

Chapter 2 entry requirements

Chapter 3 Recording

Chapter 4 quotas

Chapter 5 application procedure, deadlines, etc.

Chapter 6 Checking, etc.

Chapter 7 Leave, etc.

Chapter 8 Study breaks, and migrating to other institution

Chapter 9 Other provisions

Chapter 10 entry into force, etc.

Annex 1

Annex 2 the full text notice on access, enrolment and leave, etc. by certain higher education (Ministry of education access Ordinance)

Pursuant to § 1 and § 2 of the law No. 319 of 16. May 1990 on regulating access in higher education, section 34 (2) and (4) of the law on pharmacy company, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 855 of 4. August 2008, section 22, paragraph 1, and section 30 of Act No. 207 of 31. March 2008 on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser, § 27, § 42, paragraph 1, of the lov nr. 220 of 8. April 2008 on media and journalism, § 1, paragraph 2, and section 38 of the law on institutions of vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 938 by 22. September 2008, § 6 and § 28 of the law on Establishments of higher education and other independent institutions of higher education, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 228 of 17. March 2006, as amended by Act No. 576 of 9. June 2006, section 11, paragraph 1, and section 14 of law No. 315 of 19. April 2006 on education to bachelor as educator, article 15, paragraph 1, of the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1350 of 17. December 2008, and section 8, paragraph 1, and section 13 of the Act No. 579 of 9. June 2006 about education for bachelor as a teacher in elementary school, fixed:

Chapter 1

Area

§ 1. The notice includes the higher education referred to in annex 1.

Chapter 2

Admission requirements

§ 2. Access to higher education, see. section 1 requires that the applicant meets the entry requirements, which are set out in annex 1.

(2). Entry requirements shall be fixed by the Ministry of education. Changes of these entry requirements published on the Ministry's entrance portal www.optagelse.dk. The tightening will be notified at least 2 years before they take effect.

§ 3. At an upper secondary school education, for the purposes of this Decree the following:





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, graduated from the Duborg-skolen and from a. p. Møller School.

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 candidate institution has assessed as comparable to a Danish upper secondary school exam.





(2). Evaluation of foreign degrees, see. (1). 8, carried out in accordance with the rules of the law on the evaluation of foreign educational qualifications.

§ 4. When the access requirement in annex 1 is set to a "relevant professional training" or a "relevant professional college education", the institution shall decide in each case whether access requirements have been met.

(2). When the access requirement in annex 1 is set to a number of secondary examination course, the institution for applicants with foreign educational qualifications in each case to assess whether access requirements have been met. The institution shall take as its starting point in the assessment of all foreign examinations carried out in accordance with the rules of the law on the evaluation of foreign educational qualifications, see. § 3, paragraph 2.

§ 5. When a subject is required at a certain level, the applicant for the secondary education, listed in § 3 (1) (8). 1-4 and 6, have achieved at least grade 02 in the subject on this or a higher level. There are several characters in the subject, is the requirement to be fulfilled if the weighted average according to the rules on that training is not less than 2.0. The requirement cannot be met by rounding up. Of the courses listed in section 3 (1) (8). 5 and 7-8, the applicant shall have fulfilled the bestågrænsen in accordance with the rules of scoring in that training.

§ 6. The institution may require that the qualifying education must be carried out with a particular exam averages as a minimum, or that in the disciplines that are required at a certain level, is passed, see. section 5, with a minimum rating which is higher than 02. The institution's decision fixing the character requirements and amendment thereof shall be notified to the Ministry of education, which publishes the requirement at the Ministry's entrance portal, www.optagelse.dk. Determination of the nature of the requirement and the tightening of this must be announced at least 2 years before they take effect.

(2). The institution may require foreign applicants or applicants with foreign access basis no later than 5. July in the application year has passed the study test of Danish or documented equivalent proficiency in Danish.

§ 7. The institution may require that applicants within the time laid down for the application deadline, see. However, section 8, shall demonstrate proficiency in English, corresponding to at least English B-level, if the training or substantial portions thereof offered in English. The institution may provide that candidates must pass a specially organised trial.

(2). Requirements for English proficiency, including when these must be documented, and what are the requirements to foreign samples, can be contacted on the institution's website, and first to the Ministry of education be oriented accordingly. Determination of requirements for English proficiency and tightening thereof must be announced at least 2 years before they take effect.

§ 8. The educational institution may accept applicants on a higher education, although the entry requirements are not met by the application deadline. Recording must be made conditional on the applicant after the institution's arrangements, before the start of study or as soon as possible thereafter, satisfy the entry requirements or complements to a level which, according to the institution's decision can be equated with access requirements.

(2). An institution may in case of expected significant access restriction on an education provide for the conditional inclusion after paragraph 1 cannot take place. The institution's decision must be published on the institution's website on the Internet for at least 1 year before it enters into force, and the Ministry of education must be informed thereof in advance.

§ 9. An applicant has passed several qualifying courses, the first successful training 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 institution may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances.

§ 10. The institution shall allow applicants to apply for admission to a higher education on a basis other than the stipulated entry requirements, if the applicant after a real competence assessment is estimated to have professional skills that can be equated with them, and the institution determines that the applicant will be able to carry out the training.

(2). Authorisation under paragraph 1, without prejudice to article. § 8, subject to 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 education by the educational institution in question.

Chapter 3

Recording

§ 11. The institution shall decide on the admission of the individual applicant.

§ 12. The institution shall determine, in accordance with article 3. (2) how many candidates can be recorded on the individual higher education, unless the Ministry of education has set an annual maximum recording capacity.

(2). On education with free record establishes the institution of an absorption capacity, which ensures satisfactory education.

§ 13. Applicants who have completed a master's degree, may be admitted if there are seats available, or if after the institution's assessment in the absence of exceptional circumstances. The same applies to applicants who twice previously enrolled at a higher education without having acquired the final examination.

Chapter 4

Admission quotas

§ 14. The number of training places, see. section 12 can be divided in quota 1 and quota 2. Quota 1 can be broken down into quota 1a and 1b. Surplus places in the quota 2, see. § 18, carried forward to the quota 1.

(2). For courses offered in English, can be fixed a quota 3 for applicants in need of a short-term residence permit for temporary stay for training, see. § 19.

(3). The Ministry of education shall determine each year the quota size of the basic regulation. paragraph 1 and possibly. (2) including any breakdown in quota 1a and 1b quota, on the recommendation of the institution.

(4). The Ministry may authorise an institution shall lay down the detailed distribution of seats between quota 1a and 1b.


(5). The Ministry may authorise an institution uses other recording systems than the quota system.

(6). The institution publishes on the institution's website on the Internet the prescribed allocation of training seats in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 4, and a possibly. the recording system referred to in paragraph 5.

§ 15. Education jobs in quota 1a assigned after dropping recording quotient, see. (2) applicants with upper secondary education, see. § 3 (1) (8). 1-8.

(2). Optagelseskvotienten are exam average according to the proof of the upper-secondary education, adjusted in accordance with the rules laid down in section 16, or average of a converted foreign exam exam, see. However, § 29.

(3). If it is not possible to record all applicants with the same recording quotient, happens the selection by the drawing of lots carried out by 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 notice).

§ 16. An applicant with a qualifying education, see. § 3 (1) (8). 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. § 15.

(2). The time of completion of the upper secondary education is the date of issue of the diploma. 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. section 29, with 1.08. The average is calculated with 1 decimal place.

(4). The institution extends the two-year period in accordance with 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 affiliated, 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, up to a maximum combined get 4 year extension. It is the responsibility of the applicant for the educational institution to prove that the condition for extension have been met.

(6). An applicant with a foreign upper secondary education, see. § 3 (1) (8). 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 educational institution to prove that the condition of alignment are met.

§ 17. Training places in the quota is allocated on a declining recording quotient 1b candidates alone due to access restriction cannot be included in the quota 1a.

(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 section 15 (2):





1) For applicants with a high school education under section 3 (1) (8). 1, included Danish, a further subjects at A-level, English as well as study the guidelines project.

2) For applicants with an upper secondary education under section 3 (1) (8). 2, included Danish, English, mathematics, as well as the major writing task.

3) For applicants with a high school education under section 3 (1) (8). 3, included Danish, a further subjects at A-level, English as well as study the guidelines project.

4) For applicants with a high school education under section 3 (1) (8). 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 has 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 upper secondary education, see. § 3 (1) (8). 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 to the institution to demonstrate that the condition for correction are met.

(5). If it is not possible to record all applicants with the same recording quotient, happens the selection by the drawing of lots carried out by the coordinating secretariat, in accordance with article 3. procedure notice.

§ 18. Education jobs in quota 2 is assigned the following applicants:





1) applicants who meet the entry requirements for training, but who do not have sufficient admission grade point average to qualify for inclusion in quota 1a or 1b.

2) applicants who do not have an upper secondary school education, but satisfy other admission requirements, see. Annex 1 to that education.

3) applicants who do not meet the entry requirements but who have skills that can be equated with this regulation. § 10.

4) Applicants with a foreign entrance examination, which cannot be converted into a recording quotient in quota 1.





(2). Education jobs in quota 2 is assigned after a concrete assessment of the candidates.

(3). If the institution beyond the qualifying exam leave activities be included in the assessment of the applicant's qualifications, there shall be included the activities of a total duration of 12 months.

(4). Used commercial work as a criterion, the work earned as part of the contract with the defense, could be included with the whole of the contract period, notwithstanding the fact that the contract expire after the application deadline, however at the latest until the start of study. In a similar way included conscript service.

(5). The institution publishes on its website on the Internet, what objective criteria that may be included in the assessment of each candidate. Significant changes to the criteria must be announced with at least 2 years.

§ 19. Educational sites, see. § 14 (2), shall be awarded on the basis of a specific assessment of the candidates according to criteria provided by the educational institution. The educational institution shall publish in English on its website, what objective professional criteria which, together with the prescribed entry requirements, see. Annex 1, part of the assessment of each candidate. Significant tightening of criteria must be announced with at least 1 year.

(2). Applicants who meet the conditions laid down in article 14, paragraph 2, recorded outside the quota 1 and 2.

§ 20. The institution shall determine the capacity, in addition to recording a number of waiting list seats, which can be searched simultaneously with the application for ordinary membership. Applicants to the waitlist seats shall be entered in a priority waiting list in accordance with the same criteria as at the regular admission.

(2). The right to education space will lapse, if the applicant is on the waiting list have not accepted offers of training space within a period laid down by the institution. 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.

(3). No matter that there is obtained the commitment of recording, are submitted there on new application the following year.

(4). However, it is a condition for admission to the applicant not later than the closing date meets the specific admission requirements and requirements for certain minimum grades in individual subjects who apply for training that year, see. sections 5 and 6 and § 8.

Chapter 5

Application procedure, deadlines, etc.

§ 21. Application for admission is done digitally via the Ministry entrance portal at www.optagelse.dk or manually by using the forms on paper.

(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, without prejudice. procedure notice. Documentation for access basis must be forwarded, if the applicant has not received diploma or similar before the expiry of the deadline referred to in article 6. § 22.

§ 22. The application deadline for admission to a higher education are the following:





1) For applicants who are subject to section 14, paragraph 2, the institution shall determine the application deadline, which may not be later than 15. March kl. 12.00.

2) 15. March kl. 12.00 for candidates who, in accordance with article 3. § 18, seeking admission via quota 2, as well as for applicants with foreign upper secondary educations, see. § 3 (1) (8). 7 and 8.

3) 15. March kl. 12.00 for applicants to education, where as part of entry requirements, see. Annex 1, part a audition, recording a conversation or similar.


4) 5. July 23:00. 12.00 for applicants seeking admission through quota 1.

5) By educational institutions that do not record after the quota system, is the deadline for the 15. March kl. 12 noon or 5. July 23:00. 12.00.





(2). The institution shall, not later than 30 June 2005. July give the candidates can be accepted by the institution, offer of a training space. Applicants who are subject to section 14, paragraph 2, should, however, be notified of admission or refusal no later than the 1. June. The applicant shall confirm the offer within a period laid down by the institution. Otherwise, the offer will lapse. The educational institution shall notify the coordinating secretariat, not later than the 15. June, who have been admitted under section 14(2).

(3). The coordinating secretariat shall, subject to paragraph 2. procedure the notice, not later than 30 June. July on behalf of institutions, give notice to the applicants who cannot be absorbed by any of the searched courses. At the same time, the coordinating secretariat to include an overview of courses, where there are seats available.

(4). The institution may in exceptional cases, dispense a small overrun of the deadline referred to in paragraph 1.

Chapter 6

Checking, etc.

§ 23. The institution shall decide on enrolment at the appropriate step of training under one of the following categories:





1) basic education.

2) Shorter courses of study with a view to merit in other training.

3) visiting students in General.





(2). The institution may only in exceptional cases, allow a student to be enrolled by multiple full-time education at the same time.

(3). Checking can take place at any time, without prejudice. However, Chapter 7, and by several Studio startup time after the institution's rules on the distribution of students.

(4). Checking at a later stage of education is subject to the condition that the institution has free space.

(5). By checking the student will be subject to the rights and obligations deriving from the rules that apply to students on that education by the institution concerned.

(6). The institution may lay down detailed rules on enrolment.

§ 24. Enrolment is terminated when the student





1) have completed the training,

2) cannot finish the training due to the fact that the person concerned has exhausted its exam attempt, or

3) not be able to complete the training as a result of the rules for that particular training or in accordance with rules laid down under section 25 (1).





(2). Where enrolment is terminated without prejudice. (1). 2 and 3, the institution can allow the person concerned to seek admission to the new regulation. However, section 13, if the institution on the basis of a specific technical assessment finds that his or her opportunities to implement training is significantly improved, or if the training content is substantially changed.

§ 25. The institution 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 which requirements to be Studio asset.

(2). The shell of the institution's rules indicate that the institution may exempt from Studio activity requirement, if there are exceptional circumstances.

(3). Rules, see. paragraph 1 shall be published on the institution's website.

Chapter 7

Leave, etc.

section 26. Students can get a leave of absence from a training in accordance with the rules laid down by the institution.

(2). Students can in the leave period should not attend classes and tests within the education from which the student has leave of absence.

§ 27. An institution may only in exceptional cases, grant leave to a student who has not yet passed the tests after the 1. academic year, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). Leave shall be communicated to the student, if it is warranted on the grounds of maternity, adoption or call to conscript service.

(3). Leave must be communicated to students, who by contract with the Defense makes himself available for United Nations service, etc., follow the rules of 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.

Chapter 8

Studio shift and transfer to another institution

section 28. Switch to new training on the same or another educational institution is done according to the rules for that particular training or institution, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). Migrating to the same education at another educational institution can, unless there are special circumstances, be carried out at the earliest, when the student has passed the tests corresponding to the first year of study at the receiving training.

Chapter 9

Other provisions

section 29. Grades and grade point average, see. section 5 and section 6, is set after the 7-point grading scale, see. Notice on the grading scale and the other judgement.

(2). When examining average from the qualifying training, see. § 3 (1) (8). 1-4 and 6, shall be used as the selection criterion, or forms part of the access requirement, used the 7-point grading scale.

(3). Conversion from the 13-point scale for the 7-point grading scale, see. paragraphs 1 and 2, is according to the sales tables in annex 2. The annex shall be published also at the Ministry entrance portal at www.optagelse.dk and at www.ciriusonline.dk.

(4). Conversion in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 for applicants with foreign upper secondary educations, see. § 3 (1) (8). 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 at www.optagelse.dk and at www.ciriusonline.dk.

(5). Possible adjustment of exam average, see. section 16, shall be carried out after the conversion to the 7-point grading scale.

section 30. At the Danish School of media and journalism in each recording be reserved seating for 2 candidates from the Faroe Islands who have passed the entry requirements for the programme referred to in article 6. Annex 1.

section 31. The Ministry of education may dispense with notice, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.

section 32. The Ministry of education may provide that the institutions ' communications to the Ministry of education in accordance with the notice must be in electronic form, including determining, in what format and for which addressees of such notification shall be given.

section 33. The educational institution's decisions under this Ordinance may, within a period of 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant, be referred to the Ministry of education, if the complaint concerns the legal issues. The complaint shall be submitted to the educational institution, which shall forward the complaint to the Ministry accompanied by the institution's opinion. The institution gives the complainant the opportunity to, within a period of not less than 1 week to comment on the opinion. Any comments be sent to the Ministry.

Chapter 10

Entry into force, etc.

§ 34. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. February 2009.

(2). § 16 shall take effect from the recording in 2009, and it applies to applicants who have completed their secondary education in 2007 or later.

section 35. Executive Order No. 96 of 20. February 2008 on access, enrolment and leave, etc. by certain higher education (Ministry of education access Ordinance) shall be repealed.









The Ministry of education, the 9. February 2009 P.M.V. E.B. Steffen Jensen/Simon K L Annex 1

Entry requirements for admission to higher education as of 2009

For an assessment of the below specified upper-secondary-specific admission requirements, please refer to annex 1 to the Decree No. 756 of 9. July 2008 (Merit order), where level classification of subjects from previously existing schemes for secondary education is specified in so far as the subjects were no level indication. The annex can be found at www.optagelse.dk and at Ministry website www.uvm.dk.

With regard to specific requirements for the Danish at the A level noted that the subject "Danish A1, default level" from the International Baccalaureate (IB) is considered to meet the requirement of access "Danish at A level". Furthermore, reference is made to paragraph 6 (2).

The designation of the upper secondary vocational education in the annex are in accordance with the notice on the date of entry into force of the current regulatory framework for the individual vocational training. Access requirement applies in all cases for the general education (step 2). Whether vocational training from previously existing schemes are examples of qualifying depend on a specific assessment.

The English term for the training is inserted in brackets after the Danish name.

Professional bacheloruddannelser

Truss/orthopedics engineer

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and English at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology (A)

Constructing architect, bachelor in building design

(Bachelor of Architectural Technology and Construction Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as a bricklayer

Vocational training as a paver

Vocational training as anlægsstruktør

Vocational training as accountant

Vocational training as a joiner

Vocational training within the PLUMBING-technical education

Vocational training as Eng.


Vocational training within the træfagenes building training

Vocational training as a technical designer

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and math at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements

Bachelor of engineering

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering, Arctic technology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Bioprocess Technology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Business Development Engineer

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Physics at level B and Maths at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Physics at level B and Maths at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Building design

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Building

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering in sustainable energy engineering

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering, information technology and the it

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Export Technology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Math at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Math at B level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Export

(Bachelor of Engineering in Global Business Engineering)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English on A level and either French or German at level C on C level or Spanish on the C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

English on A level and either French or German at level C on C level or Spanish on the C level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Electro

(Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Computer Engineering)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering, Global management and Manufacturing

(Bachelor of Engineering in Global management and Manufacturing)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Physics at B level and Math at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Physics at B level and Math at B level

Bachelor of engineering, Industry and production

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering, information and communication technology

(Bachelor of Engineering in Information and Communication Technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Bachelor of engineering, integrated design

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering, interactive design

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Bachelor Of Engineering, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Chemistry

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Bachelor of engineering, Chemistry and Economics

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Access via other training:

Relevant professional college education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Bachelor of engineering, chemical engineering and biotechnology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:


Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at B level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at B level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Mechatronics

(Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Machine

(Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Nanotechnology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering in process and innovation:

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Relevant professional college education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Production

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor Of Engineering, Power Current

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Engineer-or competency training

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering in health technology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via other training:

Relevant professional college education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor of engineering, Technology and Economics (Internet technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Access via other training:

Relevant professional college education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level

Bachelor of engineering, Technology and Economics (Chemistry)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Access via other training:

A relevant professional college education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level

Bachelor of engineering, Traffic and transport

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics on C level

Access via other training:

A relevant professional-/erhvervsakademiuddannelse

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics on C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at A level and Physics on C level

Bachelor, Relaxation Therapist

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific admission requirements

Admission on the basis of qualifying conversation

Bachelor, Medical Laboratory Technologist

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and chemistry at the C level and science at the C level and Math at the C level and English at the D level

Access via other training:

5 secondary school single subject

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and English at B level and Math at the C level and either Biotechnology at A level or both Biology at C level and chemistry at the C level

Bachelor in export and technology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and either Maths at B level or business economics at B level

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training as a mechanic

Vocational training as a precision mechanic with

Vocational training as a naval engineer

Vocational training as a ship fitter

Vocational training as a Blacksmith

Vocational training as CNC technician

Vocational training as a naval mechanic

Vocational training as a Foundry technician

Vocational training as a technical designer

Vocational training as a wind turbine technician

Vocational training as a farrier

Training as Refrigeration technician

Vocational training as a Metal Smith

Vocational training as a chimney-sweep

Vocational training as bicycle and motorcycle mechanic

Vocational training as Bodywork blacksmith

Vocational training as toolmaker

Professional training as Industrial technician

Vocational training as construction joinery

Vocational training as a cabinetmaker

Vocational training as Organ building

Vocational training as Eng.

Vocational training as Trædrejer

Vocational training as Electrician

Vocational training as a process operator

Vocational training as electronics operator

Vocational training as data technique

Training Boat Builder

Vocational training as a sailmaker

Vocational training as a model maker

Vocational training, electronic and low voltage training

Vocational training, Automation and process training

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and either Maths at B level or business economics at B level

Bachelor, Occupational Therapist

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education.

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and science at the C level and English at C level

Bachelor in business language and it-based marketing communication

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at A level or German language at A level or begins German language continues at B level depending on the selected language

Bachelor in nutrition and health


(Global Bachelor in Nutrition and Health)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and chemistry at the C level and either Biology at C level or Biotechnology at A level or Mathematics at C level or social studies at the C level

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and chemistry at the C level and either Biology at C level or Mathematics at C level or social studies at the C level

Bachelor in finance

(Bachelor of financial management and services)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and either Maths at B level or business economics at B level

Access via vocational training:

Office education with specialization

Financial education

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and either Maths at B level or business administration at C

Bachelor, Primary School Teacher

(Bachelor of Education)

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

In education the student must choose 2 or 3 main subjects, and access to individual major subject assumes that the students in relevant prior secondary subjects according to the 7-point grading scale at least has got a character (represented by sample, as the final character of the position or final grade) on 7 on B-level or 02 at A-level. In Danish, however, required at least 7 at A-level. Alternatively, the inclusion in the study be done on the basis of a real competence assessment.

Bachelor, Photojournalist

Other access:

Passed the audition

Bachelor, Physiotherapist

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements:

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

English C and either Physics at C level or Chemistry at C level or Science at C level

Bachelor, Midwife

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Chemistry at level C or Biotech on A level

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and chemistry at the C level and science at the C level and English at the D level

Access through vocational education and training of at least 2 1/2 years ' duration:

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and English at B level and chemistry at the C level and either psychology at C level or social studies at the C level

Bachelor, Journalist

Other access:

Passed the audition

Bachelor in graphic communication

Access via upper secondary education:

Passed the audition

Access via vocational training:

A graphic training

Passed the audition

Bachelor in character animation

(Bachelorof Arts in Character Animation)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and passed the entrance examination

Bachelor of Leisure Management

(Bachelor of Leisure Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Math at B level

Bachelor in media production and management

Access via upper secondary education:

Passed the audition

Access via vocational training:

A graphic training

Passed the audition

Bachelor in dairy technology

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level and Physics on C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training as a dairyman

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level B and level C English and Physics at the C level and chemistry at the C level

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level B and level C English and Physics at the C level and chemistry at the C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level and Physics on C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Bachelor in natural and cultural dissemination

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Other access:

The applicant's competencies can after a real competence assessment in which fx. enters into a relevant vocational training, which can be equated with a secondary education.

Bachelor in public administration

(Bachelor of public administration)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and either Maths at B level or business economics at B level

Access via vocational training:

Office education with specializations

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and either business economics at B level or Mathematics at B level

Bachelor of Optometry

(Bachelor's degree in Optometry)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific admission requirements

English at B level and Biology at the C level and Math at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training as an optometrist

No specific entry requirements

Other access:

6 upper secondary examination course

Specific entry requirements:

All of the following numbered requirements:

1. Danish on A level and English at B level and math at C level

2. Biology at C level or Biotechnology on A level

3. Psychology at C level or social studies at the C level

4. Biotechnology at A level or Chemistry at C level or Science at C level

Bachelor in economics and value management process

(Bachelor of Value Chain Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Math at B level

Bachelor, Educator

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and science at the C level and English at the D level

Access via vocational training:

The pedagogical assistant training

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on C level and social studies at the C level and English at level E

Other access:

4 upper secondary examination course

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and English at B level and social studies at the C level and an optional subjects at the C level

Other access:

Applicants for a real competence assessment have qualifications that can be equated with the prescribed entry requirements

Bachelor, Hyundai

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements:

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on C level and English at D level as well as two of the following courses

Biology at B level or Biotechnology at A level or Physics at B level or Chemistry at B level or Mathematics at B level

Other access:

4 upper secondary examination course

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and English at C level as well as two of the following courses

Biology at B level or Biotechnology at A level or Physics at B level or Chemistry at B level or Mathematics at B level

Bachelor, Social Worker

(Bachelor of Social Work)

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and science at the C level and English at the D level

Other access:

4 upper secondary examination course

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and English at B level and social studies at B level and psychology at C level

Bachelor, Nurse

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and science at the C level and English at the D level

Other access:

4 upper secondary examination course

Specific entry requirements:

9 months of work experience as well as

All of the following numbered requirements:

1. Danish on A level and English at B level

2. Biology at B level Biotechnology at A level or Physics at B level or Chemistry at B level or Mathematics at B level

3. Social studies at C level or psychology at C level

Bachelor, sign languages and MHS-interpreter

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Bachelor of textile Sciences and communication

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Passing the entrance examination, which are selected on the basis of a reasoned application.

Bachelor in television and media organisation

Access via upper secondary education

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and passed the entrance examination

Access via vocational training:

A vocational training as a film and television production technician

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and passed the entrance examination


Bachelor in economics and it

(Bachelor of Economics and Information Technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level

Forest and landscape engineering

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level and English at C level and either Biotechnology at A level or Biology at B level or Chemistry at B level

Access via vocational training:

A vocational training for forest and nature technician

A vocational training as schoool

A vocational training as production gardener

A vocational training as greenhouse gardener

A vocational education and training in agriculture

Training for skilled farmer

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and Math at B level and English at the C level and either Biotechnology at A level or Biology at B level or Chemistry at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on A level and Math at B level and English at the C level and either Biotechnology at A level or Biology at B level or Chemistry at B level

Vocational college education

Administration Economist

(AP Programme in Administrative Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and Math at B level or business economics at B level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Office of education, General

Office education with specializations

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and math at C level or business administration at C level

Auto technologist

(AP Programme in Automotive Technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements:

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training as a mechanic

Vocational training as bodywork blacksmith

Vocational training as a Motorcycle mechanic

Vocational training as aircraft mechanic

Vocational training, construction and agriculture maskinuddannelsen

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Construction technician

Applicants are admitted on the medium-term higher education for the building constructor

(AP)

(AP Programme in Computer Science)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level

Access via vocational training:

Data and communication training

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at B level

Design Technologist

(AP Programme in Design & Technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and Mathematics C and passed the entrance examination

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training as a craftsman's clothing

Housing mounting training

Carpenter training

Vocational training as a graphic technician

Vocational training as media graphic designer

Retailing specialties

Trading education with specializations

Vocational training as a model maker

Vocational training as an event coordinator

Vocational training as theatre, exhibition and event technician

Vocational training as a technical designer

Vocational training as a noble blacksmith

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and passed the entrance examination

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and Math at the C level and passed the entrance examination

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and passed the entrance examination

Operating engineer – offshore

Applicants admitted in the programme "Technical manager offshore"

E-designer

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and math at C level

Access via vocational training:

Housing mounting training

Vocational training for digital media

Vocational training as media graphic designer

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and math at C level

Ernæningsteknologi

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Biotechnology at the A level or Chemistry at C level

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training as a dairyman

Vocational training to the process operator

Vocational training to bakery

Vocational training to pastry

Vocational training for system administrator

Vocational training to nutrition Assistant

Vocational training for industrial butcher specializing

Vocational training for retail butcher

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and chemistry at the C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements

Asst. engineer

(Pharmaconomist)

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and science at the C level and English at the D level

Financial economist

(AP Programme in Financial Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and Math at B level or business economics at B level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Office of education, General

Office education with specializations

Financial education

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and Math at B level or business economics at B level

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and Math at B level or business economics at B level

Fisheries Technologist (initial stage)

Other access:

On the preliminary steps can all be included, as have at least 2 years of relevant professional experience, like to study in the fisheries sector, and in addition either: public school 10. class test in mathematics and the natural learning as well as at least public school graduation test in Danish and English. Other exams on similar or higher level can also give access.

Fisheries Technologist (technical steps)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and Physics at B level and Chemistry at B level as well as at least 1 year relevant professional experience (preferably within the fishing industry)

Access via vocational training:

Training as a food technologist

Specific entry requirements:

Physics at B level and social studies at B level and either Chemistry at B level or Biotechnology on A level as well as at least 1 year relevant professional experience (preferably within the fishing industry).

Other access:

Passing the exam after the initial step

Specific entry requirements:

Physics at level B and Maths at B level and either Chemistry at B level or Biotechnology on A level

Trade Economist

(AP Programme in Retail Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Retailing specialties

Commercial education with specializations

Office of education, General

Office education with specializations

Financial education

Vocational training as an event coordinator

Vocational training as a retail butcher specializing

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and either business economics at D level or Math on D level

Installer, Power Current

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as electrician

Electronic and low voltage training

Automation and process training

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Installer, PLUMBING

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as a blacksmith

HVAC training

No specific entry requirements:

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

The it and electronics technologist

(AP Programme in the IT, Electronics and Technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as electrician

Automation and process training

Electronic and low voltage training

Data and communication training

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Passed the audition

English at B level

Specific entry requirements:


English at the C level and math at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements

Agricultural technologist

(AP Programme in Agricutural Science)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Chemistry at the C level and math at C level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Training as a skilled farmer

Vocational training in animal suits

Vocational training as schoool

Vocational training as a production gardener

Vocational training as greenhouse gardener

Vocational training as a forest and nature technician

Vocational education and training in agriculture

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at the C level and either Physics at C level or Chemistry at C level or Science at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements

Clinical dental technician

Access via vocational training:

Vocational training for laboratory technician in removable Prosthodontics

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

No specific entry requirements

Map-and Geodesy technician

Applicants are admitted on the medium-term higher education for the building constructor

Laboratory technician

(AP Programme in Chemical and Biotechnical Science)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as a dairyman

Vocational training as a process operator

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Science at C level

Other access:

Entrance examination on engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Biotechnology on A level

Logistics Economist (Transport Logistics)

(AP Programme in Logistics Management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and math at C level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Commercial education with specializations

Office education with specializations

Inventory training

Passenger transport training

Road freight transport programme

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at B level and math at C level

Marketing management

(AP Programme in marketing management)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and either Maths at B level or business economics at B level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Retailing specialties

Commercial education with specializations

Office of education, General

Office education with specializations

Financial education

Vocational training as an event coordinator

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and either business economics at B level or Mathematics at B level

Multimedia designer

(AP Programme in Multimedia Design and Communication)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and either Maths at C level or business economics at C level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as a photographer

Vocational training, Film and television production training

Vocational training as media graphic designer

Vocational training as a technical designer

Vocational training in digital media

Vocational training as a graphic technician

Data and communication training

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level and either business economics at C level or Mathematics at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

Specific entry requirements:

English on C level

Process technologist

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Biotechnology at the A level or Chemistry at C level or Mathematics at C level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as a dairyman

Vocational training as a process operator

Vocational training as a Baker and confectioner

Vocational training as a dress maker

Vocational training as a retail butcher

Vocational training as an industrial butcher specializing

Vocational training as a Hairdresser

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and either Chemistry at C level or Mathematics at C level or Science at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements

Production technologist

(AP Programme in Production Technology)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Tool training

Industrial teknikeruddannelsen

Vocational training as construction joinery

Vocational training as a cabinetmaker

Vocational training as organ building

Vocational training as Eng.

Vocational training as træoperatør

Vocational training as a mechanic

Construction and agricultural maskinuddannelsen

Vocational training as aircraft mechanic

Vocational training as a pharmacist

Vocational training as a mechanic

Vocational training as a precision mechanic with

Vocational training as a naval engineer

Vocational training as a ship fitter

Vocational training as a Blacksmith

Vocational training as CNC technician

Vocational training as a naval mechanic

Vocational training as a Foundry technician

Vocational training as a Technical designer

Vocational training as a wind turbine technician

Vocational training as a farrier

Training as Refrigeration technician

Vocational training as a Metal Smith

Vocational training as a chimney-sweep

Vocational training as Bicycle and motorcycle mechanic

Vocational training as Bodywork blacksmith

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and math at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements

Service Economist

(AP Programme in hospitality and Tourism Managenent)

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Maths at C level or business economics at C level

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Retailing specialties

Commercial education with specializations

Vocational training as a dress maker

Vocational training as a retail butcher

Office education with specializations

Office of education, General

Vocational training as an event coordinator

Vocational training as a Baker and confectioner

Vocational training as waiter

Vocational training as receptionist

No specific entry requirements

Dental hygienist

Access via upper secondary education:

No specific entry requirements:

Access via vocational training:

Social and health education

Specific entry requirements:

Danish at the C level and science at the C level and English at the D level

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

Danish on C level and English at the D level and either Physics at C level or Chemistry at C level or Mathematics at C level or Science at C level

Technical manager offshore

Access via upper secondary education:

Specific entry requirements:

Mathematics at level C

Access via vocational training:

One of the following courses:

Vocational training as a blacksmith

Vocational training as a mechanic

Professional training as industrial technician

Automation and process training

Vocational training as a welder

Vocational training as a ship fitter

Bicycle and motorcycle training

Vocational training as aircraft mechanic

Bodywork training

Construction and agricultural maskinuddannelsen

Vocational training as a precision mechanic with

Vocational training as a naval engineer

Vocational training as a naval mechanic

Vocational training as a foundry technician

Vocational training as a technical designer

Vocational training as a farrier

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Vocational training as a metal Smith

Vocational training as a chimney-sweep

No specific entry requirements

Access through appropriate vocational training:

Specific entry requirements:

English at the C level and math at C level

Other access:

The entrance examination for engineering education

No specific entry requirements Annex 2

From 13 scale for the 7-point grading scale

With "notice on a grading scale and the other judgement" was introduced in 2005 7-point grading scale. As a consequence, to admission to higher education in Denmark carried out after 7. censured from the recording in 2007.


Admission to higher education is done on the basis of exam average from the applicant's qualifying exams, expressed by the Danish 7-point scale.

Table 1 shows the correlation between characters from the 13-point scale, ETCS-scale and the 7-point grading scale. To the extent that individual characters should be translated, used this immediate translation.

Table 1. Individually comparison of character scales










13-skala





ECTS





7-trinsskala







Character



 



Character





Description





Description







13

11





(A)





12





The excellent performance





Grade 12 is given for the excellent presentation that demonstrates the exhaustive fulfilment of the subject's goal, with no or few insubstantial defects







10





(B)





10





The excellent performance





Grade 10 is given for the excellent performance that demonstrates the comprehensive fulfillment of the subject's goals, with some minor deficiencies.







9

8





(C)





7





The good performance





Grade 7 is given for the good performance that demonstrates compliance with the subject's goal, with a part missing







7





(D)





4





The regular performance





Grade 4 is given for the regular performance, which demonstrates a less degree of fulfillment of the subject's goal, with several major shortcomings.







6





(E)





02





The adequate performance





Nature 02 given for adequate performance which demonstrates the minimally acceptable degree of fulfillment of the subject's goals.







5

03





F +





00





The inadequate performance of the inadequate given the nature 00 performance that does not demonstrate an acceptable level of compliance with the subject's goals.







00





(F)





-3





The poor performance





Nature-3 is given for the totally unacceptable performance.









Circulation of academic average from the 13-point scale for the 7-point grading scale

Using table 2, applicants with exam results from the 13-point scale is merged with applicants with exam results from the 7-point grading scale and prioritized in the correct order when shooting at higher education restricted in quota 1.

Table 2 Sales table for the grade point average









13-scale





7-step scale



 



13-scale





7-step scale



 



13-scale





7-step scale







6.0





2.0



 



7.7





5.3



 



9.4





9.0







6.1





2.2



 



7.8





5.5



 



9.5





9.2







6.2





2.4



 



7.9





5.8



 



9.6





9.4







6.3





2.6



 



8.0





6.0



 



9.7





9.6







6.4





2.8



 



8.1





6.2



 



9.8





9.8







6.5





3.0



 



8.2





6.4



 



9.9





10.0







6.6





3.2



 



8.3





6.6



 



10.0





10.2







6.7





3.4



 



8.4





6.8



 



10.1





10.4







6.8





3.6



 



8.5





7.1



 



10.2





10.5







6.9





3.7



 



8.6





7.3



 



10.3





10.7







7.0





3.9



 



8.7





7.5



 



10.4





10.8







7.1





4.1



 



8.8





7.7



 



10.5





11.0







7.2





4.3



 



8.9





8.0



 



10.6





11.2







7.3





4.5



 



9.0





8.2



 



10.7





11.4







7.4





4.7



 



9.1





8.4



 



10.8





11.6







7.5






4.9



 



9.2





8.6



 



10.9





11.8







7.6





5.1



 



9.3





8.8



 



11.0 or more





12.0









Circulation of the characters for "specific admission requirements"

Educational institutions must henceforth specify such requirements in relation to the 7-point grading scale.

Is the specific entry requirements cf. sections 5 and 6, expressed by an average (e.g. the average of Mathematics A, Physics and Chemistry (B) (C) shall not be less than 8.0 according to the Danish 13-scale or just a single subjects e.g., Mathematics A (consisting of both a written and oral character) must be at least 8.0 according to the 13-point scale should this requirement be transformed into 7-point grading scale via the following table 3:

Table 3 Sales table for the average of a few subjects and individual subjects with multiple characters.









13-scale





7-trinsskala



 





13/11





12.0



 





10





10.5



 





9





8.5



 





8





6.0



 





7





4.0



 





6





2.0



 







Establish character requirements, the following method is used-illustrated by an example, how to calculate an average for the subjects mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (B) (C), which can occur following characters:









Subjects





Final grade





Sample character





 



Oral





Written





Oral





Written







Mathematics (A)





X





X





X





X







Physics (B)





X





X





X



 





Chemistry C





X



 



X



 











1)





First calculate an average for each subject by putting each occurring characters together and then share with the number of characters







2)





Then the three average together and shared with three.





 



(a))





If the individual applicant has a combination of characters alone from the 13-point scale to be taken into account in the calculation of whether he or she meets the specific admission requirements, the individual characters from the 13-point scale first translated into the Danish 7-point scale after the regular turnover of individual characters where 8 and 9 on the 13-point scale gets to 7 on 7-point scale and then calculating a simple average.





 



(b))





If the individual applicant has a combination of characters from the 13-point scale and from the 7-point grading scale to be taken into account in the calculation of whether he or she meets the specific admission requirements, the individual characters from the 13-point scale first translated into the Danish 7-point scale after the regular turnover of individual characters where 8 and 9 on the 13-point scale gets to 7 on 7-point scale and then calculating a simple average. (This situation can occur if a diploma issued after the 13-point scale after following via GS is complemented with subjects or levels, where the rating is given according to the Danish 7-point scale).