Notice of Board of the music academies of music
Pursuant to section 11, paragraph 1, of the law on the higher artistic education institutions under the Ministry of culture, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 889 of 21. September 2000 shall be fixed:
§ 1. The notice applies to the following institutions: the Royal Danish Academy of music, Rhythmic Music Conservatory, the Royal Academy of music and the Academy of music and dramatic arts, Southern.
§ 2. The institution headed by the Rector, who has overall responsibility for the institution's business.
(2). The Rector is responsible for the day-to-day management of the institution's administration and staff.
(3). The Rector shall act in all matters that are not by law, other legal provisions or the provisions of this order are assigned to others.
(4). Where the decision is for the institution's collegial bodies, Rector, however, decide, when he considers that the case does not tolerate exposure. Notification of the decision shall be given as soon as possible to the Academy Council/School Council.
(5). Dismissals of the institution's staff made by the Rector. Where this is the responsibility of the Ministry, the headmaster setting accordingly.
(6). The Rector may impose on the collegiate bodies and the institution's staff to discuss and formulate an opinion on subjects of importance to the institution.
(7). The Rector shall ensure that the collegial bodies ' decisions are legal.
§ 3. The Rector is appointed by the Minister of culture for a period of 5 years. The Minister of culture shall establish a Review Committee, which shall give its opinion to the Minister about candidates ' qualifications. The Evaluation Committee consists of three members appointed by the Academy Council/School Council among the institution's teachers, here by at least 2 full-time staff and 2 members appointed by the Minister, including the one as President.
(2). The head teacher's employment can be extended. The extension must be submitted to the Ministry of culture of the Academy Council/School Council for opinion. In this case, the Rector of the Academy Council/temporarily leaving school Council, and the Council elects an interim President. By availability in a functional period constitutes the Minister an interim headmaster for a maximum of 1 year.
Vice Rector, Pro-Rector, etc.
§ 4. At the Royal Academy of music and the Academy of music and dramatic arts, southern appoints the Rector a vice Rector for a period of 5 years. Deputy head teacher's employment can be extended.
(2). At the Royal Danish Academy of music and Rhythmic Music Conservatory Rector appoints a pro-Rector among the institution's permanent teachers. Pro-Rector appointed for a limited period, which may not be longer than the head teacher's recruitment. Genudpegning can take place.
(3). Vice Rector or Vice-Rector shall assist the Rector and is Rector's delegate.
The Academy Council/School Council
§ 5. The Academy Council/School Council consists of:
1) Rector is President,
2) at least 3 representatives of teachers
3) at least 3 representatives of the students and
4) not less than 1 representative of the technical-administrative staff
5) at the Royal Academy of music and the Academy of music and dramatic arts, Southern's vice Rector, also a member of the Council.
6) at the Academy of music and dramatic arts, Southern Department of acting school is also a member of the Council.
(2). Regardless of the number of members in the Council must be composed in such a way that the relationship between teachers, students and the technical-administrative staff will be maintained as specified in paragraph 1.
(3). At the Royal Danish Academy of music and Rhythmic Music Academy participant Pro-Rector of Council meetings, without the right to vote.
(4). The Rector may provide that others can participate in the meetings of the Council without the right to vote
(5). Representatives of the teachers and the technical-administrative staff are elected for 2 years by and among the respective groups. Representatives of the student body elected for 1 year by and among students. Re-election can take place. For each Member, with the exception of Rector-elect a Deputy.
(6). The Council holds meetings as often as the Rector shall rise thereto. However, the Council must be convened, provided that at least four of the members request in writing. The members of the Council have compulsory attendance to meetings of the Council. Legally decay must be reported to the Rector.
(7). The Council is quorate when at least 2/3 of the members, including the Rector, is present. Decisions are made by ordinary majority of votes. When a tie is the head teacher's vote crucial.
(8). The Rector may not participate in the Council's decisions on the appointment of members to the committees by Rector recruitment, see. section 6, paragraph 1 No. 4. In this case, the Rector of the Council, and temporarily leaving the Council constitutes a temporary President.
(9). The Academy Council/School Council shall adopt its rules of procedure.
§ 6. The Academy Council/School Council shall take a decision in the following cases:
1) Rules for elections to the institution's collegial bodies.
2) Authentication of curricula, upon a proposal from the boards of studies.
3) rules on compulsory attendance and expulsion of students.
4) designation of members to the committees by principal recruitment, see. § 3, paragraph 1.
(2). All cases of significant importance for the institution's organisation and activities must be submitted to the Council for an opinion by the Rector, including
1) the institution's budget.
2) Provisions on the institution provided for by the Ministry, as well as proposals for amendments and additions to these.
3) cases of expulsion of students.
4) setting up and dismantling of the study Committee.
Board of studies
§ 7. On the institution creates one or more boards. During each study Board placed one or more courses. The Rector decides on the setting up and dismantling of the study Committee, after receiving the opinion of the Academy Council/School Council, see. § 6 (2). 4.
(2). The study Committee consists of an equal number of teachers and students, subject to a minimum of 3 representatives from each, of which at least 1 tenured teacher. Representatives of teachers elected for 2 years. Representatives of the student body elected for 1 year. Re-election can take place. For each Member, an alternate will be selected.
(3). The Rector, Vice-Rector and Vice-Rector may not be members of a Board of studies.
(4). The study Committee shall elect a Chairperson from among the representatives of the teachers.
(5). The study Committee has a quorum when more than half of the Committee members are present. Event of a tie, the casting vote.
(6). The President shall convene and leader BA BA in the meetings. There must be convened whenever the President or at least 2 of the members so request.
(7). The study Committee shall adopt its own rules of procedure within the guidelines that are given by the Rector.
§ 8. The Board of studies is the face of the Rector is responsible for teaching academic level, organisation and implementation in accordance with the provisions in force.
(2). The study Committee shall give its recommendation to the President in matters relating to a derogation from the institution provided for by the programme regulations.
(3). The study Committee shall give its recommendation to the Academy Council/School Council on curricula within the guidelines that are given by the Rector.
(4). The study Committee shall deliver an opinion to the President on the appointment of external examiners.
Transitional and commencement provisions
§ 9. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2010.
(2). The Minister of culture at the latest by the end of 2012 will revise paragraph 5 concerning the composition of the Academy Council/School Council and section 7 concerning the composition of the boards of studies, with a view to put an upper limit on the number of members.
(3). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 1367 by 7. December 2007 on Board of the music academies of music.
The Ministry of culture, the 15. December 2009 Carina Christensen/Pernille Lindberg