Publication of criteria for the relevance and quality of university education and the case by approval of university training
In accordance with sections 11 and 14 of law no. 294 of 27. March 2007 on the Accreditation Institute for higher education shall be fixed as follows :
Tasks of the Accreditation Council
§ 1. The accreditation council is accredited and accredited for undergrad and master training and master training and second subgeneration, which are offered in Denmark, by the university law, cf. Section 5 (5). Paragraph 10 (1) and 10 (1). One, in the Act on the Accreditation Institute for higher education.
Paragraph 2. The Council shall be accredited to training corresponding to the training referred to in paragraph 1. 1, and as a Danish universities provider abroad, unless the quality of education is to be subject to the national quality assurance system in the country in which the training is offered, cf. Section 5 (5). 2, in the Act of Accreditation for higher education, the Accreditation institution.
Criteria for the relevance and quality of the university education
§ 2. The accreditation Council shall decide on the accreditation of new and existing training courses on the basis of the following three criteria for the relevance and quality of the university degree :
1) the need for training in the labour market,
2) research-based training and
3) the professional profile and level of training, as well as internal quality assurance, of training.
Paragraph 2. The detailed depth of the particulars referred to in paragraph 1. 1 the relevant criteria for the relevance and quality of the university education shall be shown in Appendix 1 of this Order Decision.
Paragraph 3. The descriptions of undergraduations, graduates and master training (type descriptions) in the qualification framework of higher education are used to assess the objectives of training courses for learning exchange, cf. Annex 2.
§ 3. In the case of training, which may lead to the exercise of regulated professions and to which authority is required, the accreditation council shall lay down additional criteria to ensure that training meets training and appropriate requirements for training ; the area. The Council must, before this, discuss the content of the training with the authority issuing authority to the performance of the professions in question.
§ 4. The accreditation council shall make the relevant relevance and quality criteria set out in section 2 (2). 1, and in the Annex 1 of the notice, in measuring and documentation points. The Council must publish its practices.
The approval process
§ 5. The university is asking the Accreditation Council for accreditation and approval, cf. Section 1 (1). 1, or accreditation, cf. Section 1 (1). 2. The request shall be accompanied by evidence that the Ping Panels of the universities shall be provided, cf. The $13a of university law has been involved.
Paragraph 2. The university nominates for training after paragraph 1 (1). 1, for the advice of the adorderment of training within the rates of tariffs, the title, specific access requirements for undergraduations, the standard course of study time, and any setting of a maximum ceiling for the approach ; for the training.
§ 6. Meetings of the Accreditation Council of the university's recommendation in accordance with section 5 (5). 2, the Council shall give its opinion on this to the University and City of Construction. The accreditation council can accommodate an existing education at a positive or conditional positive accreditation, cf. Section 7 of the Act of Accreditation for higher education. The setting up for a new training may only be accommodated by a positive accreditation, cf. Section 9 of the law.
Paragraph 2. The status of the university and construction management board shall be issued no later than 5 working days after the training has been accredited.
Paragraph 3. The council does not meet the university's recommendation in accordance with section 5 (5). 2, the Council shall notify this to the university no later than 5 working days after the training has been accredited. The university can then present an objection within 10 working days. No later than 20 working days after the training has been accredited, the Council shall at last give its opinion on the University and City of Construction.
§ 7. The university and construction management board shall, within 10 working days after the reception of the Accreditation Council, on section 6, accompanied by the necessary information, a decision on the status of training in the field of financial law ; the rates, title, specific access requirements for undergraduations, established training courses, and any setting of maximum levels for the access to training, cf. however, paragraph 1 The University of the University and the Construction Authority shall immediately announce the decision to the council and the university.
Paragraph 2. The University and the Construction Management Board shall submit cases relating to section 10 (4). 3, in the Act of Accreditation for Education of the Ministry of Science, Technologies and Development and the Department of Education. The one in paragraph 1. The time limit for this period shall not apply to such cases.
Paragraph 3. Decisions pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 may not be brought to higher administrative authority.
§ 8. In the cases in which the university's position is in accordance with section 5 (5). 2, accommodated, the accreditation Council shall decide on the approval of an education after paragraph 10 (1). 1, in the case of the Accreditation Accreditation institution, as soon as and within 8 working days after the University of the College and the Construction Authority have taken a decision in accordance with section 7 (2). 1.
Paragraph 2. The approval of the Council shall be communicated without delay to the university and by the University and Trade Council. The decision shall be published accordingly.
Paragraph 3. In the cases in which the university's position is in accordance with section 5 (5). The Council shall consult the university as soon as possible and no later than 8 working days after the University and Construction Authority has taken a decision in accordance with section 7 (2). 1, if the university will
1) the training of the conditions or conditions laid down by the University and Construction Management Board ; or
2) withdraw the application.
Case management, complaint, etc.
§ 9. The case management of the credit institution is subject to the rules of the administrative act.
Paragraph 2. The accreditation council may after Section 5 (5). 3, no. 1, in the case of the Accreditation Accreditation institution, it is decided that an application for accreditation and approval shall be suspended if the university fails to comply with one of the Council a reasonable period of time in order to provide information, it is necessary for the Council to take a decision.
§ 10. Complains of the legal issues at the decisions of the Accreditation Council may be invited by the Parties to the University and Construction Management Board no later than 14 days after the decision has been notified to the party, cf. Section 14, paragraph 14. 2, in the Act of Accreditation for higher education, the Accreditation institution.
Paragraph 2. Decisions pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 may not be brought to higher administrative authority.
§ 11. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January, 2010.
Paragraph 2. Publication no. 1030 of 22. August 2007 on criteria for the relevance and quality of university education and the procedure for the approval of university training courses.
Criteria : Needs for the training on the labour market
Criteria 1 : Need for training
By accreditation of new training :
-WHAT? The institution must account for the training of the training and to identify the recipients for future graduates.
-WHAT? The institution must make it likely that there is a need for training and that appropriate appots and tagerpanels have been involved in the development of the training and, where appropriate, account for the distinctive characteristics of the training in relation to related matters ; education.
-WHAT? The institution shall describe the labour market situation of graduates from related training.
By accreditation of existing training :
-WHAT? The institution shall demonstrate that it forms part of an ongoing dialogue with takers, tageries and graduates for the purpose of continuing to ensure the relevance and quality of education.
-WHAT? The institution must demonstrate that the graduates find relevant employment.
Criteria-Bar II : Research-based training
Criteria 2 : The training is based on research and is linked to a high quality research environment
-WHAT? The training shall provide students knowledge, skills and competencies based on research in the field of the relevant field (s) and, where appropriate, based on the interaction between research and practice.
-WHAT? The training is organised by active researchers.
-WHAT? Students are being taught to the level of active researchers.
-WHAT? The education has a close connection with an active research environment.
-WHAT? The research environment behind education is of a high quality, as documented in relevant research indicators.
Criteria III : The professional profile and level of education and internal quality assurance training
Criteria 3 : The professional profile and objectives of education and training targets.
-WHAT? There is a correlation between the training objectives of learning training, the name of education and the title to which education is given the right.
-WHAT? The training objectives of the training yield shall meet the appropriate type description (undergraduate, candidate or master) of the Danish qualification framework for higher education, cf. Annex 2.
Criteria 4 : Structure and organisation of education and training
-WHAT? The training is organised in a way that supports the training objectives of learning training, the specific access requirements of the training and the test.
-WHAT? The teaching is phased out in pedagogical and qualified by the subclasses.
-WHAT? The physical relationship of education is appropriate for the training and the number of students.
-WHAT? The training is organised so that students have the opportunity to enter into an international studio environment.
Criteria 5 : Ongoing internal quality assurance of training
-WHAT? The training shall be satisfactorily included in the institution ' s system of quality assurance, cf. European standards and guidelines for the universities ' internal quality assurance of education.
Descriptions of the ordinal degrees in Denmark (type descriptions)
Descriptions of the higher degrees below the continuing education system for adults in Denmark (type descriptions)
1) The training shall have an internship corresponding to at least three months.
2) The training includes an internship corresponding to at least six months.
3) A professional undergraduate training may also be organised as a self-employed over-building training for one or more vocational training courses with a duration of at least 90 ECTS inat Three months internship.
4) Propedeutic training may be approved for the degree of acceptance of undergraduate training to a maximum of 60 ECTS. In the case of individual training, it may be approved that the level of training exceeds 180 ECTS due to a paid internship.
5) In the case of candidate training, which is organised for the purposes of secondary education training, it may be approved that the training should be extended by 30 ECTS when the selection is outside the area of the central trade area. Single candidate education has been approved to have an extent equal to the 180 ECTS.
6) Specifies the type of institution that is the principal rule providing the severity of the severity. There are exceptions to the rule, for example, an acquisitions can be approved for the provision of professional qualifications, just as the HD (business-economic diplomas) is offered by universities.
7) Specifies the type of institution that is the principal rule providing the severity of the severity. There are exceptions to the rule, for example, an acquisitions can be approved for the provision of professional qualifications, just as the HD (business-economic diplomas) is offered by universities.