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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Test Forms Purpose the holding of samples, etc.
Chapter 4 Evaluation, etc.
Chapter 5 curriculum requirements for Chapter 6 diploma, etc.
Chapter 7 complaints about samples, etc.
Chapter 8 Other rules Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Examiner Corps Censors entry into force and transitional provisions The full text of the notice of examination and evaluation by university education (exam notice) pursuant to § 8 (1) and (2), section 8 (a), paragraph 1, and section 34, paragraph 1, of the law on universities (University law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 754 of 17. June 2010, fixed: § 1. The notice shall apply for the exam and censorship by bachelor's and master's degrees as well as masters courses and other part-time education after University Act, unless otherwise specified in the notice for the training.
(2). The rules on first year test at bachelor's program, see. §§ 15-17, and on the retaken and ill try, see. § 18, does not apply to students who are admitted to the bachelor's and master's programmes in accordance with the rules on part-time education, see. notice of part-time education at the universities (part-time Executive order).
Title I Chapter 1 purpose of section 2 of the Exam. The purpose of the exam is to assess to what extent the students meet the academic goals set for education courses/elements in the curriculum. The final sample provides the basis for the issue of the diploma, without prejudice. Article 29, paragraph 1.
(2). The University provides the curriculum for training precise's specifications and criteria for the assessment of targets for individual subjects/elements, culminating in a sample, see. notice on the grading scale and the other judgement by university education (nature of the notice).
Chapter 2 Sample Forms section 3. Sample form to accommodate the individual subjects/fagelements purpose.
(2). The samples have to be organised as individual samples, see. However, paragraph 6.
(3). By individual samples shall be taken to mean: 1) Examination and the reply will be done individually, see. However, paragraph 5.
2) to be made an individual assessment and individual characters.
(4). There can only be a separate character for a written task response, prepared by several students, if the individual student's contributions cannot be ascertained, such as to ensure that an individual assessment takes place.
(5). If is not given a separate character for a written task response, prepared by several students, can exam paper included in assessment by a subsequent individual oral or other sample of each student, see. section 4, paragraph 2.
(6). University and property agency may exempt from the provisions of paragraph 2, if it is essential to document the achievement of fagelementets purposes. However, this does not apply, as regards paragraph 3, nr. 2. Paragraph 7. If each student so wishes, should the University ensure that the student will have the opportunity to deliver an individual writing task response instead of a task response, prepared by several students, see. paragraphs 4 and 5. However, this does not apply for tests, where the Agency has exempted in accordance with paragraph 6.
§ 4. The training must include a variety of sample forms to reflect the teaching contents and forms of work, and which may be 1) oral, written and practical tests, 2) participation in education, courses, exercises, etc., 3) combinations of nr. 1-2, or 4) project-oriented course, possibly related to areas outside the University in Denmark or abroad.
(2). It can be determined in the curriculum, to be preceded by the assessment of the task response to be held lecture on or oral defense of the exam paper. The assessment is done when on the basis of an overall assessment of the written task response and the oral performance, see. section 3, paragraph 5.
Chapter 3 the holding of samples, etc.
§ 5. Oral tests are public, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3, unless they are subject to an agreement under section 43 (2).
(2). Clinical samples with patient participation is public only with the patient's permission.
(3). The University may derogate from the provisions of paragraph 1, if there are special circumstances, including where the interests of the students speak for it. In addition, the University can limit access to try the premises of space reasons, and individuals can be denied entry or expelled if found necessary in order to ensure the necessary calmness and order in connection with the sample.
(4). There is a lecture about or oral defense of a task response, see. section 4, paragraph 2, or take the test based on a task response and is the answer prepared by several students, these students must not be present in the Chamber, before they will be examined.
(5). Audio and/or video recordings during a trial is not allowed, unless the footage included as part of the test cycle. The recordings made since by the University.
(6). Only the examiner and examiner must be present during their deliberations at the oral tests, see. § 20. The University may, however, provide that future examiners must attend an assessment.
§ 6. In education, offered in Danish, conducting tests on Danish, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3, unless it is part of the test designed to demonstrate the student's skills in a foreign language. Tests may, however, be in Swedish and Norwegian, rather than Danish, unless it is part of the purpose of the test to demonstrate proficiency in Danish.
(2). The University may, incidentally, where conditions make it possible, allow students to take a test in a foreign language. It shall not, however, apply if it is part of the purpose of the test to demonstrate proficiency in Danish or in a particular second foreign language.
(3). Teaching in a profession has been carried out in a foreign language, must undergo a test in that language, unless it is part of the test designed to demonstrate the student's skills in a second language. The University may derogate from this rule.
(4). In education, offered in English or other foreign languages, conducting tests on the offered language, unless it is part of the test designed to demonstrate the student's skills in a second language. The University may derogate from this rule.
§ 7. The University offers special test conditions for students with physical or mental impairments and to students with a mother tongue other than Danish, when the University believes that it is necessary to equate these with other students in the test situation. It is a prerequisite that the offer is no change of the test level.
§ 8. The University may conduct examinations as video conferencing or using other technical measures. The University must ensure that the security measures in connection with the organisation of such a test similar to what commonly applies to the conduct of the test. University appoints or approves supervisor, who should be with the students during the test. Examiner and examiner can reside anywhere other than the student, but to examine and give its assessment in accordance with the applicable rules in General.
§ 9. The University lays down rules concerning disciplinary measures in cases of exam cheating and disruptive behaviour by exam.
§ 10. The University may establish rules on the use of computers by the samples in the curriculum.
Samples abroad section 11. The University may conduct examinations on a Danish representation or other places abroad, when this is justified by the fact that the students for practical or economic reasons cannot take part in the University's examinations in Denmark, and when the student and he or she try place is consent. Organisation of Danish samples abroad shall take place in accordance with the Executive order rules in General.
(2). The University shall appoint or approve the supervisors and other persons who are to be responsible for the practical execution of the test abroad.
§ 12. The University holds the Special costs associated with sample organisation abroad.
(2). By conducting tests on Danish representations abroad will find the notice of payment for service operations in foreign service application.
(3). The University may leave the student wholly or partially pay for the expenses incurred by the University has incurred in connection with the test organization. It is a condition that the student in advance in writing, have declared themselves willing to pay those costs. The University can make sample holding of that amount must be paid in advance.
Number of sample tests section 13. A passed test cannot be taken on, see. nature of the order.
(2). The students have 3 sample attempts to pass a test, etc., see. However, section 15. The University may allow additional testing, if there are exceptional circumstances. Lack of suitability of the study is not an unusual ratio.
(3). A student who second time must have its educational participation judged without prejudice. § 4 (1) (8). 2 may require to audition instead. Educational participation, which is linked to practical exercises, however, can not be replaced by a test.
(4). A student receiving an offer of catch-up session pursuant to section 19, paragraph 3, article 34, paragraph 1, no. 2, or section 39 (1) (8). 3, shall not be regarded as an trial testing in accordance with paragraph 2.
Registration for the samples section 14. At registration of the student for a course/module, etc., which are associated with one or more tests, the student is automatically enrolled to the sample or samples. The University establishes at the same time, a deadline for timely cancellation from the sample, see. However, paragraph 3.
(2). If cancellation is not available, the test shall be considered timely with respect to number of sample tests have been started, see. section 13, paragraph 2.
(3). When the University has set a deadline for graduate thesis, see. bekendtgørelse om bachelor-and master's programmes at the universities (Education Ordinance), can (UN) does not take place, and there is used a try attempt, see. section 13, paragraph 2, if the student does not return the thesis within the prescribed time limit.
(4). The University may grant a derogation from paragraphs 1 to 3, including the time-limits laid down, if there are exceptional circumstances.
First year test at bachelor's degree § 15. The University provides the curriculum for the bachelor's degree programme, which tests the student must participate in before the end of the first year of study after study start (first year examinations). The student must pass the tests, which included the latest in first year examinations, before the end of the student's second academic year following the academic year in order that the students can continue training. This applies regardless of whether the student at the time, have conducted 3 test trials, without prejudice. section 13, paragraph 2.
§ 16. For undergraduate courses beginning 1. September, the result of the first trial experiments, see. section 15, at the latest, be granted the students before the 1. August the following year. If the test is not passed, the student can register for latest catch-up session in august, the result of which must be notified to the students by the end of september.
(2). For undergraduate courses beginning 1. February, the outcome of the first trial experiments, see. § 15, be communicated to the student within the 1. February the following year.
§ 17. The University can grant a derogation from the time limits laid down in section 15 and section 16, if there are exceptional circumstances.
Retaken and ill try § 18. On education, where there is exam term at the end of the fall semester, students who have participated in an ordinary trial without passing this, have the opportunity to go to retaken in the same exam termin or in immediate extension, however at the latest in February. On education, where there is exam term at the end of the spring semester, students who have participated in an ordinary trial without passing this, have the opportunity to go to retaken in the same exam termin or in immediate extension, however, most recently in august. Similarly, if students have been prevented from taking part in an ordinary trial due to illness.
(2). On education, where there are several exam deadlines than in paragraph 1, the students who have participated in an ordinary trial without passing this, have the opportunity to go to catch-up session as soon as possible, but not later than 6 months after the holding of the annual test. Similarly, if students have been prevented from taking part in an ordinary trial due to illness.
(3). The students have not passed a catch-up session or ill try to be held according to the rules laid down in paragraphs 1 and 2, the students have the opportunity to participate in the next annual examination.
(4). It can be determined in the curriculum, to omprøven or diseased sample has another trial or evaluation form than the regular test, see. section 4, paragraph 1, and article 20. It shall not, however, apply to the bachelor project, Master thesis or master's project.
Errors or defects in the sample, etc.
§ 19. The University will be in connection with a sample point out errors and omissions, acting University, where appropriate after consultation of the competent authority or for sample responsible, decision on how the fault or defect can be remedied.
(2). By errors or omissions of the particularly serious nature, or where it may be considered the most correct way to remedy the defect or lack of, can the University to cancel the test and arrange an extraordinary retaken.
(3). By other significant deficiencies than those referred to in paragraph 2 may provide University offer of an extraordinary retaken. The offer must in this case be given to all students whose trial suffers from the specific error or deficiency. A student who has participated in the extraordinary catch-up session, can choose to keep the originally given rating.
Chapter 4 Evaluation, etc.
§ 20. The samples are either internal or external.
(2). Internal tests shall be carried out by the assessment of one or more trainers (examiners) appointed by the University among teachers at the University.
(3). By the external evaluation tests shall be carried out by one or more examiners and of one or more examiners, who are appointed by the University and property agency, see. section II on censorship.
(4). External tests will cover essential areas of education including bachelor thesis, master's thesis and master project. At least 1/3 of a training total ECTS credits must be documented by external tests. It does not apply to merit-borne samples, see. section 30.
(5). The assessment of a student's educational participation, without prejudice. § 4 (1) (8). 2, carried out by the instructor by the concerned education.
§ 21. Examiner and examiner must during their deliberations take notes on rendering and character setting to use for treatment of a potential appeal. The notes must be kept for at least one year, and in addition, until a potential appeal is completed.
§ 22. When a trial is begun, must be given a rating, unless the test is interrupted due to illness that warrant medical test.
(2). Aborting a try due to eviction, there must not be given a rating, and the student has used a test trials, without prejudice. section 13, paragraph 2.
§ 23. By rating be given grades according to the 7-step-scale or the assessment pass/fail or Approved/Not approved, without prejudice. nature of the order. Bachelor thesis, master's thesis and master project be judged according to the 7-step-scale. For educational participation, etc., see. § 4 (1) (8). 2, given the assessment pass/fail or Approved/Not approved. In the curriculum lays down rules on the extent to which the student must have participated in education, etc.
(2). The assessment pass/fail or Approved/Not approved may be used by tests that covers 1/3 of the ECTS credits. It does not apply to merit transferred the samples, see. section 30.
§ 24. In the assessment of bachelor thesis, master's thesis, master's project and other major written assignments must be in addition to the professional content also places emphasis on the student's spelling and formulation capacity, see. § 6. In the curriculum lays down rules on how the spelling and eloquence are part of the overall assessment of exam performance, as the professional content, however, weighting the longest one, unless the subject/fagelementet is language or foreign language.
(2). Bachelor thesis, master's thesis and master project must be provided with a summary in a foreign language. If the bachelor thesis, master's thesis or master's project is written in a foreign language, except for the Norwegian and Swedish, the summary is written in Danish. In the curriculum lays down how the summary is included in the overall assessment of academic achievement, and the language in which the summary can or should be written on.
(3). The University may grant derogations from paragraph 1 for students who demonstrate a relevant specific disability, unless the spelling and eloquence are an essential part of the test purpose.
§ 25. The University may impose rules on printing and converting the price tasks.
(2). The University may, in respect of each education stipulate that a thesis can be converted to a specialty. A thesis that has got the gold medal, will be converted to grade 12.
Publication of the assessment section 26. By samples, where the rating is not communicated to the students immediately after the test, the University shall determine a date for when the evaluation will be published.
(2). The date referred to in paragraph 1 must be within 4 weeks after the test organization, see. However, section 16 and shall be communicated to the students at the same time with the announcement of the test organisation either by opening or otherwise. In the calculation of the 4 weeks July not included.
(3). For bachelor thesis, master's thesis and master project assessment, however, must be published within 2 months after that the project/thesis is submitted for assessment. In the calculation of the 2 months July not included.
(4). The University may grant an exception in paragraph 1-3 period prescribed, if there are special circumstances. If the assessment cannot be implemented for the prescribed date, the University must notify the student thereof as soon as possible with a justification and an indication of when the evaluation will be published.
Chapter 5 curriculum requirements § 27. In the curriculum for each training shall be determined:
1) Rules of sample forms, including whether the sample is oral or written, and whether the student may choose between several sample forms, as well as the number of students who must participate in a task response, see. § 3 and § 4, paragraph 1.
2) rules on participation in education, etc., and delivery of written assignments, etc., which is a prerequisite to participate in the sample or a part of the sample referred to in article 6. § 3 and § 4, paragraph 1.
3) Any rules on organization of lecture or oral defense of a task response, see. section 4, paragraph 2.
4) rules for exam language, see. § 6.
5) any rules about special test conditions for students, see. § 7.
6) any rules on the use of the computer by the samples, see. § 10.
7) rules on the location of the samples in the educational process, including which tests the student must participate in before the end of the first year of study at the bachelor's degree programme, see. § 15.
8) rules on the retaken and ill try, see. § 18.
9) Rules about which tests there are external, see. Article 20, paragraph 4.
10) Rules about which tests are given characters, and by which samples provided the assessment pass/fail or Approved/Not approved, without prejudice. § 23.
11) rules on the extent to which the student must have participated in teaching by teaching the participation form, see sample. Article 23, paragraph 1, last paragraph.
12) Rules on how the student's spelling and verbal ability are included in the overall assessment of exam performance, see. Article 24, paragraph 1.
13) Rules on how the summary included in assessment, and the language in which the summary can or should be written on the meaning. Article 24, paragraph 2.
14) rules on subsamples, beståkrav, exam result, etc., see. character of the Executive order on Chapter 3.
(2). It must be reflected in the curriculum, the University, if there are exceptional circumstances, may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, there only is provided by the University.
Orientation of the students about exam regulations, section 28. It is the responsibility of the University to inform and guide the students about the exam rules, which apply to the individual training.
Chapter 6 diploma, etc.
section 29. The University issuing the diploma for completed education, see. (2). The proof must be sent to the graduates within 2 months after the evaluation of the final test is published. In the calculation of the 2 months July not included.
(2). The certificate shall be drawn up in the Danish, see. However, paragraph 4, and shall at least specify: 1) The name and social security number of graduates or other similar unique identifier.
2) the University's name.
3) The designation training gives a right to on Danish/latin and English.
4) Education standardisation specified in ECTS credits, including any propædeutisk teaching.
5) The bachelor's degree or other training that forms the basis for the master's degree.
6) The elements that are carried out at the test in, or which in any other way is documented, with an indication of the extent of ECTS credits.
7) Merit-borne samples, see. section 30.
8) Exam language, if the sample is carried out in a foreign language, see. § 6.
9) They achieved ratings, see. Article 23, paragraph 1, and, where appropriate, the average of the total exam score, see. nature of the order.
10) a competency profile, which describes the training.
(3). If the University issuing the diploma for a training which is conducted as a parallel course and joint training, also applies to rules laid down in the Ordinance on parallel courses and joint training. If the University issuing the diploma of an Erasmus Mundus master's degree, also applies to the rules of the Executive order on classified teaching and Erasmus Mundus master's programmes at the universities.
(4). The graduates can expect to get his diploma, drawn up in English.
(5). As an annex to the diploma issuing an English-language University Diploma Supplement in accordance with the model developed on the basis of the EU-Commission, Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES's standard model, which describes the education and professional direction, content, level and aim as well as providing information about the University and about its means education and placement in the Danish educational system.
(6). The certificate must not contain information on specific test conditions, see. § 7 and § 24, paragraph 3.
(7). Total proof of training which is carried out by several universities and other educational institutions, issued by the University where the student is admitted and enrolled for that training.
(8). Leaving the student training without completing the University shall issue, at the request of the student documentation for the successful parts of the training specified in ECTS credits.
section 30. The University has approved that a passed courses/course/module from a Danish or foreign higher education institution merit transferred, should the assessment be transferred as pass/Approved. If that course/module is assessed according to the 7-step-scale by both educational institutions, transferred the assessment with the characters. If a subject/course/module is carried out by a foreign educational institution, it must be set out in an annex to the diploma, which nature has been achieved after the grading scale used by that institution, as well as a summary of the grading scale used.
section 31. The University holds the information needed to issue certificates in 30 years after the end of the test or exam. Next, the information shall be returned to the State Archives.
Chapter 7 complaints about samples, etc.
section 32. Complaints about the tests or other assessment, included in the examination shall be submitted by the student to the University. The complaint must be in writing and reasoned.
(2). The complaint must be submitted within 2 weeks after the assessment has been published. However, this period shall begin at the earliest from the date provided for the publication of the basic regulation. section 26.
(3). The University may grant derogations from the appeal time limit referred to in paragraph 2, if there are exceptional circumstances.
section 33. That can, among other things. complaints: 1) Legal questions.
2) Examination base (questions, tasks and the like).
(2). If the complaint relates to the assessment or other matters relating to the evaluators, submit to the University immediately appeal for evaluators, which shall have a period of 2 weeks to issue an opinion on the rating guides etc. in the complaint. The University may provide that examiners are given a longer period, if there are special circumstances. In the calculation of the Examiners ' time limit included July not. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the Examiners ' opinion within a time limit of at least 1 week.
(3). The University shall take a decision in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article, see. (2) on the basis of the opinion of the evaluators and the complainant's comments on the opinion.
(4). The University will be in dealing with a complaint, point out errors or defects in a sample, find the rules in section 19 shall apply.
§ 34. The University's decision, which must be in writing and reasoned, can go out on 1) offer of new rating (reassessment), oral tests, 2) bid for new trial (retaken), or 3) to the complainant not dismissed in the complaint.
(2). The University shall, as soon as possible, give the complainant and the examiners, see. section 33 (2), notice of the decision.
section 35. The complainant shall, within 2 weeks after the University's decision is communicated to the complainant, accept offers of reassessment or retaken. Reassessment or catch-up session must take place as soon as possible. If the diploma is issued, without prejudice. Article 29, paragraph 1, should the University involve proof until the assessment is available, and, where appropriate, issue a new certificate.
(2). By reassessment and retaken appointed new examiners and examiners, see. section 59 (1). 4, of the censor-in-Office.
(3). By reassessment must be provided by presenting the documents in the case, including the reviewers task, the answer to the complaint, the original bedømmeres, opinion, the complainant's comments and the University's decision.
(4). The assessment by the reassessment and catch-up session, which can result in a lower nature, shall be notified to the University by the evaluators. By reassessment of written tests shall attach to the examiners a written justification for the rating. Assessment after reassessment and catch-up session cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, section 42, paragraph 1.
Appeals Board § 36. A complainant who has not upheld the complaint without prejudice. section 34 (1). 3, may refer the decision of the University academic question, see. section 33 (1). 2-4, for one of the University Appeals Board set up, see. § 37, acting.
(2). The complainant shall submit the appeal to the University. The appeal must be in writing and reasoned.
(3). The appeal must be submitted within 2 weeks after the University's decision is communicated to the complainant.
(4). The University may grant a derogation from the time limit referred to in paragraph 3, if there are exceptional circumstances.
section 37. University reduces the appeal as soon as possible after the submission of an appeal. There may be reduced permanent Appeals Board.
(2). The Committee consists of two court-appointed examiners, a teacher and a student eligible examination within the subject area.
(3). Censor-in-Office referred to in article 6. section 49, paragraph 1, shall be appointed by the two censors. The President shall appoint an examiner of the censors, as Chairman of the Board. The President can appoint himself as censor censor or as President.
(4). The University shall be appointed by the teacher and the student.
(5). The Appeals Board company covered by the Act on administrative procedures, including the rules on conflict of interest and confidentiality.
section 38. To the Appeals Board can be a quorum, all Committee members participate in the Board's discussion, and all the documents in the case be sent to all members. The discussion can be carried out in writing, including by electronic means, if there is a consensus among the Committee members about the written treatment of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 2. The discussion must be carried out in such a way, that the complainant's personal information is protected (confidential communications).
(2). There is no consensus in the Board of appeal, ends the discussion at a meeting where all of the Committee members must be present. Ends the discussion with a vote, and there is a tie, the Chairman's vote is important.
(3). The Appeals Board shall take a decision in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article, see. (2) on the basis of the material that formed the basis for the University's decision and on the basis of the reasoned appeals.
(4). The Appeals Board will be in the context of the examination of an appeal point out errors or defects in a sample will inform the University accordingly, and the rules laid down in section 19 shall apply.
§ 39. Appeal Board's decision, which must be in writing and reasoned, can go out on 1) offer, to the Appeals Board judge sample, including increases and decreases the character or change the assessment pass/Not Pass and not authorized/approved for another assessment, oral tests, 2) offer of new rating (reassessment) by different assessors, oral tests, 3) bid for new trial (retaken) by different assessors or 4) that the complainant not dismissed in the complaint.
(2). Reassessment and retaken follow the rules in section 35, and assessment cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, section 42, paragraph 1.
§ 40. The decision of the Appeals Board shall be notified to the University as soon as possible and at the latest 2 months after the appeal has been filed. In the calculation of the 2 months July not included.
(2). Appeal can not be processed within the time limit laid down in paragraph 1, to the University as soon as possible, inform the complainant accordingly with a statement of the reasons therefor and information about when the appeal is expected to be finalised.
§ 41. The University gives the complainant as soon as possible, notice of appeal the Board's decision.
(2). The Appeals Board decision cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, section 42, paragraph 1.
§ 42. Appeal against decisions under section 33, paragraph 3, article 35, paragraph 4, or section 38, paragraph 3, may be brought before the University, if the complaint concerns the legal issues.
(2). The complaint must be lodged with the University no later than 2 weeks after the decision is communicated to the student.
(3). The University may grant a derogation from paragraph 2, where there are exceptional circumstances.
(4). The University's decision pursuant to paragraph 1 may be referred to the University and property agency, see. § 46.
Chapter 8 Other rules § 43. The University must respect the student's intellectual property rights to the results, and similar products obtained in connection with a trial.
(2). If rehearsal involving parties outside the University, including enterprises, institutions, etc., it is agreed between the University, the students and the third party, the extent to which the University, the student or the third party under respect of applicable intellectual property rules are eligible to use the results, products and the like, obtained during the test process, including any information relating to the third party's conditions that occur in the task, must be published.
§ 44. The student can continue training under the University's handling of a complaint or appeal in accordance with Chapter 7.
§ 45. University and property agency may exempt from the Executive order rules in section i of the exam when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.
Complaints about the University's decisions section 46. The University's final decisions in accordance with section I of the exam in this Ordinance may be brought before the University and property agency of it, the decision relates (the complainant), when the complaint relates to legal questions. The closing date for the submission of the complaint is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.
(2). The complaint shall be submitted to the University, which shall deliver its opinion. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the University's opinion within a time limit of at least 1 week. The University will send the complaint to the Agency attached to the opinion and the complainant's comments.
Title II Chapter 9 external examiners Censorship section 47. University and property agency counsel nationwide Corps of Examiners (external examiners with the appointed censors).
(2). An external examiners include bachelor's and master's degrees as well as masters courses and other part-time education after University law within the same professional or related area, as one or more universities are authorized to provide. For the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences undergraduate and graduate programmes, consisting of a central subjects, see. the Education Ordinance, there may, however, create an external examiners for each subject.
(3). Before the Accreditation Council approves an education/central subjects, see. law on Accreditation institution of higher education to establish University and property agency, which external examiners training/core subjects should be linked.
(4). An overview of external examiners are available in University and building Administration website.
section 48. External evaluator Corps must be composed in such a way that the total Corps 1) covers all the subjects/elements included in education/key subjects, and the employment areas, such as education and training aims, 2) that included persons who have their main employment outside the University on one of the areas of employment, education and training aims, 3) to achieve an even distribution of female and male censors, and 4) that, for the training/core subjects where appropriate, included censors assigned to foreign universities.
§ 49. For each external examiners shall be elected by and among the censors, see. Chapter 10, a Presidency, consisting of a Chairman and one or more Vice-Presidents of the examiner. The previous censor Presidency is organising the elections.
(2). Censor the Presidency represents the censors in the examiner Corps over for universities and University and property agency.
(3). The new censor Presidency inform universities ' rectors and University and property agency about the elections in accordance with paragraph 1.
(4). By appointment of new external examiners, see. section 47, paragraph 1, shall be chaired the function in paragraph 1, and section 56 (1), the first time by the University or universities in the community.
§ 50. Censor the presidency after consultation with the University or universities allocate tasks for censorship among the censors in nanotoxicology, see. However, § 56, paragraph 4. Censor the Presidency distributes tasks, how to censor the censors regularly and at least every second year is assigned the external examiners ' tasks. Where the examiner Corps covers several universities, the censors, as far as possible, be assigned tasks by more than a University examiner in appointment period, see. section 56 (3). In the allocation shall take account of any special conditions with regard to the second examiner in fagkyndighed in connection with the individual samples.
(2). Censor the Presidency must as part of quality assurance of education test and exam system 1) set the censors to appoint, in accordance with article 3. section 56 (1), (2)) to advise universities on the test form and content, see. section 59 (1). 2, 3) submit an annual report to the universities on the basis of reports, see censorernes. section 59 (1). 3, 4) respond to consultations on programme regulations and major changes in education curricula, which affect test and exam system, and 5), incidentally, be available to the University, including customer panels, through the development of new test forms.
(3). Censor Presidency contributes to an ongoing dialogue on the development of test and examination system's quality, including exam tasks quality, at least every two years to hold the external examiners ' meetings with censors in nanotoxicology and contact meetings between the universities, including customer panels, and censors.
§ 51. The censors shall not be employed by the University or by the faculty, if the University is divided into the main areas where they will act as censors, unless there is another training/core subjects, than the censoren researcher and lecturer at. The University's Rector, deans, directors, Department managers and others in similar positions may not, however, act as censors at the University. It should be avoided to the extent possible, that examiners performing censorship functions for each other (mutual censorship).
(2). Censorernes work covered by the Act on administrative procedures, including the rules on conflict of interest and confidentiality.
§ 52. By a second examiner in decay, where it has not been possible to summon a second examiner, may appoint a person as University examiner, which meets the requirements of section 55.
(2). The University will inform as soon as possible censor the Presidency for the designation in accordance with paragraph 1.
§ 53. The University creates websites, where the examiner Corps members have access to up-to-date information about the courses/core subjects that are relevant to them, including this notice, nature of the notice and training curriculum, as well as other material relevant to the censorernes company.
(2). The University must prior to individual censorship tasks provide the censors with the material necessary for the censors to perform tasks.
§ 54. The universities shall bear the cost of censor of the Presidency and censorernes work, see. Staffing Agency's circular on hourly paid teaching as well as circular on remuneration of the examiner. Universities provide, subject to prior agreement with the censor Presidency administrative and practical assistance.
Chapter 10 the censors § 55. In order to be appointed as examiner must the person have 1) a relevant research-based education at the graduate level, 2) incoming and current knowledge of scientific disciplines, including to the subject's theory and methods, 3) specific competence in one or more academic areas, which are included in the training/central subjects and 4) current knowledge of education/central subject uses, including knowledge of the purchaser's situation and needs.
section 56. University and property agency appoints the censors on the recommendation of the external examiners ' Presidency.
(2). Censor the Presidency shall consult with the universities in setting is happening, taking into account the provisions of section 48 and section 55.
(3). External examiners are appointed for 4 years at a time, see. However, paragraph 4. For each new appointment period replaced at least one quarter of the censors in nanotoxicology. There may, within the period are hereby appointed additional censors, including in those cases where new approved courses you want to associate the nanotoxicology, see. section 47, paragraph 3.
(4). Censor the Presidency may in exceptional cases appoint censors for stand-alone censorship tasks.
(5). Following a reasoned recommendation from the Presidency or a University examiner may University and property agency bring an end to the qualification in the external examiners ' period, if the Presidency considers that a second examiner in the University or work is not satisfactory.
§ 57. Censor topics can be found by a proposal from the Presidency, censor censor Corps, universities and by opening in trade journals, periodicals, etc.
§ 58. Examiner must ensure that the requirements for the contents of 1) of training samples are consistent with the objectives and other requirements laid down for training, including in the Education Ordinance and in the curriculum, 2) to the tests carried out in accordance with the applicable rules, and 3) that students are given a uniform and fair treatment that their performance get a reliable appraisal, that is in accordance with the rules for scoring in the nature of the notice including rules laid down to that effect in the education curriculum, and other rules for the training.
section 59. An examiner must 1) Act as external examiner at training/central subject external samples, see. Article 20, paragraph 3, 2) advise on the test system, including its form and content, and whether it works for its intended purpose and in accordance with the training/central subject and teaching goals, 3) at the end of the make a report about terminens exam exam course for the University and the Presidency, and 4) involved in the processing of complaints and anchor of samples, see. section 33, paragraph 2, article 35, paragraph 2, and section 37, paragraph 2.
(2). Notes censor that the circumstances referred to in section 58, not met, or get the censor presumption of substantial problems or deficiencies in the University's conduct of a training, the censor reporting thereon to the University, with a copy to the external examiners ' Presidency.
Title III entry into force and transitional provisions Chapter 11 entry into force and transitional provisions section 60. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. September 2010.
(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 867 of 19. August 2004 on the exam at university education (exam notice), see. However, paragraph 3.
(3). Executive Order No. 867 of 19. August 2004 on the exam at university education (exam notice) shall continue to apply for complaints about the tests, in which the test will be held before 1 May 2004. September 2010.
Ministry of science, technology and innovation, the 1. July 2010 Charlotte Sahl-Madsen/Gertie Lund
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