Overview (table of contents)
The full text of the Executive order on State performing arts school
Under section 10, section 11 and section 15, paragraph 2, of the law on the higher artistic education institutions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 868 of 26. August 2012, fixed: Chapter 1 Administration Rector
§ 1. The school is headed by a Rector, who has overall responsibility for the institution's business.
(2). The Rector shall act in all matters that are not by law, other legal provisions or the provisions of this order are assigned to other authorities.
(3). The Rector appoints and dismisses the staff of the institution.
(4). 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.
(5). The Rector shall ensure that the collegial bodies ' decisions are legal.
(6). The Rector shall set up a management that, at a minimum, consists of a representative of the theatre district and a representative of the dance area.
§ 2. The Rector is appointed by the Minister of culture.
(2). The Minister may decide that the recruitment is done on limited terms.
(3). The head teacher's employment can be extended.
§ 3. The President shall appoint a pro-Rector among the institution's permanent staff leaders or educators. Pro-Rector appointed for a limited period, which may not be longer than the head teacher's recruitment. Genudpegning can take place.
(2). Pro-Rector assists the Rector and is Rector's delegate.
§ 4. School Council is the institution's top collegiate body.
(2). School Council discusses and gives its opinion to the President: 1) the school's long-term business and development, school organization and structure), 2 3) curricula, 4) the school's budget and accounting, 5) all matters which have a significant impact for the entire school's organisation and activities and 6) proposal for rules of law, which are important for the school.
§ 5. School Council, which consists of 1 Chairman and 10 other members, shall be composed as follows: 1) Rector, as President, 2) 3 members as representative of teachers, 3) 4 members representing the students, 4) 1 member as a representative of the training officer, 5) 1 member as a representative of the technical staff and 6) 1 member as a representative of administrative staff.
(2). School Council elections to take place immediately after learning the beginning of the year.
(3). Representatives of the Faculty shall be elected by and among the teachers. At least one teacher must be representative of the dance area and at least 1 must be representative of the theatre district.
(4). Representatives of the students shall be elected by and among the school's students. At least 1 must be representative of the dance area and at least 1 must be representative of the theatre district.
(5). The representative of the education officer is elected by and among the school's training officer.
(6). Representatives of the technical and administrative staff shall be elected by and among the technical and administrative staff.
(7). The employees are elected for 2 years at a time. The students elected for 1 year at a time. Re-election can take place. For each Member of the School Council, apart from the Rector, an alternate will be selected.
(8). In the case of the head teacher's decay participant Pro-Rector in school Council meetings.
§ 6. School Council holds meeting, so often the Rector shall rise thereto, however, min. 3 times a year. The Rector convened meeting, when at least four 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.
(2). School Council is quorate when 2/3 of its members are present, including the Rector. Decisions are made by ordinary majority of votes. Are tied, is the head teacher's vote crucial.
(3). School Council shall adopt its rules of procedure.
§ 7. The Rector may set up committees and councils for the treatment of certain cases and to appoint representatives from the school to the committees, councils, and the like.
Chapter 2 training Purposes and structure
§ 8. The purpose of the training by the State performing arts school is to give the student knowledge, methodological skills and professional competence in the field of performing arts courses.
(2). The education at the State's performing arts school develops the student's artistic practice, methodology and professionalism and practical as well as theoretical learning through ensures that the student is qualified for a career as a professional in the field of performing arts and related fields.
(3). The Ministry of culture shall approve the institution's range of performing arts education, including experimental education.
§ 9. Performing arts courses include: 1) 4-year education in acting (240 ECTS).
2) 4-year education in scene instruction (240 ECTS).
3) 4-year degree in scenography (240 ECTS).
4) 4-year education in theatre technology with specializations in light, sound, stage production or performance management and accessory (240 ECTS).
5) 4-year education in contemporary dance (240 ECTS).
6) 4-year education in contemporary dance, specializing in choreography (240 ECTS).
(2). Offered Moreover, a 2-year-old performing arts education as the superstructure of dance agencies (120 ECTS).
(3). The training referred to in paragraph 1-2 lengths, indicates the number of students per year, to be taken into account in the planning of training. An FTE is a full-time student work in a year.
(4). A full time position for a student is equivalent to 60 points in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
§ 10. Graduates from the institution will be entitled to the following indications: 1) Actor, SKS.
2) stage Director, SKS.
3) set designer, SKS.
4) Theatre technician specializing in light, SKS.
5) Theatre technician specializing in audio, SKS.
6) Theatre technician specializing in stage production, SKS.
7) Theatre technician specializing in performance management and accessory, SKS.
8) Dancer, SKS.
9) Choreographer, SKS.
10) Dance facilitator, SKS.
§ 11. The decision on admission to the training taken by the institution after a concrete assessment of the applicant's abilities and suitability.
(2). The assessment conducted by an Admissions Committee, which consists of the Vice-Chancellor or a delegate appointed by the Rector, an education officer, a number of educators, students and at least 1 external censor 1 paragraph 3. The admission Committee members must be under some deliberation, make notes about the performance for personal use when preparing a potential appeal. The notes must be kept for at least 1 year, and in addition, until a potential appeal is completed.
(4). External examiners are appointed by the Culture Ministry on the recommendation of the institution. An examiner is only external, if he/she is not employed on the concerned educational direction in that academic year.
(5). The institution may require foreign applicants prior to the start of study shall demonstrate proficiency in Danish at a level set by the institution itself.
§ 12. The institution shall establish within this publication framework detailed rules on the admission procedure.
(2). The rules must include: 1) access basis, 2) procedure for filing and recording, 3) rating, 4) derogation and redress and 5) procedure by waiting lists.
§ 13. The Ministry of culture shall determine the activity charts after discussion with the institution.
§ 14. The institution occupies the applicants it deems best suited to recording by use of the established qualification criteria.
Performing arts education content
§ 15. Training at the State Theatre school consists of rounded educational courses and modules, which together provide the basis for the exercise of business functions within the performing arts and related fields.
§ 16. Training at the State Theatre school must 1) provide students with artistic based knowledge and experience with each contact and practice and methods, 2) provide students with knowledge of and experience with different types of cooperation in collective artistic processes, 3) put the students in a position to understand and reflect upon their own artistic practice, as well as relevant theory, 4) put the students in a position to apply artistic and artisanal methods , tools and forms of expression in different professional contexts.
(2). The institution shall lay down detailed rules concerning the individual programme elements in curricula, see. section 26 (2).
§ 17. The 4-year training course as well as the 4-year-old dance education with specialization in choreography concludes with a final project which is equivalent to 15 ECTS.
(2). The institution shall lay down detailed rules concerning the final project in curricular, see. section 26 (2). 2. § 18. The 2-year-old superstructure in the dance communication concludes with a final project which is equivalent to 30 ECTS.
(2). The institution shall lay down detailed rules concerning the final project in the curriculum of the basic regulation. section 26 (2). 2. Internship
§ 19. Elements of education may be replaced by the implementation of the internship.
(2). The internship must give the student a basis on which to organise further studies on the basis of knowledge of practical business.
(3). The institution shall lay down detailed rules concerning the curricular internship in see. section 26 (2). 8. evaluation, etc.
§ 20. There will be an assessment of the student at the end of each semester. In the mid-term evaluation and the assessment must be made in writing by the end of training. The assessment should also be made in writing, if it is negative.
(2). The assessment shall be carried out on the basis of a conversation between the student and the nearest training responsible and evt. one or more trainers designated by the training officer, cf. However, paragraph 6. The Rector may participate in assessment interviews.
(3). The assessment shall include an assessment of the student's 1) professional development, 2) participation in projects/performances etc. and 3) EVS. on that part of the training is pass/fail.
(4). For each assessment can be given by fags characters after the 7-step-scale. Curricular gives detailed rules on this matter see. section 26 (2). 5. Paragraph 5. The assessment shall also include practical advice on the nature and extent of the student's efforts in subsequent programme elements.
(6). The mid term evaluation and by closing the assessment must attend at least 1 external censor, as appointed by the Culture Ministry on the recommendation of the training. An examiner is only external, if he/she is not employed on training in the academic year in question.
(7). The institution shall lay down detailed rules concerning the assessment of the basic regulation. section 26 (2). 5. section 21. If the student in the case of repeated ratings do not meet the training requirements for professional development, the headmaster after conversation with the training officer and the student decide on relegering.
(2). The institution shall draw up guidelines for relegering.
§ 22. The institution may in connection with the reviews offer special terms for students with physical or mental disability, for students with a mother tongue other than Danish and to students with similar difficulties, when the school considers that this is necessary to equate such students with others by rating. It is a prerequisite that the offer is no lowering of the level of assessment.
Diploma for completed education
§ 23. The educational institution shall issue the evidence of completed education. The proof must in addition to contain information about the holder's name and the issuing authority shall indicate, as a minimum: 1) the designation, as training gives right to 2) the individual programme elements specified in ECTS credits, 3) they achieved ratings by Midway and issue ratings, which shall be annexed to the certificate, 4) merit-borne training elements specified in ECTS credits, 5) adjudication language, if the assessment is conducted in a foreign language other than Norwegian and Swedish and 6) education name translated into English.
(2). The finished skilled can require his proof, drawn up in English.
(3). As an annex to the certificate issuer institution an English-language Diploma Supplement in accordance with the EU Commission, the Council of Europe, UNESCO/CÈPES developed the standard model describes the education and professional direction, content, level and aim as well as provide information about the institution and its manner of means education and placement in the Danish educational system.
(4). The certificate must not contain information about specific conditions in the assessment, see. § 22.
(5). Total proof of training which is carried out by several educational institutions, issued by the institution where the student has studied last.
(6). For students who leave without having completed the training, the institution shall issue, at the request of the student documentation for educational participation and completed parts of the training specified in ECTS credits.
§ 24. The institution has approved that the successful programme elements for a Danish or foreign higher education institution merit transferred, transmitted the assessment as passed.
§ 25. The institution shall keep the information necessary to issue certificates in 30 years after the end of the test or exam. Next, the information shall be returned to the State Archives.
section 26. The institution shall lay down within the framework of the Executive order on modalities of education content in curricula.
(2). Study arrangements shall provide for: 1) admission and audition, 2) objectives, content and time scale of individual tasks, projects, final project, productions and other educational elements specified in ECTS credits, 3) a fagbeskrivelse of educational modules and individual training sessions, 4) participation in productions and projects, including final project, 5) rules on rating, 6) teaching and learning methods, 7) rules on merit, 8) internship, 9) leave , 10) expulsion and other disciplinary measures and 11) rules on the transitional arrangements referred to in article 6. section 35 (3).
(3). It must be reflected in the curriculum, that institution may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, there only is provided by the school itself.
(4). Curricular and significant amendments thereto shall enter into force upon learning the beginning of the year.
(5). Applicable curricula must be public available on the institution's website.
Leave of absence
§ 27. Students can get a leave of absence in accordance with the rules laid down by the institution, without prejudice. section 26 (2). 9. Paragraph 2 of this article. Leave may not be notified until the student has completed the 1. academic year, see. However, paragraph 3.
(3). Applied for leave of absence must be communicated if it is warranted on the grounds of maternity, adoption, documented illness, contract with the Defense about broadcast or UN service.
(4). The institution may, in exceptional cases, grant derogations from paragraph 2.
section 28. There are compulsory attendance for the institution's teaching.
(2). The institution shall lay down detailed rules concerning the absence as well as possible sanctions for breaches of the basic regulation. section 26 (2). 10. section 29. The institution may in each case or by General provisions of curricular decide that conducted the programme elements within a discipline/subject area from other Danish or foreign educational institutions ækvivalerer corresponding programme elements within a discipline/subject area by the institution (merit). The decision shall be taken on the basis of a professional assessment of the equivalence of the relevant programme elements.
(2). The institution's decision in accordance with paragraph 1, in respect of the refusal or partial rejection of the merit of the successful Danish or foreign elements may be brought before the Qualifying Board in accordance with the rules of the law on the evaluation of foreign educational qualifications etc.
section 30. The institution may organise training elements in cooperation with other higher education institutions.
section 31. The institution provider training and can provide advanced training in its areas of expertise.
section 32. The institution has with respect to the student's copyright ownership of the productions that occurs in connection with training, without prejudice to the solution to the task. However, paragraph 2.
(2). If the task process involving parties outside the institution, including enterprises, institutions, etc., it is agreed between the institution, the students and third parties, the extent to which the institution, the student and third party under respect of applicable copyright rules is entitled to apply the results obtained in the framework of the task cycle, including any information relating to the third party's conditions that occur in the task solutions, may be published.
Waiver and the right of appeal, etc.
section 33. The Ministry of culture may authorize derogation of publication as part of the trials. At the same time lays down the duration of the experiment and the reporting form.
(2). The Ministry of culture may dispense with notice, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.
§ 34. Complaints about the institution's decisions pursuant to this order shall be submitted to the institution.
(2). The institution's decision may, when the complaint relates to a legal question about a student-to-student ratio, be referred to the Ministry of culture. The complaint shall be submitted to the school, which shall deliver its opinion that the complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment within a period of not less than 1 week. The institution will then send the complaint to the Ministry attached to the opinion and the complainant's comments to do so.
(3). The deadline for filing a complaint in accordance with paragraph 1. and (2) is at 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.
Transitional and commencement provisions
section 35. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. September 2012.
(2). At the same time as the entry into force of repealed executive order bekendtgørelse nr. 744 of 5. July 2004 on the Danish National School of theatre.
(3). The institution shall establish detailed transitional rules for students who began training before the 1. September 2012.
The Ministry of culture, the 24. August 2012 Uffe Elbæk/Mette-Astrid Jessen
Annex 1 Treatment of complaints concerning evaluations of students on State performing arts school
The State performing arts school dealt with complaints about ratings as follows:
Complaint 1) the complaint may relate to the content of the evaluation regarding. the professional development, participation in projects/performances, etc. and on that part of the training is pass/fail.
(2) a complaint shall be submitted to the State performing arts) school no later than 2 weeks after the results of the evaluation are announced. The institution may grant a derogation from this deadline, if exceptional circumstances justify it. The complaint must be in writing and reasoned. The institution shall submit as soon as possible the complaint for the original assessors.
3) Evaluators can:
(a)) make a new evaluation or
(b)) rejecting the complaint.
The complaint can only be rejected if the reviewers agree on it.
4) within 2 weeks after the evaluators have received the complaint, the complaint shall be completed and the decision is communicated to the institution that gives the complainant informed of the results as soon as possible. In the absence of circumstances that make it impossible to treat the complaint within a period of 2 weeks, the institution must, as soon as possible, inform the complainant thereof, indicating when the complaint is expected to be finalised.
Anke 5) the Examiners ' decision after item 3, including a possible new evaluation, the complainant can bring to an Appeals Board. The complainant shall submit the appeal to the institution. The appeal must be in writing and reasoned and be submitted latest 2 weeks after that the complainant has been made aware of the Examiners ' decision. The institution may grant a derogation from this deadline, if exceptional circumstances justified it.
6) the Appeals Board shall be reduced, when it is needed, and, in fact, as soon as possible after the filing of the appeal. Who can set up a permanent Appeals Board. The Committee consists of 2 censors, who are appointed by the Ministry of culture, a professional appropriate teacher and a student in the subject area. The Ministry of culture shall designate one censor as Chairman of the Board. The President appoints the other censor, as well as alternates for this.
7) to the Appeals Board is a quorum, all Committee members participate in the decision. There is no consensus in the Board of appeal, the decision is taken by vote. By a tied vote, the Chairman shall have the casting vote.
8) the Appeals Board may:
a) change the assessment pass/fail,
b) decide that you want to perform a new evaluation with new censors or
c) dismiss the appeal.
The Appeals Board appoints new examiners. Minimum one censor must be ministerial appointment.
9) Appeal the Board's decision cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, paragraph 33, paragraph 2.
the decision of the Appeals Board shall be notified to the institution 10) within 2 months after the complaint is filed. Appeal can not be dealt with within this period, the institution must inform the complainant as soon as possible, indicating the reasons therefor and indicate when the appeal is expected to be finalised.
11) the institution gives notice of the decision to the complainant as soon as possible. New evaluation must take place as soon as possible.