Executive Order On Supplements, Etc. To Private Secondary Schools, Matriculation Courses And Courses For Higher Preparatory Examination (Pg-Grant Announcement)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om tilskud m.v. til private gymnasieskoler, studenterkurser og kurser til højere forberedelseseksamen (PG-tilskudsbekendtgørelsen)

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



The procedure for the establishment of a private school, a private high school student course or a private hf-kursus





Chapter 2



General conditions for grant





Chapter 3



Grant, grant instructions and pricing catalog





Chapter 4



Reimbursement for additional expenses for the education of severely disabled students





Chapter 5



Statement of the yearly students, etc.





Chapter 6



Statement and the derogation of the reimbursement requirement of a maximum average class grade point average at 28.0 pupils at each grade levels at secondary full-time education





Chapter 7



Different rules





Chapter 8



Date of entry into force and transitional provisions



The full text of the notice of allowance, etc. to private secondary schools, matriculation courses and courses for higher preparatory examination (PG-grant announcement)

Under section 1, paragraph 1, section 4, paragraph 4, section 8, paragraph 7, section 8 (a), paragraph 3, section 12, section 13, paragraph 2, article 14, paragraph 2, article 15, article 16, paragraph 5, section 17 (1) (8). 4, and paragraph 2, article 17 a, paragraph 1, article 23, paragraph 1, 6. paragraph, and article 26, paragraph 2, of the law on private secondary schools, matriculation courses and courses for higher preparatory examination (hf-courses), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 670 of 21. June 2010, as amended by Act No. 1570 of 21. December 2010 and law No. 469 of 29. may 2012, section 10 (g) of the Act on guidance on training and professions, as well as a duty to education, employment, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 671 by 21. June 2010, article 12, paragraph 6, of the law on public payments, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 798 of 28. June 2007, and after negotiation with the Minister of finance determined: Chapter 1 the procedure for the establishment of a private school, a private high school student course or a private hf-kursus § 1. Review of a private high school, a private school student course or a private hf-kursus, who want government subsidies, shall be made by submitting the following to the Ministry for children and education: 1) a communication form with information on the conditions specified on the form.

2) deposit of 30,000 us $.

3) School or the course adopted Statute for authentication, see. Article 2, paragraph 1, and the Executive order on statutes for private secondary schools, matriculation courses and courses for higher preparatory exam.

4) A form with information about the conditions specified on the form. The form must be signed by the drawing entitled after school or course's Statute.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall also apply to new offices in a combined institution.

(3). The forms referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1 and 4, shall be drawn up by the Ministry for children and education. These forms can be found on the Ministry of children and education website at the address www.uvm.dk.

§ 2. It is a prerequisite for the disbursement of grants, to notification material is the Ministry of children and education not later than on the following days prior to the school year for which the school/course would grant.

1) 1. February: notification form and deposit, see. section 1, paragraph 1, no. 1 and 2.

2) 1. April: Statute, see. section 1, paragraph 1, no. 3.3) 1. June: Schema, see. section 1, paragraph 1, no. 4. the provisions of paragraph 2. The deposit shall be refunded in respect of the first grant payment in the fiscal year. There is not calculated interest on the deposited amount. The receiving school or course, including a school Department and a training Department, not grants for the school year that follows after deposit payment, deposit the State.

§ 3. The Ministry of children and education can obtain all information needed for assessment of whether or not the school or the course complies with the Act and this order conditions for receiving grants, and in exceptional cases lay down specific deadlines for the submission of the material, including the derogation from the deadlines referred to in article 2, paragraph 1.

Chapter 2 General conditions governing grants section 4. The school's or course's headmaster must be approved by the Ministry of children and education, without prejudice. Article 4, paragraph 2.

§ 5. The school and the course must not acquire buildings for the purpose of hiring, except for service-and rental housing to school respectively the course's employees.

§ 6. It is a prerequisite to get funding that the school or course by student/student payment or otherwise provide a reasonable egendækning of the school's operating costs. Employee payment for food, light and heat, etc. and rental income for employee rental housing can not be included in egendækningen. Minimum limit for egendækningen shall be fixed at the annual finance laws.

Chapter 3 Grants, grant instructions and pricing catalog section 7. Grants for section 8, paragraphs 1 to 3, 5 and 6, section 12 and section 14, paragraph 2, shall be paid to the schools and courses after the payment models that are specified in the Ministry of children and teaching instructions for grants, etc. to private secondary schools, matriculation courses and courses for higher preparatory examination (hf-courses) (PG-script).

(2). Activity-specific grants in accordance with article 8, paragraphs 1 to 3, 5 and 6, section 12 and section 14, paragraph 2, shall be granted on the basis of the school or course antal yearly students or årskostelever and tariffs per årselev or årskostelev, which is provided in the annual finance acts for the individual courses.

(3). Grants for section 14, paragraph 1, for reduction of payment for tuition, paid to Temporary mailbox by financial year begins.

(4). Grants for newly created schools or courses and newly created departments of schools and courses will be paid with effect from the school year begins, when it is proven that there are at least 20 grant eligible students per class the first tælledag after school year start.

§ 8. In the PG-script specified modalities for the calculation, payment and adjustment of the grants under this Ordinance. In the PG-script can be laid down guidelines for schools and courses use of certain administrative systems.

(2). PG-the script can be found on the Ministry of children and education website at the address www.uvm.dk/Administration/Tilskud-to-institutions/Instructions-whether subsidies.

§ 9. Tariffs for the individual study programmes, subjects, etc. is determined at the annual finance acts and exists in fare catalog on the Ministry of children and education website at the address www.uvm.dk/takst.

Chapter 4 grants for additional spending on education of severely disabled students § 10. Agency for higher education and training aid (Agency) administers grants for additional spending on education of severely disabled students, see. section 13 of the Act. Applications for grants must be made on forms prepared by the Agency. Agency at the school or course can obtain the necessary information to use for grants allocation and administration.

(2). Applications for reimbursement for additional expenses for students with severe disabilities be accompanied by a statement from the school or course and pedagogical-psychological counseling in the school municipality.

(3). Application for reimbursement for additional expenses for students with severe disabilities must be agency not later than the 14. February before the upcoming school year. However, grant application may be submitted throughout the school year for new students.

(4). The school or course must inform the Agency about switching and significant changes in relation to the mark applied for.

(5). Reimbursement for additional expenses for the education of severely disabled students must only be used for this purpose. The school or course must notify the Agency in writing of the termination of the educational activity, which is allocated to grants.

(6). The school or course must draw up an overview of when the learner must participate in the educational activity, which is allocated grants to, and who should teach. The school or course must keep an updated record of the student's participation in the educational activity, which is allocated to grants. The minutes shall be signed by the headmaster and the teacher who has taught.

(7). The grant paid monthly with a proportional share of the approved amount. The costs of assistive devices, however, are held by the school or the course and be reimbursed by the Agency on submission of documentation for the attachment. If the school or course must repay grants, see. paragraphs 4 and 5, shall be deducted from the amount of the grant payments for the following month.

Chapter 5 Inventory of yearly students, etc.

§ 11. The number of yearly students or årskostelever is calculated on the basis of the number of pupils and students who are enrolled at the school or the course on a predetermined day (counting day) in each counting period. In the statement included students and students who have CPR-nr., pupils and students, who according to the law on the Central Person register does not need to be registered in the CPR, pupils and students who are covered by the agreement on the Nordic training community on the upper secondary level and Greenlandic pupils and students.

(2). Pupils and students are included in the årselev calculation, if the question 1) are eligible for inclusion on the training or teaching, 2) are included in the training or teaching in counting period and is active in accordance with the rules of the study concerned, training or teaching and 3) are included in the training or teaching on the count period tælledag.


(3). Students on the training for high school and students on the 2-year-old education for higher preparatory exam may not be included in the school or course årselev calculation for single subject. A student or student who follows the teaching of a high school elective courses at another institution than the one in which the pupil or student is enrolled at the upper-secondary education, may not be included in the årselev calculation at the other institution.

§ 12. Statement of the number of yearly students, see. paragraphs 2 to 4, and årskostelever, see. paragraph 5, to be used for the determination of subsidies after this order is according to the guidelines, including for counting days, counting periods and alerts, in PG-script.

(2). By a årselev means: 1) On the training for high school and training to higher preparatory examination, except stx-single subject, hf-single subject and high school completion, a student taught at the institution's measure in the 200 days on a full-time basis. Similarly, teaching, aiming at a similar international exams, which is qualifying for higher education in Denmark.

2) On high school completion a student taught at 812.5 Bell timer.

3) On bridge building and induction courses a pupil taught at the institution's measure in the 200 days on a full-time basis.

(3). In the calculation of the årselev grant for a single subject student who follows the teaching at upper secondary level in one-, two-or three-year organization, used the weight 0.15 per level per year, see lift. section 9, paragraph 1, in gymnasieloven and § 8, paragraph 2, in hf-law.

(4). In the calculation of the årselev grant for a single subject student who follows the teaching of secondary level organized with duration of less than one year, used the weight 0.15 per level boost, see. section 9, paragraph 1, in gymnasieloven and § 8, paragraph 2, in hf-law.

(5). By a årskostelev means a student who is admitted on a dietary Department in 200 days.

§ 13. The statement of the actual number of yearly students, etc. must be certified by the school or course Manager and internal auditor in accordance with the rules laid down in the Ordinance on audit and reimbursement controls, etc. by free primary schools and private schools for secondary education, etc.

Chapter 6 Inventory and derogation from grant condition of a maximum average class grade point average at 28.0 pupils at each grade levels at secondary full-time education Statement and notification of class sizes



§ 14. The institution encounter the average class grade point average, see. section 8 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on private secondary schools, matriculation courses and courses for higher preparatory examination (hf-courses) on each of the grade levels at each of the post-secondary education institution full-time provider. If the institution has more tender spots, ascertained class sizes for all tender spots under one.

(2). Secondary full-time courses include: 1) the three-year training for the matriculation examination (stx), including pre-IB.

2) the two-year training for baccalaureate organized as student course.

3) the two-year training for higher preparatory examination (hf).

(3). The institution encounter the average class grade point average know that the total number of recorded pupils and students at each secondary school full-time education without prejudice. (1), shall be divided by the number of classes on the class step on training. At a class for the purposes of this Ordinance the Group of pupils or students who together take part in the teaching of the elective Danish (A) unless the institution has organized class formation in such a way that the participation in the profession of Danish (A) is not true for class formation, see. § 16, 2. paragraph. Students or trainees, in addition to the group that make up a class, participate in class teaching, is included in the measure of the average class grade point average, see. However, section 18.

(4). For the following classes make the institution an independent estimation of the average class grade point average on each of the grade levels at each of the post-secondary education institution full-time provider: 1) Classes that are created for pupils or students who are in need of a special individual organisation on the grounds of disability, disease, exercise, elite musical basic course or similar, see. section 40 (2), section 41, paragraph 2, and section 46 of the Act on training for the matriculation examination (stx) (gymnasieloven), or section 36, paragraph 2, article 37, paragraph 2, and section 41 of the law on education to the higher preparatory examination (hf-law).

2) Classes that are created for a particular audience as part of trials, see. section 45, paragraph 1, of the law on education to the matriculation examination (stx) (gymnasieloven), or section 40 (1) of the law on education to the higher preparatory examination (hf-law).

§ 15. The institution's statement of class rates under section 14(1), 1-4, must happen simultaneously with the institution's first transmission of activity on first grade levels to use for calculating the State grants, see. guidelines for counting days, counting periods and alerts in PG-script.

§ 16. The institution's statement of approval of the institution's Board of Directors and quotients class certified by the institution's Director and Auditor in accordance with the rules laid down in the Ordinance on audit and reimbursement controls, etc. by free primary schools and private schools for upper secondary education, etc. and shall be reported to the Ministry of children and education. It must be indicated in the notification, if the institution has applied an organisation of class formation, where participation in the profession of Danish (A) is not true, see. § 14 (3), 2. PT.

The institution's derogation from grant condition the maximum average class grade point average at 28.0



Derogation under education



§ 17. An institution may derogate from the provisions of section 8 (a) training, (1) and (2) of the law on private secondary schools, matriculation and higher preparatory examination courses to kruser (hf-courses) with a view to the inclusion of a pupil or student who meets one of the following conditions: 1) Pupil or student relocates during his secondary education to the region, and the pupil or student will get a travel time of more than 5 district to the nearest alternative tender place of that training which the pupil or student want recording on. Shipping time is calculated as the time between the pupil's or student's permanent address (registered address) and education institution with public means of transport according to www.rejseplanen.dk or similar systems. The nearest alternative tender shall be an institution subject to the law on institutions of general secondary education or general adult education, etc. or the law on institutions for vocational training.

2) Pupil or student relocates during his secondary education to the region, and the pupil or student has a specific field of study, where it in incomer settler area alone is the institution that offers the corresponding subjects.

3) Eleven or the student be admitted temporarily on the institution as part of an Exchange stay from abroad, and specific reasons for that pupil or student should go at the institution, e.g. that he or she is domiciled with a pupil or student that already goes on the institution.

4) Pupil or student returns to the institution after having been on Exchange abroad for a minimum of six months and have applied for a leave of absence from the institution during the Exchange.

5) Pupil or student has in accordance with recording the notice entered into a prior arrangement with the institution's Manager on leave from training of up to one year.

6) Student or student must go step on education about, and class the institution considers that it is essential to improve the pupil's or student's possibilities to carry out the training, possibly in association with a special effort in the face of the pupil or student, that it happens at the institution.

7 the pupil or student is admitted at the institution) after being expelled from another institution in the middle of a school year for violation of study and conduct, and the pupil or student meets the condition set out in point 2. 1, without prejudice to the institution, the student or the student is expelled from, not included among possible alternative tender spots.

Derogated in particular individual organisation



§ 18. An institution may derogate from the provisions of paragraph 8 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on private secondary schools, matriculation and higher preparatory examination courses to kruser (hf-courses), for a student or a student who is not part of a class subject to section 14, paragraph 4, nr. 1, if the pupil or student in need of a special individual organisation on the grounds of disability, disease, exercise, elite musical basic course or similar, see. section 40 (2), section 41, paragraph 2, and section 46 of the Act on training for the matriculation examination (stx) (gymnasieloven) and section 36, paragraph 2, article 37, paragraph 2, and section 41 of the law on education to the higher preparatory examination (hf-law), but participates in a range of popular education, without prejudice. § 14 (3).

Terms and derogation



§ 19. It is a playing field for derogation in accordance with §§ 17-18, to the institution's Board of Directors shall establish and implement a plan for the supply of additional teacher resources in relation to the derogation of an average class grade point average at 28.0 so that teacher aid per pupil or student is the same regardless of class size.

Documentation and reporting through the use of the derogation option



§ 20. An institution that uses a derogation option in accordance with §§ 17-18, must send a statement to that effect to the Ministry for children and education. The statement must include: 1) A description of the derogation options and the impact of derogation applied in relation to the average class grade point average at 28.0.


2) proof of the conditions for applying the derogation options in question have been met. Documentation must be certified by the institution's Director and Auditor.

3) the institution's assessment of whether the scope of the institution's derogations in accordance with §§ 17-18 should lead to the creation of new classes and the time of the formation of any new classes. The assessment should be done on the basis of a) the extent of derogation, b) number of classes on the class pass on that training, c) how long is left in the appropriate grade levels, d) the institution's expectation for the reduction of class sizes, and the crossing of time perspective for doing so, as a result of the institution's documented experience with pupil and student movements, and (e)) other matters which the institution attaches weight to the assessment of whether the breach of class sizes should result in the creation of new classes.

4) A plan for the supply of additional teacher resources, see. § 19.

§ 21. The institution's statement under section 20 shall be reported to the Ministry of children and education in the immediate extension of the institution's decision to apply the derogation option in accordance with §§ 17-18.

Chapter 7 different rules Training fee for referred pupils



§ 22. The school or the course sends after the deadlines specified in the PG-script, request to the Ministry of children and education for payment of educational fees for referred students, see. § 15. The request must be accompanied by evidence that the condition of State subsidies in article 15 have been fulfilled. Educational tax paid with a grant equal to the parent's payment for non-referred students and trainees at the relevant school/course in the same training session and paid after payment models that are specified in the PG-script.

Single subject teaching



§ 23. When registering for single subject courses for hf and stx should students say whether they have a higher education and whether they will receive redundancy pay or a pension.

(2). Students who receive redundancy pay or a pension, must provide information about the extent of students ' attachment to the labour market.

§ 24. The school or course must charge full tuition fee, see. § 17 (1) (8). 4, 3. item, for students with a higher education on education for hf organised as single-subject courses and training for stx organised as single subjects.

§ 25. Students who receive redundancy pay or a pension, see. paragraph 3-5, and which is 60 years old or above, and who participate in single subject instruction to hf and stx must pay a tuition fee, which is higher than the school or course's regular tuition fee for that single subject. The increase of participant payment shall be fixed at the annual finance laws. If the school does not have a regular course or tuition fee for those subjects, the students, see. 1. item, pay a tuition fee that corresponds to the increase in the annual finance acts, see. 2. item.

(2). Paragraph 1 does not include a student as 1) has paid the full tuition fee for that single subjects, see. § 17 (1) (8). 4, 3. paragraph, or 2) have had a labour Association of more than 8 hours per week on average in the last 12 weeks before the student's registration for single subject teaching.

(3). By an age-related pension purposes: 1) old-age pension.

2) arbejdsmarkedets tillægspension.

3) Private pensions in the form of a subscribed) pension schemes with ongoing payments, b) rate insurance in pension purposes, c) index schemes associated with an index contract in accordance with the law on old-age insurance and old-age savings indexed, d) installment savings in pension purposes, e) savings in pension purposes in the Pengeinstitut and f) pension scheme with periodic payments, which is discontinuing.

4) occupational pensions in the form of a) pension schemes with continuous withdrawal and civil service pension, b) rate insurance in pension purposes, c) installment savings in pension purposes, d) index system associated with an index contract in accordance with the law on old-age insurance and old-age savings indexed, e) savings in pension purposes in the financial institution as well as savings in employees ' capital Pension Fund and f) pension scheme with periodic payments, which is discontinuing.

(4). Foreign pension schemes, which corresponds to one of the pensions referred to in paragraph 3, shall be treated as an equivalent Danish pension scheme.

(5). Pension schemes, which are no longer offered, but which is similar to one of the pension schemes referred to in paragraph 3, shall be assimilated to this pension scheme.

The Board of Directors ' responsibility



section 26. The Board is responsible for, that reports to the use of the grant calculation is correctly calculated in accordance with the provisions thereof.

(2). The Board is responsible for ensuring that the data required for the grant calculation will be sent to the Ministry for children and education.

(3). The Board shall immediately notify the Ministry of children and education when the school or course has filed a petition for bankruptcy or receivership, or when there is a danger that the school or course must discontinue its business. Can there not be given reasonable assurance for the school or course's continuation, and provided such security are not within a time limit set by the Ministry for children and education, may further grant disbursement shall be conditional on the lodging of a guarantee by a financial institution.

Board members and Auditor's capacity by hiring ratio of negligible



§ 27. A rent ratio, including the leasing conditions, are of negligible, see. section 4, paragraph 4, and article 23, paragraph (l), 5. point, if the rent constitute 2.0% or less of the school's total property expenditure including mortgage interest and depreciation on buildings including installations.

Public payments



section 28. Schools and courses are exempted from the provisions of the law on public payments, etc. § § 1-6, in the case of connection to NemKontoSystemet, § 7, in respect of the receipt of the electronic invoice and the obligation to enable electronic deposit, and section 8, with regard to the application of the State's Consolidated payments (SKB).

Chapter 8 entry into force and transitional provisions article 29. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2012 with effect for the financial year 2012 and later, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). Executive Order § § 14-21 has effect only for the classes that are created for the purpose of teaching students or students who begin teaching the 1. August 2012 or later.

(3). Executive Order No. 25 by 20. January 2009 for grants, etc. to private secondary schools, matriculation courses and courses for higher preparatory exam is repealed.

Quality and Regulatory Agency, the 29. June 2012 P.M.V. Per Hansen Director/Jacob Holbæk K