Notice Of Admission Two Graduate Programs To Universities (The Candidate Admission Order)

Original Language Title: Notice of admission to graduate programs at universities (the candidate Admission Order)

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Scope of application
Chapter 2 Access requirements
Chapter 3 Recurring Capacity
Chapter 4 Application of the application
Chapter 5 Enwriting
Chapter 6 Other provisions

Publication of access to candidates in the universities (Candist Access Notices)

Under Section 1 of law no. 319 of 16. May 1990 on the subject of access to higher education and section 8 (4). Paragraph 1, paragraph 9, paragraph 9. Article 34 (3) and Article 34 (3). 1, in the case of universities (university law), cf. Law Order no. 695 of 22. June 2011 shall be :

Chapter 1

Scope of application

§ 1. The announcement relates to access requirements, admission, entry and leave to candidate education.

Chapter 2

Access requirements

§ 2. Access to a master's education requires a relevant undergraduate, or other relevant Danish or foreign training at the same level. Access requirements for the individual candidate training are shown in the education system of training courses.

Paragraph 2. The access requirements for a minimum of 1 year shall be furbated before they have effect, cf. however, section 5 (5), 3, and section 6 (4). 2.

Paragraph 3. The university can register students who are preoccupied and inscripted on a bachelor's degree to subjects, disciplines and tests of up to 30 ECTS-points on a candidate ' s training if there are special circumstances and the university considers that it is estimated to be a candidate for the term of the Commission ; students have professional qualifications to implement and graduate undergraduate studies and, at the same time, to undertake subjects or vocational training courses.

Paragraph 4. Evaluation of foreign examinations, cf. paragraph Paragraph 1 shall be carried out in accordance with the law on the evaluation of foreign and training qualifications etc.

§ 3. The university sets admission requirements to each candidate's degree. The university also provides for the application and accession procedure, including time limits, and shall publish information on its website.

Other Basis Recurring

§ 4. The university may record applicants on a candidate's training on a basis other than those specified in Section 2, if the applicant has professional qualifications to be treated as such and the university considers that the applicant can complete the training. The university may decide that the applicant must consist of additional tests at the latest before the study of the study, in order to substantiate the necessary qualifications.

Language Compeeability Requirement

§ 5. The university may, on the basis of a specific technical evaluation, require that foreign applicants or applicants with a foreign access basis subject to sections 2 and 2 a in the law on the education of adult foreign nationals and others, by the latest before the study of study, must have passed the Study test in Danish or have documented equivalent knowledge in Danish. For applicants with a foreign access basis, which, after the law on training for adult foreign nationals and others, may not be adjusted to the Study Test in Danish, the university alone may require the applicant by the study to be documented at the latest by the study of the study ; equivalent knowledge in Danish.

Paragraph 2. The university may require the Study Test in Danish to be at least a minimum, or that individual or all of the partial samples have been passed with a specific minimum character that is higher than the character 02.

Paragraph 3. Competeeability requirements, including when the Study test in Danish and so on shall be recorded, must be recorded in the university's website. Establishment and cutting requirements for Danish knowledge shall be wrecrased by two years before they have their effect.

§ 6. If an education or essential part of this is offered in English, the applicant shall, by the study of the study, document knowledge in English corresponding to at least B level, cf. the rules on high school education or vocational training. The university may stipulate that applicants must also have a special planned test.

Paragraph 2. The university can decide that an applicant who does not have English at B-level can instead pass a test that is particularly organised by the university.

Paragraph 3. Requirements for English knowledge, including when these must be documented and what requirements are made for foreign tests, must appear on the university's website. Establishment and cutting requirements for English knowledge shall be wrecracted by two years before they have effect.

Recording Recording

§ 7. In the light of the professional development of undergraduating undergraduate training, the university of the student scheme for candidate training may lay down rules on when the student can take up the candidate's training at the latest after completion of the completion of the date of the application ; Bachelor training.

Chapter 3

Recurring Capacity

§ 8. The university itself decides, even after the rules of free opting, how many students it will record on the individual candidate's education, cf. however, section 9, unless the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Higher Education Ministers provides for an annual maximum absorption capacity, cf. Section 4 of the university law.

Paragraph 2. In the course of training, the university shall establish the capacity for absorption capacity, taking into account the possibility of providing a sound research-based training with qualifying teachers and sufficient building capacity. The university must take into account the fact that the absorption rate is in line with the social needs of society in the field in question.

§ 9. A graduated undergrad at a university gives the right to take on the candidate's training, which is the supernatural superstructure of undergraduate degrees of undergraduate training (-r), at the same university in the direct extension of the completed subject ; undergraduate studies, cf. however, section 10.

Paragraph 2. The university is set out in the study arrangements for the individual candidate education,

1) a degree of undergraduate training for the university to be entitled to take part in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, and

2) the degree to which undergraduate studies at university and other universities give access to candidate education.

Paragraph 3. Rules laid down in accordance with paragraph 1. 2, no. Two, do not rule out that students with undergraduate graduates from another university can be admitted to candidate education. Universities ensure that students in undergraduate education are informed about the options for selecting appropriate candidate education at their own and other universities.

§ 10. Applicants that have completed a candidate or, twice previously, have been written on a higher education without having acquired the final examination, can only be accepted on a candidate's education if there are any seats available.

Paragraph 2. The university can dispensers from paragraph 1. 1 if there are any unusual circumstances.

§ 11. May the university of capacity reasons do not include all applicants for a Candidate Education, the selection according to criteria laid down in advance by the university, cf. however, section 9 (4). One, and section 13.

Paragraph 2. The university must apply professional criteria as selection criteria. This can include initiation tests, conversations, etc., the university must not apply age and draw for selection criteria.

Paragraph 3. The university is published on its website for information on access restrictions and the selection criteria at least 1 years before they have effect.

Chapter 4

Application of the application

§ 12. The College shall decide on the admission of each applicant for the rules laid down in this notice.

§ 13. On Candidate Education offered in English, the university reserves a number of students ' seats for highly qualified applicants with a foreign graduate diploma who need a residence permit to participate in an education and which The university assesses the access requirements. The time limit and time of an offer to study may for these applicants be earlier than for other applicants.

Paragraph 2. The number of studio seats allocated to applicants in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, cf. § 8 (3) Paragraph 1 shall be determined in such a way as to ensure the anchorages of the applicants ;

1) they do not need a residence permit and which either have the right to be admitted to training, cf. Section 9 (1). 1, or is better qualified to be admitted to the training other than other applicants in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, or

2) they need a residence permit and which either have the right to be admitted to training, cf. Section 9 (1). 1, or has been granted free space or free space by scholarship.

Paragraph 3. The university shall publish on its website the application and accession procedure, including time limits, and the time for quotation and refuse to take place in accordance with paragraph 1. 1 and any requirements for confirmation of the tender.

Chapter 5


§ 14. The university is enacting the student at the appropriate study stage in the training of one of the following categories :

1) Candidate education.

2) Module or parts thereof for the purpose of merit in other training.

3) Guest students, by the way.

Paragraph 2. The university can lay down detailed rules on the entry into the paper.

§ 15. The student may not be inscribe by more than one full-time training at a time, cf. however, section 14 (4). 1, no. Two and three.

Paragraph 2. The university can dispensers from paragraph 1. 1 if there are any unusual circumstances.

Student Shift and Transit

§ 16. A student who requests to switch to a new candidate in the same university or other university must apply for admission to the rules on access and admission to this notice. Where the applicant has passed the study elements which correspond to the first year of the training to which the applicant wishes to switch to, the applicant shall apply for entry to that study ' s training stage.

Paragraph 2. A student requesting transfer to the same candidate school at another university must apply for the entry into the study of the study in question.

Paragraph 3. Writing, cf. paragraph 1 and 2, presuppositions that there are open spaces for training. Typing, by the way, is in the context of this notice, after the receiving university's rules. The university can use lottery tickets if there are more applicants than there are available field seats.


§ 17. The university brings an end to the inwrites to students who,

1) has completed the training ;

2) has been cut off from continuing training, because the person concerned has exhausted his diploma,

3) has been cut off from continuing training as a result of the rules of training,

4) reporting out of training, or

5) is permanently suspended from the university of rules issued under the section 14 (4) of the university. 9.

§ 18. If the entry has been put to an end, cf. § 17, no. 1, the person concerned shall not be researching for entry or inscribe on the same training.

Paragraph 2. If the entry has been put to an end, cf. § 17, no. In the case of 2 or 3, the university may allow the person concerned to apply and enter into new, cf. however, section 10. Permission granted.

1) where the university on the basis of a specific technical assessment estimates that the ability to carry out the training is substantially improved, or

2) where the content of the training is substantially altered.

Paragraph 3. If the entry has been put to an end, cf. § 17, no. 4, the person concerned shall be able to apply and rewrite new, cf. however, section 17, no. One-three, and section 10. However, acceptance and entry may not, at the earliest possible date, take place five months after the entry into which the entry has been put to an end.

Paragraph 4. Where the person concerned is admitted and resigned, cf. paragraph Two-three, may not be claimed to be taken over unless they are obsolete as a result of the rules of training. The same applies to transfer to the same training at another university. Where diplomas have been exhausted, the university may grant the student permission for new examinations to be examined in accordance with the rules applicable to the training in question.

§ 19. The university can lay down rules that the entry into force of students who have not been studied in a coherent period of at least one year is not a matter for students. The rules must be laid down for the purposes of study activities for training.

Paragraph 2. The university can dispense with its own student activity requirements if exceptional circumstances are available.

20. Students who have been enrolled in a semester, or where the entry has been brought to an end, parts of a semester or equivalent, cf. Section 18 (2). 3, may not in the same term or have any equivalent participation in examinations or tests in the field of training.


§ 21. Students may receive leave from an education according to rules determined by the university, cf. however, section 22.

Paragraph 2. Students may not participate in the training period during the period concerned in the course of the training period concerned. The student cannot participate in examinations or tests in the course of the term or the equivalent of which the student has or has had a leave of absence.

§ 22. A university cannot grant a student furlough until the person concerned has completed the first six months of study graduacy and has passed the tests carried out in the first half study year in accordance with the study arrangements. however, paragraph 1 Two and three.

Paragraph 2. Requried furlough must be reported if it is justified in maternity, adoption or call to service obligations, in accordance with the opinion of the legal service provided for in the case of maternity leave. law of the person ' s personal data.

Paragraph 3. Students drawing a contract with the defence to make available for broadcasting abroad, or contracts with the defence of broadcasting abroad, follow the rules in paragraph 13 (b) in the law of the defence of the defence.

Paragraph 4. The university can dispensers from paragraph 1. 1 if there are any unusual circumstances.

Chapter 6

Other provisions

-23. In the case of candidate education provided for by the rules on subgeneration, this Chapter 2 shall be subject to the provisions of this Order, unless otherwise by other rules.

§ 24. Grade and grade average after paragraph 5 (2). 2, is specified in the 7-step scale, cf. the report on character scale and second assessment.

Paragraph 2. Conversion of average from the 13 scale to the 7-step scale is after conversion tables, which are published in the recording portal,

§ 25. The universities and internationalisation management may allow the university to derogate from the publication in the course of experiments. At the same time, the duration and the reporting form shall be determined.

Paragraph 2. The Executive Board of Universities and Internationalisation may dispense with the notice if there are exceptional circumstances.

SECTION 26. The decisions of the College following this notice may be submitted to the Universities and Internationalisation of the decision relating to the decision (complainant) when the complaint relates to legal matters. The deadline for filing a complaint is two weeks from the date on which the decision has been announced.

Paragraph 2. The appeal shall be submitted to the university issuing a statement. The complainant shall have the opportunity to comment on the opinion of the university within a period of at least 1 week. The university sends the complaint to the Board attached to the statement and any comments made by the complainant.

§ 27. The announcement will enter into force on the seventh. March 2012.

The Ministry of Research, Innovation and Higher Education, the 21. February 2012

Morten Østergaard

/ Thomas Voigt Lund