Notice On Talent Initiatives In Higher Education At The Ministry Of Education And Research Area (Talent Executive Order)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om talentinitiativer på de videregående uddannelser på Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriets område (talentbekendtgørelsen)

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Notice the area and purpose





Chapter 2



The provision of additional training activity





Chapter 3



The provision of single-subject courses for talented students





Chapter 4



Reimbursement provisions





Chapter 5



Other provisions





Chapter 6



Date of entry into force of



The full text of the notice of talent initiatives in higher education at the Ministry of education and research area (talent executive order)

Under section 27 of the law on media and journalism, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 205 of 27. February 2013, article 12, paragraph 1, no. 5 and 6, and article 24 of the law on maritime education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 466 of 8. may 2013, as amended most recently by Act No. 544 of 29. April 2015, section 29 of the Act on vocational academies of higher education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 935 of 25. August 2014, section 30 of the law on the University colleges of higher education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 936 of 25. August 2014, section 22 (1) (8). 7, and section 32, paragraph 2, of the Act on vocational college education and University bacheloruddannelser of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1147 by 23. October 2014, section 10, paragraph 1, no. 7 and 8, and section 15 of the law on the higher artistic education institutions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 59 of 26. January 2015, § 6, paragraph 12, and § 8, paragraph 9, of the Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 64 of 26. January 2015, and section 8, paragraph 2, and section 34, paragraph 1, of the law on universities (University law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 261 of 18. March 2015, fixed: Chapter 1 Executive order area and purpose section 1. Educational institutions in the field of education and Research Ministry's area can offer talent initiatives in the form of 1) extra training activities for talented students who are admitted to tertiary education at the institution, and 2 full-time) single subject from a bachelor, bachelor-or vocational college education at the institution for talented pupils at secondary education and other maritime education.

(2). Each institution shall lay down rules on talent initiatives within the Executive framework.

(3). It is voluntary for each institution, whether it will apply talent initiatives under this Ordinance.

§ 2. The purpose of the provision of additional training activities is to support and strengthen the efforts for particularly talented students at higher education institutions, such that a limited share of the most capable and highly motivated students are given greater technical challenges than by the demands made by the training, they are recorded on, and get recognition for doing so on the diploma.

(2). The purpose of the provision of single subject from a bachelor, bachelor-or vocational college education is to support a select few talented pupils in secondary education or other maritime education in developing their specific conditions and abilities by giving them the opportunity to take courses at a higher education institution and possibly achieve merit for it by subsequent recording, see. § 14 (3).

Chapter 2 provision of additional educational activity § 3. Extra educational activity, see. section 1, paragraph 1, no. 1, include the following: 1) Distinction on the diploma.

2) recognition of extra-curriculære activities on the diploma.

3) Talent course with additional ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) on the diploma.

Honors on the diploma



§ 4. Honors on the diploma requires that the student has achieved a high academic level in relation to the education of other students. In addition, the student's results on the subject, as a minimum, have proven one of the following criteria: 1) That have obtained qualifications beyond what can be expected in relation to to learning objectives met. Having demonstrated exceptional or special innovative abilities in terms of having developed, organized, and accomplished professional or interprofessional initiatives.

2) That have demonstrated extraordinary or special innovative abilities in terms of having developed, organized, and accomplished professional or interprofessional initiatives.

3) To be selected for and successfully have completed a special course with extra talent ECTS-points, and with stricter requirements for the student's competencies and performance, see. § 6.

(2). Excellence in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 1, is based on a comprehensive assessment of the student's academic level, including assessment of the thesis in the master's degree, bachelor's degree project in a bachelor's or professional bacheloruddannelse, or the final exam project in a business college education. It is assumed that the examiner and examiner both sets the thesis or project to a Committee of experts established by the institution's management, and assessing whether the student's academic level, including the thesis or project, has such an extraordinary character which justifies the award.

(3). Excellence in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 2, happens upon a proposal from the Director, the education leader or others in similar positions to the institution's management, which set up a Committee of experts. The Committee assesses whether the extraordinary or special innovative abilities warrant for distinction.

Recognition of extra-curriculære activities on the diploma



§ 5. Recognition of extra-curriculære activities on the diploma requires that the student has participated in trade union activities, which have verifiable correlation with the training, the student is admitted to, and its purpose. In addition, the professional activities strengthen education quality and relevance in relation to the labour market.

(2). The professional activities may include active participation in national and international conferences fagrelevante, publishing articles in international journals, participation in professional competitions or fagrelevante relevant coursework that is not included in the quotas for the ring of the ECTS credits, participation in research and development activities or the like.

(3). The individual institution mentor the students on what types of student-oriented extra-curriculære activities which could fall within the scope of paragraph 2, and to the activities to be organised in such a way that they are implemented within the training set study time.

Talent pathways with extra ECTS-points on the diploma



§ 6. Talent pathways with extra ECTS-points on the diploma requires that the student has completed additional ECTS-points compared to quotas for the education, the students are admitted to the basic regulation. section 13, paragraph 2. The institution may decide that the talent process can be organised as single subjects from existing full-time education or as specially planned course with additional work load. In addition, several institutions jointly organise and provide the talent pathway.

(2). Selection of a student to a talent cycle with additional ECTS credits made by the institution after a concrete assessment of the candidates. The assessment is done on the basis of objective, professional criteria published on the institution's website. In the assessment can be included samples, conversations, etc.

(3). Students can only be selected for a course if the student talent at selection time follows rated studies on the training, the students are admitted to. Students who no longer follows the standard study time or satisfies the requirements laid down by the institution, printed by talent cycle, see. However, paragraph 7.

(4). The institution shall establish the subjects or programme elements specified in ECTS credits that may be included in a talent pathways, including the number of test attempts. If a talent cycle with additional ECTS credits also will trigger the honors on the diploma referred to in article 6. section 4, must have a scale of minimum elapsed talent 20 ECTS credits in a master's degree, 30 ECTS-points in a bachelor's degree and a professional bacheloruddannelse, and 15 ECTS-points at a vocational Academy training.

(5). Talent pathways with extra ECTS-points on the diploma requires that the student has completed and passed the course as the talent training as well, the student is admitted to, within education-noted study time, see. However, paragraph 7.

(6). Leaving the student talent course without completing it, issuing institution, at the request of the student documentation for the successful parts of the course specified in ECTS credits.

(7). The institution may derogate from paragraphs 3 and 5, where there are exceptional circumstances.

Diploma



§ 7. Students who have participated in additional training activities in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance, will have supporting evidence, in the form of an annex to the diploma.

(2). Honors are given in an annex to the regular diploma with an indication of the content, provided the basis for the distinction.

(3). Extra-curriculære activities shall be set out in an annex to the diploma, which indicates what each activity contains, and the extent to which activity has had.

(4). Talent pathways with extra ECTS-points must be set out in an annex to the diploma. The individual elements must appear with the main group, ECTS credits and awards like the ordinary subjects or programme elements.

§ 8. Students who conduct extra training activities, to implement these within the set duration of study at the training, they are recorded on, if the activity must be set out in an annex to the diploma, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.


(2). The institution may grant a derogation from paragraph 1, if there are exceptional circumstances, cf. § 6, paragraph 7.

§ 9. The English translation of ' Excellence ' is ' Graduation with distinction '.

Chapter 3 Procurement of single-subject courses for talented students § 10. The institution may check secondary school pupils and other maritime education on single subject from an existing bachelor's, bachelor-or vocational college education without prejudice. section 1, paragraph 1, no. 2. the provisions of paragraph 2. A single subject is a delimited part of a professional training, to which is attached a sample or other independent rating.

(3). The institution determines how many students it will check and to what degree. Checking is done on the recommendation of the secondary institution where the student is enrolled.

(4). It is a prerequisite for enrolment in accordance with paragraph 1, to the youth training, the student is admitted to, to obtain entry to the relevant higher education, and the student is on the last year of its youth education or other maritime education. The institution may also require that the learner has achieved level in relevant subjects B in youth training. Outreach, recruitment, selection, delivery, etc. must also be done in collaboration with the relevant secondary schools.

§ 11. Students who have completed single subjects, have the right to be issued with proof of successful single subject.

(2). At the subsequent recording of that education or related education at the institution or another institution must inform the student and seek credit for the successful single subjects, see. § 14 (3). Get the student merit for single subject, will the subject be included in the inventory of the ECTS-points in the upcoming student enrollment for the courses and educational elements at the appropriate stage of study in higher education.

§ 12. If not otherwise provided by this Ordinance, apply to education the subject of University law rules in notice of part-time education at the universities (part-time Executive order) and for courses within the scope of the Act on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser, law on higher artistic education institutions, as well as the law on maritime education rules in notice on open education and grants for labour-market training, etc.

Chapter 4 the reimbursement provisions of section 13. No reimbursement to the institution's provision of additional training activities under section 1, paragraph 1, no. 1. the provisions in paragraph 2. The institution does not charge tuition fees from Danish citizens and foreign citizens who have a right to equal treatment with Danish citizens. The institution will charge full payment for this activity from other foreign citizens.

§ 14. No reimbursement to the institution's provision of single-subject courses for students in secondary education or other maritime education pursuant to section 1, paragraph 1, no. 2 of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 3.

(2). The institution does not charge tuition fees from Danish citizens and foreign citizens who have a right to equal treatment with Danish citizens. The institution will charge full payment for this activity from other foreign citizens.

(3). The institution by the pupil's subsequent admission to a bachelor, bachelor-or vocational college education at the institution, without prejudice. (4) gives merit for single profession, receives grant for this, see. However, paragraph 5. This is true regardless of whether the subject has been completed and passed by that institution or at another institution. At a possible later change to a training study at another institution is given credit for one profession in accordance with the General rules for this, but the institution does not receive reimbursement for this.

(4). The recording institution receives subsidies in accordance with the taximeter for that training, as the pupil subsequently included on, when the institution gives merit for single subject.

(5). The higher artistic education institutions do not receive grants, whether that be given merit for single subject.

Chapter 5 Other provisions in section 15. The institution's final decision under this Ordinance may be brought before the Agency for higher education of 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 institution, which shall deliver its opinion. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the institution's opinion within a time limit of not less than 1 week. The institution shall forward the complaint to the Agency attached to the opinion and the complainant's comments.

Chapter 6 coming into force of section 16. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. may 2015.

The Ministry of education and research, the 8. March 2015 Sofie Carsten Nielsen/Gertie Lund

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