Notice Of Delegation Of Powers To The Minister Of Education And Research Agency For Higher Education

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om delegation af uddannelses- og forskningsministerens beføjelser til Styrelsen for Videregående Uddannelser

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Annex 1



Executive orders issued by the Agency for higher education under University § 8, paragraph 1, and article 29, paragraph 3


The full text of the Decree on delegation of powers to the Minister of education and research agency for higher education

Under section 24 (a) (1) and (2) of the law on maritime education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 660 by 16. may 2015, paragraph 15 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on the higher artistic education institutions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 59 of 26. January 2015, section 31 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, of the Act on vocational college education and University bacheloruddannelser of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1147 by 23. October 2014, section 3 (a), paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on clearance and grant for certain foreign students at the vocational college education and University bacheloruddannelser of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 582 of the 1. June 2014, section 42 (a) (1) and (2) of the law on media and journalism, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 205 of 27. February 2013, section 48 (a) (1) and (2) of the Act on vocational academies of higher education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 935 of 25. August 2014, § 48 b, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on the University colleges of higher education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 936 of 25. August 2014, § 32 a, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on vocational education and higher education (further education system) for adults, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 578 of 1. June 2014, section 36 a, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the law on universities (University law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 261 of 18. March 2015, article 19, paragraph 1, of the law on State aid, within the meaning of the adult education. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 340 of 1. April 2015, § 2, paragraph 2 and 3, of the law on regulating access by higher education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 583 of 1. June 2014 and section 29 (1) and (2) of law No. 601 of 12. June 2013 for accreditation of tertiary uddannelsersinstitutioner fixed: § 1. The following powers in law on maritime education is delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) may provide that the rules in Chapter 3 and 3 (a), not or only partially applies, if the educational institution is approved under other legislation, and if the educational institution is covered by the regulation with purposes similar to Chapter 3 of the basic regulation. § 2, paragraph 2.

2) Accredits educational institutions and courses, see. Article 4, paragraph 1.

3) can create and oversee the operation of educational institutions, schools, training ships, school ships and training courses for the implementation of the programmes covered by the Act, without prejudice. Article 4, paragraph 2.

4) in special cases may require an educational institution receiving grants pursuant to § § 5 or 6, to offer courses that are part of an approved maritime education, see. section 4, paragraph 4.

5) may revoke a in accordance with article 4, paragraph 1, granted approval, provided that the educational institution etc. overrides rules determined in accordance with § § 12, 13, 14 and 19 of the basic regulation. § 4 (5).

6) carries out estimates of the need for the teaching of the basic regulation. § 5 (1), (2). PT.

7) Can provide grants for training and rehearsals for the purpose of meeting qualification requirements laid down by the Danish maritime authority in accordance with the law on the ships ' crew, see. § 5 (2).

8) Can provide grants for development and experimentation or for other educational purposes, see. § 5, paragraph 3.

9) in exceptional cases can lend to an educational institution, without prejudice. § 5, paragraph 4.

10) lays down rules on compensation in accordance with paragraph 5 (a), paragraph 2, and can including decide that there must be a acontoordning for VAT compensation to educational institutions, see. section 5 (a), paragraph 3.

11) Can, if that is deemed to be a need for such training, provide grants of less than half of the operating costs of educational institutions that are approved in accordance with article 4, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. section 6, paragraph 1 1. PT.

12) For beneficiaries of grants in accordance with section 6, paragraph 1, may lay down detailed rules concerning the grant recipient's budgetary, operational and financial reporting and audit the execution of the basic regulation. section 6, paragraph 2.

13) oversees educational institutions, see. § 7 (1), 4. PT.

14) may decide that an educational institution grants and loans wholly or partly withheld, lapse or be recovered, if the educational institution does not comply with the law, the rules laid down in accordance with the law, a development contract, see. § 9, paragraph 1, or such an effort agreement, see. Article 9 f, paragraph 2, the educational institution claimed bankruptcy or stops his payments, or there is otherwise a danger that the educational institution's activities must be set, or the basis for the calculation of the grant has been erroneously or reimbursement calculation, incidentally, has been flawed, see. Article 7, paragraph 3.

15) Can obtain the necessary information from the educational institutions of education, the students, the staff, including conditions of employment, equipment, rent agreements, agreements on property purchase and other agreements on the operation of educational institutions in addition to use for determining reimbursement, review of financial statements, etc. and to use for the implementation of supervision, kvalitetsikring and-control and the compilation of statistics referred to in article 6. section 7, paragraph 5.

16) Can lay down detailed rules concerning the conditions for services and the payment of grants and loans, including about which students who may be included in the calculation of the allowance, on activity reports, as well as control and repayment of grants and loans, and paid about uddannelsesinstitutionerners insurance conditions and about their use of administrative systems, see. section 7, paragraph 6.

17) Can lay down rules on the agreements on the exchange of students with educational institutions abroad and on educational institutions holding of expenditure on education in the context of the exchange agreements, see. § 7, paragraph 7.

18) Can lay down rules about the tuition fee for the students that are not included in the calculation of the financial contribution referred to in article 6. (6) of the basic regulation. § 7, paragraph 8.

19) Approve training institution's Statute, see. § 8 (1), (3). PT.

20) Can lay down detailed rules on the educational institution's Statute, see. § 8, paragraph 2.

21) May lay down detailed rules on the inventory of assets in accordance with section 8 (a) (1) and (2) of the basic regulation. section 8 (a), paragraph 3.

22) Receive notice of the Board's composition and changes therein, in accordance with article 3. section 9 (a) (1), (3). PT.

23) May approve, to educational institutions that are covered by the rules in Chapter 3 and 3A, can participate in partnerships with other educational institutions and cooperation can establish conditions that ensure compliance with the provisions of the law, see. § 9 (j) (1).

24) may authorise an educational institution lets another educational institution responsible for parts of the teaching as zoned teaching and may lay down detailed rules on this subject, see. § 9 (j) (2).

25) Can lay down rules on education cooperation with other institutions, including educational institutions that are covered by the rules in Chapter 3 and 3 (a) of the basic regulation. § 9 (j) (3).

26) May, upon a proposal from the boards of the institutions, who wish to be amalgamated, approve the merger of a maritime educational institution with research institutions or other institutions of higher education, see. § 9 k, paragraph 1.

27) May, upon a proposal from the boards of the institutions which would approve that a maritime Division, uddannelsesinstituion, covered by the rules set out in Chapter 3 and 3 (a), by splitting entrusts a part of its rights and obligations to research institutions or other institutions of higher education, see. § 9 k, paragraph 3.

28) Can lay down detailed rules on mergers and divisions, see. § 9 k, paragraph 6.

29) may impose on the institution's Board of directors within a specified time limit to appoint another auditor if the institution's Auditor not satisfactorily meets the requirements for audit in accordance with good public audit practice, or otherwise infringes his obligations as the institution's accountant, see. Article 10, paragraph 5.

30) Can lay down rules for financial reporting in accordance with the applicable at any time state accounting rules, see. Article 10, paragraph 6.

31) May approve, to educational institutions as separate revenue-generating activities provider maritime education abroad, as the institution may be approved to offer in Denmark, see. section 11 (a), paragraph 1.

32) May, when circumstances call for tenders abroad necessitates it, decide to derogate from the provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder, see. section 11 (a), paragraph 3.

33) Can lay down rules of supply abroad, including the fee for the processing of applications for approval of offerings, tuition fee and implementing the supply through a company with limited liability and that students participating in the educational institution's procurement abroad are not included in the educational institution's grant basis, see. section 11 (a), paragraph 4.

34) May lay down detailed rules on the agreements which the institution may enter into under section 11 (d), paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. section 11 (d), paragraph 2.

35) Can lay down rules about the individual education in such a way that the parts of the training shall be carried out by one or more recognised foreign institutions, see. section 11 (e).
36) subject to binding international provisions may lay down rules on access to be included on maritime education and training covered by this law, about the organisation, content and scope of education, including registration of students for educational items, educational facilities and teaching equipment, as well as the disciplines to be taught, about individual education duration and structure, including the breakdown between practical and theoretical training, examination and testing schemes , including signing up for and unsubscribe from samples, the appointment of censors, and the conditions for the individual training can be considered completed with satisfactory results, concerning the criteria for the selection of the talented students who can attend additional training activities, the issuance of diplomas that can be applied to honors and recognition, and on the provision of single subjects, including criteria for the selection of the talented students who can participate in single subject without prejudice. Article 12, paragraph 1.

37) lay down rules to the effect that the educational institution shall decide on the merit of parts of an education on the basis of completed and successful training and employment, including elements that the educational institution can obtain information of the student or other educational institutions in Denmark or abroad if carried out educational elements, see. Article 12, paragraph 2.

38) Can lay down rules requiring that educational institutions must publish a statistic over their credit practices, see. Article 12, paragraph 3.

39) may fix the number of student places for study programmes covered by this law, without prejudice. § 12 b.

40) Can lay down rules on the qualification requirements for teachers by the education, courses, etc., which are covered by the Act, without prejudice. Article 13, paragraph 1.

41) can approve or create special courses for training of trainers, see. Article 13, paragraph 2.

42) oversees the teaching on the in section 4, paragraph 1, referred to educational institutions, etc., see. Article 14, paragraph 1.

43) Can lay down rules about the quality assurance, quality documentation and quality control of training under this law, including rules on the qualifications of the persons who carry out quality control of the basic regulation. Article 14, paragraph 2.

44) Can lay down rules about the educational conditions in internship companies and on the approval and dissemination of internships, see. § 15.

45) Can lay down rules about support from the State for students at educational institutions, courses, etc., which are covered by the Act, without prejudice. Article 16, paragraph 1.

46) Can lay down rules to the effect that it is a condition for inclusion in one or more of the training referred to in the Act, that between the student and a shipping company or other company is signed a training agreement, which shall include all education internship periods and school stay, see. Article 16, paragraph 2.

47) Can lay down rules about the content of the agreements, see education. Article 16, paragraph 3.

48) Can lay down rules about the total or partial refund of the shipping companies ' wage-, diet-and travel expenses in connection with the employment of persons who conduct an education, which is covered by the Act, without prejudice. § 17.

49) Can lay down rules about the student's educational environment, see. § 19.

50) Can lay down rules regarding payment for school stay, stay on school ships, etc., see. § 20.

51) May lay down detailed rules concerning the granting of special pedagogical support, see. section 20 (a), paragraph 2.

52) Can lay down rules on the payment of fees in connection with the issuing of copies of diplomas, etc., see. section 20 (b).

53) Can lay down rules on pilot training and further training courses for maritime and fisheries, see. Article 23, paragraph 1.

54) Can charge for the approval, quality assurance and quality control of educational institutions and courses as well as for the censor company, see. Article 23, paragraph 2.

55) Can lay down rules regarding payment for participation in § 5 (2) of the aforementioned courses, including for reporting of the exam, see. Article 23, paragraph 3.

56) Can lay down rules that alerts and other notifications shall be submitted in accordance with the law, to be transmitted digitally, and to communication between the Agency and the company in connection therewith to take place digitally, including establishing rules on the transition to digital transmission and on the application of specific it systems, specific digital formats and digital signature and may also establish rules that a company can be exempted from digital transmission and digital communication When exceptional circumstances speaks for it, see. section 23 (a), paragraph 1.

57) Can lay down rules on the issuance of certain types of documents without signature or with mechanically reproduced signature or in a similar way and can including stipulate that decisions are taken solely on the basis of electronic data processing, may be issued only with the indication of the Ministry of education and research or a government agency under the Ministry as the sender, see. section 23 (a), paragraph 2.

58) Can obtain the necessary information from the educational institutions of education, the students, staff, finances and equipment etc. for use by the implementation of oversight, quality assurance and the compilation of statistics referred to in article 6. Article 23 b, paragraph 1.

59) may require personal information from the educational institution for students, students and graduates to use for gathering information about students ' and pupils ' assessment of the quality of education on their own education and graduates assessment of their educational relevance in relation to their employment, see. section 23 (b), paragraph 2.

60) Can lay down rules on the appeals procedure, including that decisions cannot be challenged before the higher administrative authority, see. § 24.





§ 2. The following powers in law of higher artistic education institutions be delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) shall lay down the rules on the training content and duration, including about enrolling students to educational items and sign-up of undergraduate training elements on a master's degree, about the examinations, tests and assessments, including whether students signing up for and unsubscribe from these, for access to education whether the hiring of teachers and scientific employees, on the acquisition of doctoral degrees, about complaints to the institution from the students in connection with examinations and tests as well as procedures for the treatment thereof, concerning the criteria for the selection of the talented students who can attend additional training activities, see. section 9 (a), paragraph 1, and for the issuance of diplomas that can be applied to honors and recognition, and on the rules on the provision of single subjects, see. section 9 (a), paragraph 2, including criteria for the selection of the talented students who can participate in single subjects, see. Article 10, paragraph 1.

2) lays down rules to the effect that the educational institution shall decide on the merit of parts of an education on the basis of completed and successful educational elements, including that the educational institution can obtain information of the student or other educational institutions in Denmark or abroad if carried out educational elements, see. Article 10, paragraph 2.

3) lay down rules requiring that educational institutions must publish a statistic over their credit practices, see. § 10 (3).

4) lays down detailed rules on the administration of the institutions referred to in article 6. Article 11, paragraph 1.

5) Can lay down rules on the acquisition of the PhD degree on institutions that drive research on a high scientific level, see. § 12.

6) may provide that an institution that provides continuing education, open education, training of certain foreign students and the training of PhD students, whose education is being funded by external funds can charge for participation in teaching and examination regulation. Article 13, paragraph 2.

7) lays down rules on the collection and regulation of fee in accordance with article 13, paragraph 5 of the basic regulation. Article 13, paragraph 6.

8) Can approve the institutions to conclude agreements of non-commercial nature of self-governing institutions and organisations that are related to the institutions, and whose main objective is linked to the institution's purposes, see. § 14.

9) shall take decisions in complaints over legal questions by an institutional decisions, see. Article 15, paragraph 1.

10) lays down detailed rules on access to the complaint, including the decisions, with the exception of complaints about legal issues by decisions on a student's legal status, should not be brought before the Agency, see. Article 15, paragraph 2.

11) May, upon a proposal from the boards of the institutions, who wish to be amalgamated, approve the merger of a higher artistic educational institution with research institutions or other institutions of higher education, see. Article 15 b, paragraph 1.

12) May, upon a proposal from the boards of the institutions that want Division, approve, to a higher artistic educational institution by cleavage will transfer part of its rights and obligations to research institutions or other institutions of higher education, see. Article 15 b, paragraph 3.

13) Can lay down detailed rules on mergers and divisions, see. Article 15 b, paragraph 7.
14) may require personal information from the educational institution for students and graduates to use for gathering information about students ' assessment of the quality of education on their own education and graduates assessment of their educational relevance in relation to their employment, see. section 15 (d).

15) may lay down special rules for institutions or parts thereof, performing specific tasks, or where special circumstances so dictate, without prejudice. Article 16, paragraph 2.

16) Can lay down detailed rules on the conditions for government subsidies, including the number of students, as well as rules about budgets, accounts, the control and supervision of the institution, etc., see. Article 16 c, paragraph 1.

17) may provide that the State grants to the institution will lapse in whole or in part, if the Agency for higher education considers that there is no further need for the institution or part of its business, or if the institution will override existing rules or conditions established for government subsidies, without prejudice. Article 16 c, paragraph 3.

18) Approves the institution's Statute, see. section 16 d.





§ 3. The following powers in the Act on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) Can organise each training so that parts of the training shall be carried out by one or more recognised foreign institutions, see. § 10.

2) Can impose an institution which ceases to provide an education to complete ongoing training session after a plan approved by the Management Board, in accordance with article 3. Article 16, paragraph 2.

3) may require an institution to record students who cannot complete their education as a result of the fact that the institution to which the student is accepted at, cease or ceased to offer the relevant training, without prejudice. Article 16, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

4) approves a vocational Academy, a University College and the Danish School of media and Journalism at supply abroad of education institution in accordance with the law on accreditation of higher education institutions can be approved to offer in Denmark, see. Article 17 a, paragraph 1.

5) When conditions by tendering abroad necessitates it, may decide to derogate from the provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder, see. Article 17 a, paragraph 3.

6) lays down rules of supply abroad and may derogate from the provisions of the law, see below. section 17 (a), paragraph 4.

7) lays down rules on education and training, including training in quality assurance and quality development of curricula, on access, enrolment, leave, tests and exams, registration and de-registration from samples, assessment and censors, on the application of the common European point system (ECTS), about the student's duty to participate in the educational process, criteria for the selection of the talented students who can attend additional training activities, see. section 7 (a), for the issuance of diplomas that can be applied to honors and recognition, and on the access course and exam for engineering education and access to similar technical education, see. § 22 (1).

8) Can lay down rules about teacher qualifications and on educational institutions ' duty to provide internships, see. Article 22, paragraph 2.

9) lays down rules to the effect that the educational institution shall decide on the merit of parts of an education on the basis of completed and successful training and employment, including elements that the educational institution can obtain information of the student or other educational institutions in Denmark or abroad if carried out educational elements and employment regulation. Article 23, paragraph 1.

10) lays down rules to the effect that uddannelsesinstituionerne should publish statistics for their credit practices, see. Article 23, paragraph 2.

11) Can lay down detailed rules on restraint work, see. Article 24, paragraph 3.

12) may fix the number of student places for study programmes covered by the Act, without prejudice. § 25.

13) Can lay down rules on the provision and allocation of training places for individual training, see. Article 26, paragraph 2, 1. PT.

14) may derogate from the provisions of the Act in the context of educational testing, see. § 27.

15) shall take decisions in appeals against decisions by the institution shall, in accordance with the law or in accordance with rules laid down under the law when the complaint relates to legal issues, see. § 28.

16) Can lay down rules about access to justice and can including provide that complaints can be brought before a special appeal body, which can take the final administrative decision, as well as to retaken and reassessment in connection with complaints about conditions at the samples may result in a lower rating, see. § 30.

17) oversees the education after this law and guide institutions on the rules for the individual training and can obtain the necessary information about training, education, students, teachers and institutions operating in addition to use for this supervision, can impose on institutions providing training for teacher in elementary school, to develop initiatives and implement activities, both regionally and nationally with relevant teaching competencies ensure trained teachers in relation to public school needs , and may lay down detailed rules on this subject, see. section 31 of the Act.

18) lays down rules for grants after 32 (1) of the Act, including those relating to advance payment and statement of number of year students, see. Article 32, paragraph 2.

19) lays down rules on compensation in accordance with article 34, paragraph 2 and can including decide that there must be a acontoordning for VAT compensation to institutions, see. Article 34, paragraph 3.

20) lays down rules on the conditions for and the calculation of the special allowances referred to in article 6. § 36, 3. PT.

21) may provide special reimbursement rules for education with little approach, if it is on the basis of geographical or professional respect is important to maintain the training of the basic regulation. section 37, paragraph 1.

22) May in exceptional cases authorise expenditure in the case of a business college education in whole or in part be borne by other public or private resources, including through the tuition fee, and may lay down rules to this effect, see. § 38.





§ 4. The following powers in law on clearance and grant for certain foreign students at the vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) Can lay down rules about to what degree programmes that can be assigned to the clearance and scholarship after § 1, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. section 1, paragraph 5.

2) lays down detailed rules on the administration of the scheme, including on the allocation of funds for the free places and fellowships between vocational academies, colleges and media and journalism, regarding an application for, allocation and measurement of clearance and scholarship, the withdrawal of clearance and scholarship, pledge on repayment of too much paid scholarship, bonds, return and recovery, etc., about the institutions reporting to the Agency on the allotted free places and scholarships and about institutions ' repayment to the Agency of unused funds without prejudice to article. Article 2, paragraph 1.

3) shall take decisions in complaints over legal issues by decisions taken by educational institutions shall, in accordance with the law or in accordance with rules laid down under the law referred to in article 6. § 3.





§ 5. The following powers in the law on media and journalism is delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) may provide that the College for one or more of the above courses only must fulfill the requirement in specific parts of the country, see. Article 4, paragraph 2.

2) Can lay down rules relating to the conditions referred to in article 8, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. § 8, paragraph 2.

3) Can decide when conditions by tendering abroad so require, to derogate from the provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder, see. Article 9 a, paragraph 2.

4) lays down rules on tenders abroad, including the fee for the processing of applications for approval of offerings, tuition fee and implementing the supply through a company with limited liability and that students on supply abroad are not included in the institution's grant basis and may derogate from the provisions of the Act by rulemaking, see. 9 (a), paragraph 3 of the Act.

5) Approves the school Statute, see. Article 10, paragraph 2.

6) Can lay down rules to the effect that article 11, paragraph 4, does not apply at the rental conditions of negligible, see. Article 11, paragraph 5, 2. PT.

7) provides college an institutional subsidy to be determined at the annual finance laws, see. § 22 (1).

8) Can provide grants for other tasks performed by the school of business, including development and research tasks, videncenterfunktioner and cooperation with research institutions, see. Article 22, paragraph 2.

9) subsidizes the school of business administration, management, building operation, acquisition and maintenance of premises, buildings and land, see. Article 22, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

10) Can impose school fees apply to ask any available local capacity at the disposal of other government-funded educational institutions, see. § 23.

11) After discussion with the Ministry of finance can impose School of business for a period of time to postpone the launch of the planned construction of a certain size, taking into account the nationwide or regional economic regulation of construction of the basic regulation. Act 24.
12) lays down rules on compensation in accordance with article 25, paragraph 2, and can including decide that there must be a acontoordning for VAT compensation for College, see. Article 25, paragraph 3.

13) lays down rules on activity reports, statement of the number of student employees, yearly students and graduates and may determine the minimum and maximum framework for access to education, without prejudice. § 27.

14) Can lay down rules concerning the terms and conditions for grants and loans, see. Article 28, paragraph 1 1. PT.

15) provides for negotiations with the Finance Ministry rules on school budget and authorization system and for payment of the grant, including the advance payment to the College, see. section 28 (1), (2). PT.

16) lays down rules concerning the reimbursement and control of paid grants, see. section 28 (1), (3). PT.

17) Can by the granting of subsidies for College make conditions that promote the purpose of the Act on an active employment action (social clauses), see. Article 28, paragraph 2.

18) Can lay down rules about rent agreements, including in exceptional circumstances decide to rent agreements must be concluded on terms other than those referred to in article 29, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. Article 29, paragraph 2.

19) may temporarily withhold grants, let grants be canceled in whole or in part, or to demand reimbursement repaid in whole or in part, if the school does not follow the provisions of the Act or the rules or agreements referred to in article 6. section 30, which is provided or contracted in accordance with the law, or injunction, see. Article 31, paragraph 1 1. PT.

20) May withhold grants to school or let grants be canceled if there is filed for bankruptcy against the College, if the high school stops his payments, or when there is a danger that the school's activities must be set out in annex II. section 31 (1), (2). PT.

21) may require subsidies paid, if the basis for the calculation of the grant or subsidy calculation, incidentally, has been flawed, see. Article 31, paragraph 2, 1. PT.

22) May, upon a proposal from the boards of the institutions, who wish to be amalgamated, approve the merger of media and journalism with research institutions or other institutions of higher education, see. section 31 (a), paragraph 1., 1. PT.

23) May, upon a proposal from the boards of the institutions who want cleavage, agree to media and journalism by the divisions will transfer part of its rights and obligations to research institutions or other institutions of higher education, see. section 31 (a), (3) 1. PT.

24) Can lay down detailed rules on mergers and divisions, see. section 31 (a), paragraph 6.

25) Together with the Auditor General pursuant to section 9 of the Act on the audit of State accounts, etc. may agree to audit tasks carried out in a defined cooperation between the Auditor General and the in section 32, paragraph 2, referred to internal auditor referred to in article 6. Article 32, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

26) lays down rules on the content of the annual report and on the school's accounting, see. Article 32, paragraph 4.

27) may impose on the Board within a specified time limit to appoint another auditor if the auditor does not satisfactorily meets the requirements to the review after the law or rules thereunder, or otherwise override his duties as an auditor, in accordance with article 3. Article 32, paragraph 5.

28) lays down rules on auditor's verification of school information for use in the calculation of State aid referred to in article 6. Article 32, paragraph 6.

29) Can lay down rules about when the rent ratio in accordance with § 33 (1), (2). point, is of negligible, see. Article 33, paragraph 2.

30) Can lay down rules on the inventory of assets in accordance with article 35, paragraphs 1 to 3 of the basic regulation. Article 35, paragraph 4.

31) supervises the College and can obtain the necessary information for this use, see. 36 (1) of the Act.

32) can issue orders to school to change the enterprise in question, see. § 14 (2) and (3) and section 31, if the agency finds that the school's activities are not in accordance with this Act, the regulations or agreements established or entered into under the law referred to in article 6. Article 36, paragraph 2.

33) should take measures as soon as possible to the re-establishment of a lawful and good governance if it of the auditor's report or otherwise evidenced the existence of offences or other unacceptable conditions in relation to the management of the school's resources, see. section 37.

34) Can lay down rules about the quality assurance of the high school, including on quality assurance systems, see. § 38.

35) Can obtain all necessary information from the College of education, the students, staff, equipment, rent agreements, agreements on property purchase and other agreements and on the school's operation, moreover, to be used for the determination of subsidies, review of annual report, implementation of the supervision and the preparation of statistics and may provide that such information should be provided in electronic form, and can including setting, in which format the delivery must happen and can lay down rules that effect without prejudice to article. § 39, paragraph 1.

36) may provide that the College must apply common administrative systems, and can lay down rules about such systems, see. § 39, paragraph 2.

37) may require personal information from College on students and graduates to use for gathering information about students ' assessment of the quality of education on their own education and graduates assessment of their educational relevance in relation to their employment, see. section 39 (a).

38) Can lay down rules on electronic communications between school and agency, between school and other public authorities and educational institutions covered by legislation, the Ministry of education and research, as well as between school and the users thereof, including on the use of digital signature, see. Article 40, paragraph 1.

39) Can lay down rules to the effect that the College ensures that other information about the school of business in an easily accessible way is stated on the school's website on the Internet, see. Article 40, paragraph 2.

40) Can lay down rules about the school's access to lay down guidelines on the students ' behaviour and on the school's access to carry out disciplinary measures against students who do not comply with the guidelines that the College shall determine, in accordance with article 3. § 41.

41) Can lay down rules that are complaining about the school's decisions can be challenged before the Agency, including whether the complaint period or that certain decisions cannot be challenged before the Agency, see. Article 42, paragraph 1.

42) shall take decisions in complaints about legal issues relating to decisions about a student's legal status, see. Article 42, paragraph 2.





§ 6. The following powers in the Act on vocational academies of higher education be delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) provides vocational Academy's geographic scope, see. Article 4, paragraph 2 1. PT.

2) Can determine the relative business academies must make the decision jointly, if two or more vocational academies in whole or in part have a common geographical coverage and in the community to cover the need for these courses in the area, see. Article 4, paragraph 2 2. and (3). PT.

3) may provide for more vocational academies must cover a geographic area or region needs for one or more further-reaching technical and mercantile education, or to Business Academy will cover the needs of the whole country or specific parts, see. § 4 (3).

4) Can lay down rules relating to the conditions referred to in article 9, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. § 9, paragraph 2.

5) When conditions by tendering abroad necessitates it, may decide to derogate from the provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder, see. section 10 (a), paragraph 2.

6) lays down rules on tenders abroad, including the fee for the processing of applications for approval of offerings, tuition fee and implementing the supply through a company with limited liability and that students on supply abroad are not included in the institution's grant basis and may derogate from the provisions of the Act by rulemaking, see. section 10 (a), paragraph 3.

7) approves the Business Academy Statute, see. Article 11, paragraph 1.

8) lays down rules on the requirements for the content of vocational akademiernes statutes referred to in article 6. Article 11, paragraph 2.

9) Can lay down rules to the effect that article 14, paragraph 6, does not apply at the rental conditions of negligible, see. Article 14, paragraph 7, 2. PT.

10) provides vocational Academy institutional grants, which shall be determined at the annual finance laws, see. Article 24, paragraph 1.

11) Can provide grants for tasks performed by Business Academy, including research and development activities and cooperation with research institutions, see. Article 24, paragraph 2.

12) subsidizes the Business Academy's administration, leadership, building operation, acquisition and maintenance of premises, buildings and land, see. Article 24, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

13) Can impose a Business College for a fee to make any available local capacity at the disposal of other government-funded educational institutions, see. § 25.

14) After discussion with the Ministry of finance can impose a Business College for a period of time to postpone the launch of the planned construction of a certain size, taking into account the nationwide or regional economic regulation of construction company, see. § 26.
15) lays down rules on compensation in accordance with § 27, paragraph 2, and can including decide that there must be a acontoordning for VAT compensation to vocational academies, see. § 27, paragraph 3.

16) lays down rules on activity reports, statement of the number of student employees, yearly students and graduates and may determine the minimum and maximum framework for access to education, without prejudice. section 29 of the Act.

17) Can lay down rules establishing the terms and conditions for grants and loans, see. Article 30, paragraph 1 1. PT.

18) negotiated with the Ministry of Finance shall lay down the rules on business akademiernes budget and authorization system and for payment of the grant, including the advance payment, vocational academies, see. section 30 (1), (2). PT.

19) lays down rules on the reimbursement and control of paid grants, see. section 30 (1), (3). PT.

20) By the provision of grants for vocational Academies can provide conditions that promote the purpose of the Act on an active employment action (social clauses) and may lay down rules to this effect, see. Article 30, paragraph 2.

21) Can lay down rules about rent agreements, including in exceptional circumstances decide to rent agreements must be concluded on terms other than those referred to in article 31, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. Article 31, paragraph 2.

22) may temporarily withhold grants, let grants be canceled in whole or in part or require reimbursement in whole or in part for commercial repaid academies that do not follow the provisions of the Act or the rules or agreements referred to in article 6. § 32, established or entered into pursuant to the law or injunction, see. Article 33, paragraph 1.

23) May withhold grants to a business college or let grants be eliminated for vocational Academy, if there is filed for bankruptcy against erhvervsakademiet if erhvervsakademiet stops his payments, or when there is a danger that the vocational Academy's activities must be set out in annex II. Article 33, paragraph 2.

24) may require subsidies paid, if the basis for the calculation of the grant or subsidy calculation, incidentally, has been flawed, see. Article 33, paragraph 3.

25) Together with the Auditor General pursuant to section 9 of the Act on the audit of State accounts, etc. may agree to audit tasks carried out in a defined cooperation between the Auditor General and the in section 34, paragraph 2, referred to internal auditor referred to in article 6. Article 34, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

26) lays down rules on the content of the annual report and vocational Academy's accounting, see. Article 34, paragraph 4.

27) may impose on the Board within a specified time limit to appoint another auditor if the internal auditor is not satisfactorily meets the requirements for audit in accordance with law or rules thereunder, or if the auditor incidentally overrides his duties as an auditor, in accordance with article 3. Article 34, paragraph 5.

28) lays down rules on auditor's verification of vocational college's information for use in the calculation of State aid referred to in article 6. Article 34, paragraph 6.

29) Can lay down rules about when the rent ratio in accordance with article 35, paragraph 2, 1. point, is of negligible, see. Article 35, paragraph 2 2. PT.

30) upon the recommendation of the boards to approve the merger of two or more professional academies, see. Article 36, paragraph 1 1. PT.

31) upon the recommendation of the boards may approve, to a Business College at Division entrusts parts of his rights and forligtelser to another business Academy, see. Article 36, paragraph 2.

32) upon the recommendation of the boards may authorise an institution for vocational training by the Division shall transfer the rights and obligations relating to one or more business Academy training and continuing education with its videncenterfunktion as a whole or a part thereof for a vocational Academy, see. Article 36, paragraph 3.

33) upon the recommendation of the boards can allow the creation of a new vocational Academy by the merger of an institution for vocational education with a vocational Academy, if the main activity of the institution for vocational education and training is higher education, see. Article 36, paragraph 4.

34) may provide that one of the institutions that merged, does not dissolve, but will be the continuing institution, without prejudice. Article 36, paragraph 5.

35) Can lay down rules on mergers and divisions in accordance with § 36, paragraphs 1 to 5, including the content of the agreements for the merger or demerger, see. Article 36, paragraph 8.

36) Can lay down rules, under which chapter 15 of the companies act shall apply mutatis mutandis on the merging and splitting, see. section 36, paragraph 9.

37) upon the recommendation of the boards of the institutions, who wish to be combined, can approve that research institutions or other institutions of higher education are part of a merger or a demerger in accordance with § 36 with a vocational Academy, see. § 37, 1. PT.

38) Can lay down rules on the inventory of the Business Academy's fortune after section 39, paragraphs 1 to 3 of the basic regulation. § 39, paragraph 4.

39) oversees vocational academies and can obtain the necessary information for this use, see. Article 41, paragraph 1.

40) may issue injunctions to a vocational college to change the undertaking in question, if the agency finds that the Business Academy activities are not in accordance with the law or the rules or agreements established or entered into under the law referred to in article 6. section 41, paragraph 2.

41) should take measures as soon as possible to the re-establishment of a lawful and good governance if it of the auditor's report or otherwise evidenced the existence of offences or other unacceptable conditions in relation to the management of vocational college's resources, see. § 42.

42) Can lay down rules about the quality assurance of vocational academies, including on quality assurance systems, see. § 43.

43) Can obtain all necessary information from the vocational academies of education, students, employees, equipment, rent agreements, agreements on property purchase and other agreements and on business incidentally to the use akademiernes operation for the determination of subsidies, review of annual reports, implementation of the supervision and the preparation of statistics, may decide that such information shall be supplied in electronic form, including determining the format of the delivery shall be effected and may lay down rules to that effect without prejudice to article. section 44 (1).

44) may provide that commercial academies must apply common administrative systems and can regulate accordingly, without prejudice. Article 44, paragraph 2.

45) may require personal information from the Business Academy for students and graduates to use for gathering information about students ' assessment of the quality of education on their own education and graduates assessment of their educational relevance in relation to their employment, see. section 44 (a).

46) Can lay down rules on electronic communications between the Business Academy and agency, between the Business Academy and other public authorities and educational institutions covered by the legislation of the Ministry of education and research, as well as between the Business Academy and the users thereof, including on the use of digital signature, see. Article 45, paragraph 1.

47) Can lay down rules that commercial academies ensures that also other information about vocational academies in an easily accessible way is illuminated on the vocational akademiernes website on the Internet, see. Article 45, paragraph 2.

48) Can lay down rules about Business Academy access to lay down guidelines for student behavior and for business akademiernes access to carry out disciplinary measures against students who do not comply with the guidelines, as vocational Academy sets, see. § 47.

49) Can lay down rules to the effect that the complaints of the Business Academy's decisions can be challenged before the Agency, including whether the complaint period or that special decisions cannot be challenged before the Agency, see. Article 48, paragraph 1.

50) shall take decisions in complaints about legal issues relating to decisions about a student's legal status, see. Article 48, paragraph 2.





§ 7. The following powers in law on university colleges of higher education be delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) may provide that several university colleges together to cover the region's or a geographical area needs for one or more courses, or to the University College to cover the needs of the whole country or specific parts thereof referred to in article 6. section 4, paragraph 4.

2) Can lay down rules relating to the conditions referred to in article 8, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. § 8, paragraph 2.

3) When conditions by tendering abroad necessitates it, may decide to derogate from the provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder, see. section 10 (a), paragraph 2.

4) lays down rules on tenders abroad, including the fee for the processing of applications for approval of offerings, tuition fee and implementing the supply through a company with limited liability and that students on supply abroad are not included in the institution's grant basis and may derogate from the provisions of the Act by rulemaking, see. section 10 (a), paragraph 3.

5) Approves University School of business regulations, see. Article 11, paragraph 1.

6) Can lay down rules about professional school statutes, see. Article 11, paragraph 2.

7) Can lay down rules to the effect that article 14, paragraph 6, does not apply at the rental conditions of negligible, see. Article 14, paragraph 7, 2. PT.
8) May authorize derogation from article 14, paragraph 1 1. paragraphs, see. Article 14, paragraph 8.

9) provides University College institutional grants, which shall be determined at the annual finance laws, see. 24 (1) of the Act.

10) Can provide grants for tasks performed by University College, including research and development activities and cooperation with research institutions, see. Article 24, paragraph 2.

11) subsidizes the University School of business administration, management, building operation, acquisition and maintenance of premises, buildings and land, see. Article 24, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

12) Can impose a University College in return for payment to make any available local capacity at the disposal of other government-funded educational institutions, see. § 25, 1. PT.

13) Can impose a University College in return for payment to provide sports facilities available to other government-funded educational institutions, in so far as this can be accommodated in the institution's activities, see. § 25, 2. PT.

14) After discussion with the Ministry of finance can impose a University College for a period of time to postpone the launch of the planned construction of a certain size, taking into account the nationwide or regional economic regulation of construction company, see. § 26.

15) lays down rules on compensation in accordance with § 27, paragraph 2, and can including decide that there must be a acontoordning for VAT compensation for professional schools, see. § 27, paragraph 3.

16) lays down rules on the payment of subsidies after § § 24 and 35, including whether the activity reports and the payment of subsidies, the inventory of the number of student employees, yearly students and graduates, and can determine the minimum and maximum framework for the approach to education as well as on the recovery and control of paid grants, see. § 30.

17) Can lay down rules establishing the terms and conditions for grants and loans, see. Article 31, paragraph 1 1. PT.

18) negotiated with the Ministry of Finance shall lay down rules on University high school's budget and authorization system and for payment of the grant, including the advance payment to the University high schools, see. section 31 (1), (2). PT.

19) by the granting of subsidies to colleges can provide conditions that promote the purpose of the Act on an active employment action (social clauses) and may lay down rules to this effect, see. Article 31, paragraph 2.

20) Can lay down rules about rent agreements, including in exceptional circumstances decide to rent agreements must be concluded on terms other than those referred to in article 32, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. Article 32, paragraph 2.

21) may temporarily withhold grants, let grants be canceled in whole or in part, or to demand reimbursement repaid in whole or in part for the University colleges, which do not follow the provisions of the Act or the rules or agreements referred to in article 6. § 33, laid down or concluded according to law, or injunction, see. Article 34, paragraph 1.

22) May withhold grants to colleges or let grants be waived for university colleges, which claimed declared bankrupt or stops their payments, or when there is a danger that a professional company must be set, within the meaning of Bible College. Article 34, paragraph 2.

23) may require subsidies paid, if the basis for the calculation of the grant or subsidy calculation, incidentally, has been flawed, see. Article 34, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

24) shall approve the staff regulations of the free Teacher school, see. Article 35, paragraph 2, 1. PT.

25) Together with the Auditor General pursuant to section 9 of the Act on the audit of State accounts, etc. may agree to audit tasks carried out in a defined cooperation between the Auditor General and the in section 36, paragraph 2, referred to internal auditor referred to in article 6. Article 36, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

26) may impose on the Board within a specified time limit to appoint another auditor if the auditor does not satisfactorily meets the requirements for audit in accordance with law or rules thereunder, or otherwise override his duties as an auditor, in accordance with article 3. Article 36, paragraph 5.

27) lays down rules on auditor's verification of the professional school of business information for use in the calculation of State aid referred to in article 6. Article 36, paragraph 6.

28) lays down rules about when the rent ratio in accordance with section 37 (1), (2). point, is of negligible, see. Article 37, paragraph 2.

29) on a proposal from the boards of Directors can approve the creation of a new University College by the merger of two or more university colleges for higher education or aggregation of a University College with a business college or school of media and journalism, see. Article 38, paragraph 1 1. PT.

30) upon the recommendation of the boards can approve the creation of a new University College by the merger of a University College with an institution for vocational training, if the main activity of the institution for vocational education and training is higher education, see. section 38 (1), (2). PT.

31) may provide that one of the institutions that merged does not dissolve, but will be the continuing institution, without prejudice. Article 38, paragraph 2.

32) upon the recommendation of the boards may authorise an University College, a vocational Academy or media and journalism by the divisions will transfer part of its rights and obligations to another University College, see. Article 38, paragraph 3.

33) Can lay down rules on mergers and divisions, including whether the content of an amalgamation agreement, and rules under which chapter 15 of the companies act shall apply mutatis mutandis on the merging and splitting, see. Article 38, paragraph 6.

34) upon the recommendation of the boards may approve, to research institutions or other institutions of higher education are part of a merger or demerger pursuant to section 38 with a University College, see. § 39, paragraph 1 1. PT.

35) Can lay down rules on the inventory of University School's fortune after § 41, paragraphs 1 to 3 of the basic regulation. Article 41, paragraph 4.

36) oversees the University colleges and can obtain the necessary information for this use, see. Article 42, paragraph 1.

37) may issue injunctions to a University College to change the undertaking in question, if the agency finds that the professional school of business is not in accordance with the law or the rules or agreements established or entered into under the law referred to in article 6. Article 42, paragraph 2.

38) should take measures as soon as possible to the re-establishment of a lawful and good governance if it of the auditor's report or otherwise evidenced the existence of offences or other unacceptable conditions in connection with the management of the professional school of business resources, see. § 43.

39) Can lay down rules about the quality assurance of university colleges, including on quality assurance systems, see. § 44.

40) Can obtain all necessary information from the colleges of education, the University students, employees, equipment, rent agreements, agreements on property purchase and other agreements and about University high school's operation in addition to use for determining reimbursement, review of financial statements, the implementation of the monitoring and compilation of statistics, may decide that such information shall be supplied in electronic form, including determining the format of the delivery shall be effected and may lay down rules to that effect without prejudice to article. Article 45, paragraph 1.

41) may provide that professional schools must apply common administrative systems and can lay down rules about such systems, see. Article 45, paragraph 2.

42) may require personal information from University College on students and graduates to use for gathering information about students ' assessment of the quality of education on their own education and graduates assessment of their educational relevance in relation to their employment, see. Article 45 (a).

43) Can lay down rules on electronic communications between professional colleges and agency, between university colleges and other public authorities and educational institutions covered by the legislation of the Ministry of education and research, as well as between university colleges and the users thereof, including on the use of digital signature, see. Article 46, paragraph 1.

44) Can lay down rules to the effect that the University colleges must ensure that other information about professional colleges in an easily accessible way is illuminated on the vocational high school's home page on the Internet, see. Article 46, paragraph 2.

45) Can lay down rules that complaints about professional school of business decisions can be brought before the Agency, including whether the complaint period or that special decisions cannot be challenged before the Agency, see. Article 48, paragraph 1.

46) shall take decisions in complaints about legal issues relating to decisions about a student's legal status, see. Article 48, paragraph 2.

47) Can lay down rules about the professional school of business access to lay down guidelines for student behavior and for professional school access to carry out disciplinary measures against students who do not comply with the guidelines, as the University College shall determine, in accordance with article 3. section 48 (a).





§ 8. The following powers in the law on higher education (further education system) for adults in the case of higher adult education and diploma education is delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency:
1) lays down rules on how the training is measured in accordance with a credit system, see. Article 11, paragraph 2.

2) in agreement with the Ministry concerned may approve, to higher education, as other ministries have established rules about forms regulated courses in further education system, see. § 11 (4) 1. PT.

3) Can lay down rules on description attached to the practical training referred to in article 6. Article 12, paragraph 4, 2. section, and section 13 (4), 2. PT., and § 14 (4).

4) lays down detailed rules on access to education, without prejudice. Article 15, paragraph 5.

5) Can lay down rules that other education programs, including private, can provide access to training in the vocational training system, establishing specific access requirements for a training and derogating from the requirement of work experience, see. Article 15, paragraph 6.

6) Can waive the requirement of at least 2 years of professional experience according to section 15 (3), as regards the inclusion of the Defense military diploma, without prejudice. Article 15, paragraph 7.

7) lays down detailed rules on competence assessment, including whether the Organization, duration and implementation, as well as on the evidence and the rights of the certificate gives the meaning. Article 15 b, paragraph 3.

8) Can lay down detailed rules concerning the requirements for the qualifications of persons making individual competence assessment, see. Article 15 b, paragraph 4.

9) Can impose an institution who ceases to provide an education to complete ongoing training session after a plan approved by the Management Board, in accordance with article 3. § 15 (h) (2).

10) may require an institution to record students who cannot complete their education as a result of the fact that the institution to which the student is accepted at, cease or ceased to offer the relevant training, without prejudice. § 15 (h) (3) 1. PT.

11) approves a vocational Academy, a University College, a maritime educational institution, a higher artistic educational institution and the Danish School of media and Journalism at supply abroad of education institution in accordance with the law on accreditation of higher uddannelserkan be approved to offer in Denmark, see. § 15 in (1).

12) When conditions by tendering abroad necessitates it may decide to derogate from the provisions of the Act and the rules thereunder, see. § 15 in (3).

13) lays down rules of supply abroad and may derogate from the provisions of the law, see below. § 15 in (4).

14) may provide that the individual educational institution cannot organise flexible pathways, if the institution does not comply with the rules on flexible course after this Act or rules laid down pursuant to the law or injunction to implement concrete measures for the creation of sound education or educational conditions, see. section 17, paragraph 3.

15) may lay down detailed rules concerning training plans, see. Article 17, paragraph 5.

16) Can lay down detailed rules on regulated pathways, including general rules and rules for individual groups of regulated pathways, and the rules for the special, final training session (påbygningsforløb) and on flexible pathways, including laying down the requirements for graduation projects and to the composition of programme elements in the flexible pathways, see. § 19.

17) For one or more diplomas in management can lay down rules to the effect that the programme elements that are implemented as part of a public management training at diploma level and certified, in accordance with article 3. section 20 (a), (2) and (3) replace the modules of the diploma programme, see. section 20 (a), paragraph 1.

18) negotiated with the Ministry of finance may lay down rules on certification, the Council and the specialised committees of experts, including on the composition of the Council and the specialised committees of experts, secretariat services to the Council, the Council's treatment of applications for certification, criteria for certification and fee for processing the application for certification, see. section 20 (a), paragraph 3.

19) Can lay down detailed rules on the preparation and issuing certificates, see. Article 21, paragraph 2.

20) Can lay down detailed rules thereof and of the cooperation between the educational institutions providing training in the vocational training system, see. § 22, 2. PT.

21) shall take decisions in complaints relating to a school or other institution's decisions in accordance with the law or in accordance with rules laid down under the law when it comes to legal issues, see. Article 30, paragraph 1.

22) Can lay down detailed rules on access to complaint and can including provide that complaints cannot be challenged before the agency or other authority for final administrative decision, as well as to retaken and reassessment in connection with complaints about conditions at the samples may result in a lower rating, see. Article 30, paragraph 2.

23) Can lay down rules on the processing of complaints, see educational institutions. section 30 (a), paragraph 5.

24) From schools and training institutions providing training in accordance with this law, can obtain information about the degree programmes may lay down rules to that effect and can including determine the shape and format of the information obtained, see. section 31 (1) of the Act.

25) Can impose educational institutions to use a common information system by advertising of calls for tender in the training system, see. Article 31, paragraph 2 2. PT.

26) Can lay down detailed rules on quality control, including on the censor institution and whether disciplinary measures against participants, unless pursuant to other legislation is home to lay down rules to this effect, see. § 32.





§ 9. The following powers in the University law delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) oversees the universities, see. § 1, paragraph 2.

2) lays down detailed rules on classified teaching of the basic regulation. § 3 (1) 4. PT.

3) sets out a plan for how the already recorded students on courses referred to in § 3, paragraph 2, 1. paragraph, can complete their training course and in this context may impose other universities to incorporate these students or to take over responsibility for education at that University, see. § 3, paragraph 2 2. and (3). PT.

4) foreign quality assurance making subsequent approval of the training referred to in article 6. section 3 (a), paragraph 3 3. PT.

5) lays down the rules on procurement and the implementation of programmes in accordance with paragraph 3 (a), paragraphs 1 to 6, including on the issue of the diploma, and may derogate from the provisions of the Act on education and study boards, see. section 3 (a), paragraph 7.

6) in exceptional cases derogate from those in section 4, paragraph 1, referred to points, when special conditions are conditional on this, see. § 4 (3).

7) Can determine the maximum framework for access to education, without prejudice. § 4 (5).

8) lays down rules on the acquisition of a doctorate, see. section 6, paragraph 2.

9) stipulates, in the case of the notices referred to in annex 1, general rules on education, including tests, exams and censorship, see. Act §§ 4 and 5, on the titles, which are linked to education, see. § 6, and on access to and inclusion in education, see. section 5 (a) and article 8, paragraph 1 1. PT.

10) stipulates, in the case of the notices referred to in annex 1, detailed rules on appeal against decisions in connection with the tests and exams, including that retaken and reassessment may result in a lower rating, see. § 8 (1), (2). PT.

11) stipulates, in the case of the notices referred to in annex 1, rules that pre-approved educational elements, which subsequently is completed and passed, replacing parts of the training (merit) including that the University can obtain information of the student or other educational institutions in Denmark or abroad if carried out educational elements, see. § 8, paragraph 4, 1. section 12) shall determine, in respect of the notices referred to in annex 1, rules that implemented and successful educational elements from an uncompleted training replaces the parts of a training regulation. § 8, paragraph 4, 2. PT.

13) Can lay down rules to the effect that the Danish tests and exams can be held abroad, possibly on special terms, and may provide that the costs of holding in whole or in part shall be the responsibility of the Danish University or the students, see. § 8, paragraph 5.

14) Can lay down rules to the effect that the communication between the University and enrolled students, including PhD students, and applicants to the University education in whole or in part shall be done digitally, without prejudice. section 8 (a), paragraph 1.

15) For education, such as University provider after approval of another minister, see. § 7, and by agreement with this, lay down rules to the effect that the communication between the University and enrolled students and applicants to the relevant education in whole or in part shall be done digitally, without prejudice. section 8 (a), paragraph 2.

16) lays down rules on the mandatory use of a particular digital system and secure identification of communication covered by article 8 (a) (1) and (2) of the basic regulation. section 8 (a), paragraph 3.

17) Can lay down rules that student evaluations of teaching should be published on the University's home page, see. Article 8 a, paragraph 4.

18) may require personal information about students and graduates from the University to use for gathering information about students ' assessment of the quality of education on their own education and graduates assessment of their educational relevance in relation to their employment, see. section 8 (b).
19) Can lay down rules for guidance in accordance with section 9, paragraph 1, and lay down rules as to when the University should offer guidance for section 9, paragraph 2, and on the scope of this regulation. § 9, paragraph 3.

20) lays down rules for the establishment of Board of appeal decisions of the merit and its business, including access to justice, in accordance with article 3. Article 18 a, paragraph 3.

21) subsidizes the University's teaching, research and outreach activities and other tasks, which are assigned to the University, see. Article 19, paragraph 1.

22) negotiated with the Ministry of finance may lay down detailed rules for grants to universities in their business after § 19, paragraphs 1 and 2, for payment of the grant, including the advance payment to universities and about universities ' budgets and budgeting matters, see. Article 19, paragraph 7.

23) Can regulate what students can trigger grants after section 19, paragraph 1, and for the estimation of number of year students, see. Article 19, paragraph 8.

24) Can obtain information from the University to the budgeting and statistical purposes and establish requirements for student administrative systems, see. section 19, paragraph 9.

25) lays down detailed rules on the administration of free places and scholarships in accordance with article 19, paragraph 10, of the basic regulation. Article 19, paragraph 11.

26) lays down rules for the grants to the University's offerings of single subject after § 4 a, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. Article 19, paragraph 4, of the basic regulation. Article 19, paragraph 12.

27) after due documentation quarterly compensates the University's expenditure for payment of fees pursuant to the VAT law, which after the VAT law cannot be deducted on a company's inventory of tax liability (not fradragsberettiget purchase VAT), and which the University organises on purchases of goods and services, for which a grant, etc. after the Act's sections 19 and 20 of the basic regulation. § 23.

28) Can withhold subsidies let grants be canceled in whole or in part, or to demand reimbursement repaid in whole or in part, if the University does not follow the grant conditions and coverage rules, see. Article 24, paragraph 1.

29) Can withhold subsidies or let grants be canceled in whole or in part, or to demand reimbursement repaid in whole or in part, if the University wanted taken into receivership, stops payments or there is a danger that the University's activities must be set out in annex II. Article 24, paragraph 2.

30) may require subsidies paid, if the basis for the calculation of the grant or subsidy calculation, incidentally, has been incorrect, see. Article 24, paragraph 3.

31) may exercise the same powers as referred to in article 24, paragraphs 1-3, on behalf of other ministries, see. Article 24, paragraph 4.

32) Can lend to different institutional purposes, including for the purchase of equipment, and may determine the procedures and conditions for the loan, see. § 25.

33) Can lay down detailed rules for the University's compilation of calculation basis for use in determining the tuition fee in accordance with article 26, paragraphs 1 to 6 of the basic regulation. Article 26, paragraph 7, of the basic regulation. section 26, paragraph 10.

34) may agree with the Auditor General, to audit tasks in accordance with article 28, paragraph 2, be carried out in a defined cooperation between the Auditor General and an institutional auditor, see. Article 28, paragraph 3, 1. PT.

35) shall be informed of the acceptance and dismissal of members of the institution's auditor as well as about the cause of the auditor change, see. Article 28, paragraph 4.

36) Can lay down rules for financial reporting in accordance with the applicable at any time state accounting rules, see. Article 28, paragraph 6.

37) Can lay down rules on the recruitment of scientific staff and teachers, see. Article 29, paragraph 3, in respect of the notices mentioned in annex 1.

38) to universities may delegate the powers vested in the Minister of Finance has delegated to the Secretary of State, see. section 29 of the Act, paragraph 4.

39) negotiated with the Ministry of finance and the Ministry of transport and Construction may lay down detailed rules concerning the University's construction business and building relationships, moreover, in the case of the buildings, which the University has or has taken over, see. Article 30, paragraph 4.

40) in connection with the approval of the cooperation in accordance with article 31, paragraph 1, with regard to cooperation between universities and governmental education or research institutions, can determine that the State's seizure of the University in relation to third parties can be offset in accordance with article 24, paragraph 5, of the financial contribution to the University in accordance with section 19, paragraph 1, and article 20, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. Article 31, paragraph 2.

41) may lay down special rules for the University, or any part thereof, performing specific tasks, or where special circumstances so dictate, without prejudice. Article 33, paragraph 1.

42) lays down rules on the submission of and rule on complaints concerning legal issues by the University's decisions on students ' conditions, see. Article 34, paragraph 1.

43) After application of the University can approve that foundations and associations contribute to the University's research-based degree programmes, if the relevant funds and associations employment rules do not conflict with the State's employment rules, see. section 35.





§ 10. Powers, including the issuance of administrative regulations is till subject education and Minister for law on State adult education support (SVU), delegated to the Agency for higher education, unless otherwise provided for in paragraph 2.

(2). The powers in section 19 (1), (2). paragraph, to empower the Agency for higher education to carry out certain powers under the law exercised by education and Minister.





§ 11. The following powers in law on regulating access by higher education is delegated from education and Minister to the Board of higher education, such that the Agency: 1) may provide for rules on regulating access by institutions of higher education, see. § 1, paragraph 1.

2) Can lay down rules to the effect that application and other communications for admission to a higher education should be completely or partially digitally and can including setting rules on mandatory use of a particular digital system and secure identification, jf. § 1, paragraph 2.

3) may lay down detailed rules concerning cases in which application regardless of the provision in article 1, paragraph 2, may be filed in paper form, and what decisions and messages regardless of the provision in article 1, paragraph 2, may be filed in paper form, see. § 1, paragraph 3.

4) Can lay down rules concerning the requirements for applicants for translation of diplomas, etc., see. section 1, paragraph 4.

5) Can lay down rules that are complaining about decisions on access or recording, as institutions of higher education have taken pursuant to bemyndigelde, not indbriges may for Agency, see. Article 2, paragraph 1.





§ 12. The following powers in the law on accreditation of higher education be delegated from education and Minister to the Agency for higher education, so that agency: 1) shall request additional technical advice for use of prequalification of new education and educational offerings, see. Article 18, paragraph 2.

2) asks the Accreditation Council to examine whether the criteria set out under section 8 (2) or section 14 (2), continues to be met, see. Article 23, paragraph 1.

3) Receives notification from the Council on Accreditation, to an institution's accreditation is withdrawn, see. Article 23, paragraph 2, 1. PT.

4) Receives notification from the Accreditation Council that an educational accreditation is withdrawn, see. Article 23, paragraph 3, 2. PT.





§ 13. The administration of the notices issued by the Minister of education and in accordance with the laws mentioned in § § 1-12, delegated by the Minister to the National Board for higher education.





§ 14. Education and Minister can take over a power that should be exercised by the Management Board after the publication of higher education.





§ 15. Decisions of the Board of higher education pursuant to the notice, including decisions that agency shall take as supervisory authority, may not be appealed to the education and Minister.





§ 16. The notice shall enter into force on 13 November. July 2015.

(2). The following regulations are hereby repealed: 1) Bekendtgørelse nr. 739 of 20. June 2013 on delegation by the Minister of research, innovation and higher education powers in law on accreditation of higher education institutions.



2) Bekendtgørelse nr. 738 of 20. June 2013 on delegation by the Minister of research, innovation and higher education powers in the Act on the State's education aid (SVU).



3) Bekendtgørelse nr. 726 of 28. June 2012 on delegation by the Minister of research, innovation and higher education powers to the Agency for higher education and training aid.



4) Bekendtgørelse nr. 667 of 24. June 2012 on delegation by the Minister of research, innovation and higher education powers in law on regulating access by higher education.



5) Bekendtgørelse nr. 1301 of 18. November 2010 on delegation by the Minister of science, technology and development powers in the University law.

The Ministry of education and research, the 1. July 2015 Corinne Groves L/Kia Moos



Annex 1 Notices issued by the National Board for higher education under University § 8, paragraph 1, and article 29, paragraph 3
The power to issue regulations pursuant to section 8 of the Act, the University (1), the Agency for higher education, in respect of the following notices:

1) Decree on training for Conference interpreter.

2) notice on masters courses at the universities (master Ordinance).

3) Bekendtgørelse om translation exam on business schools in Copenhagen and Aarhus.

4) Decree on training for the Master of Public Health (MPH) at the University of Copenhagen and Aarhus University.



The power to issue regulations pursuant to section 29 of the Act, the University (3), the Agency for higher education, as regards the following notice:



1) Notice concerning the granting of the title of adjunct professor and adjunct associate professor.

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