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‹›The European Spallation Source (ESS) The building of the world’s largest research microscope begins
‹›Application and admission 2014 Overview of application and admission to higher education programmes.
‹›Grant programme for international talent Agreement about new trial grant programme to attract particularly talented international students to Denmark
‹›Copenhagen hosted world-class science The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF2014) gathered thousands of researchers, politicians, entrepreneurs, business representatives and journalists for presentations and discussions of new science and research policy.
- The European Spallation Source (ESS)
- Application and admission 2014
- Grant programme for international talent
- Copenhagen hosted world-class science
- Latest news
Record numbers accepted for higher education aimed at the private sector
Aug 06, 2014On 30 July, more than 64,000 people received word that they were admitted to a higher education programme. Especially the business academy programmes saw an increase in the intake numbers and contribute to a total intake number that surpasses the record from 2013.
The building of the world’s largest research microscope begins
Sep 04, 2014
Increasing numbers of students availing of Erasmus
Sep 02, 2014
Denmark engages innovation cooperation with South Korea
Sep 01, 2014
Ruling in reopened case of scientific dishonesty (research misconduct)
Aug 28, 2014
Denmark and Greenland cooperate on education and research
Aug 26, 2014
- The building of the world’s largest research microscope begins
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