- In Focus
‹›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
‹›The European Spallation Source Green light for world’s largest research microscope
‹›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.
- Application and admission 2014
- Grant programme for international talent
- The European Spallation Source
- Copenhagen hosted world-class science
- Your undergraduate future - the replies are in
Students awaiting response on their application for an undergraduate programme will receive notice of acceptance on the 30th of July. But do you get a reply from each institution on you priority list? And what if you were not accepted at all?
- Latest news
Another year with record number of higher education applicants
Jul 05, 2014Records were broken again this year, as 91,000 applied for higher education. Minister for Higher Education and Science Sofie Carsten Nielsen says the greatest task ahead is to ensure high quality higher education which can lead to jobs.
Green light for world’s largest research microscope
Jul 07, 2014
Agreement reached on grant programme for international talent
Jul 04, 2014
Copenhagen hosts world-class science
Jun 26, 2014
Science is our best friend
Jun 24, 2014
- Green light for world’s largest research microscope
- The Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science
- Welcome to our website!
This is the joint website for the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science ufm.dk/en (formerly known as fivu.dk/en.).
The website includes the Ministry/the Department, Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation, Danish Agency for Higher Education and IT Department of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.