- In Focus
‹›The first astronaut of Danish nationality 1 September 2015 the first Danish astronaut Andreas Mogensen will begin his space mission. Read about the mission here.
‹›Denmark brings more than DKK 1 billion home from EU projects Danish research and innovation received a boost in the past year, which will benefit nearly 300 research and innovation projects .
‹›51,200 applied for higher education via quota 2 Almost 2000 more applicants to higher education applied via quota 2 this year than in 2014.
‹›EliteForsk Five of Denmark’s most talented researchers received the EliteForsk Award 2015
- The first astronaut of Danish nationality
- Denmark brings more than DKK 1 billion home from EU projects
- 51,200 applied for higher education via quota 2
Ministers to ensure better teaching and increase number of female researchers in the Nordic Region
Jan 09, 2015As Denmark takes the Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2015, a number of initiatives will increase cooperation between the Nordic countries. These will result in better teaching and well-being, improve talent development and ensure an increase in female researchers.
100 Days left before the first Danish astronaut’s space mission
May 22, 2015
Considerably more international students pursuing a full study programme in Denmark
May 20, 2015
Denmark among the most innovative in the EU
May 11, 2015
Committee will not appeal misconduct ruling
Mar 25, 2015
Remember application deadlines to the Danish Council for Independent Research ultimo April 2015
Mar 24, 2015
- 100 Days left before the first Danish astronaut’s space mission
- The Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science
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