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Agreement on Enhancing International Arctic Scientific Cooperation
On 23 May 2018, a new agreement between Denmark and the other seven Arctic states came into force. The agreement aims to increase international research collaboration and to support easier movement of researchers and research equipment across the Arctic region.
Located in: Research and Innovation International cooperation The Polar Secretariat
Type: Page
Agreement on Funding of Higher Education in Denmark
24.11.2017: Agreement on future funding of higher education in Denmark.
Located in: Legislation Political agreements
Type: Page
Agreement Reached on Distribution of Globalisation Fund
The Government entered an agreement on 29 October 2010 with the Danish People's Party, the Social Democratic Party and the Social-Liberal Party on distribution of the Globalisation Fund for 2011.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2010
Type: Press release
published: Oct 29, 2010
Agreement reached on distribution of research and innovation funds
All parliamentary parties have reached agreement on the distribution of a total of DKK 671 million for research and innovation activities in 2016.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2015
Type: Press release
published: Oct 30, 2015
Agreement reached on grant programme for international talent
As part of the "Agreement on a growth package", the Danish Government and the political parties of Venstre, Det Konservative Folkeparti and Socialistisk Folkeparti have agreed to a new trial grant programme to attract particularly talented international students to Denmark.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2014
Type: Press release
published: Jul 04, 2014
All applications to be digital by 2012
University applicants must apply digitally from next year. The science minister believes that young people have the necessary competences and universities must be at the forefront of digitalisation.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2011
Type: Press release
published: Aug 10, 2011
All win by sharing knowledge
Higher Education Minister Morten Østergaard's speech at the opening of ICRI 2012, International Conference on Research Infrastructures, in Copenhagen 21 March.
Located in: The Ministry OLD speeches 2012
Type: Speech
published: Mar 22, 2012
Allocations for proposals in the catalogue of Danish Roadmap for Research Infrastructures 2020
The Minister for Higher Education and Science allocates the National Fund for Research Infrastructure on annual appropriations in the National Budget, and the expectation is that the catalogue will serve as a priority-setting tool for decisions on funding allocations until 2023.
Located in: Research and Innovation Collaboration between research and innovation Research infrastructure
Type: Page
Almost 50,000 have applied for higher education through quota 2
2014 saw a slight increase in the number of quota 2 applicants. According to the Minister for Higher Education and Science quota 2 is a unique opportunity to ensure a good match between students and the respective education programmes.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2014
Type: Press release
published: Mar 19, 2014
Almost 55,000 apply for higher education via quota 2
This year, 54,932 applicants have applied for higher education via quota 2. The Minister for Higher Education and Science recommends that institutions plan enrolment so that the most motivated and qualified students are admitted to their programmes.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2016
Type: Press release
published: Mar 16, 2016