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Let's use innovation to create a better world
Minister for Higher Education and Science Ane Halsboe-Jørgensens speech at TechBBQ 18 September 2019 in Copenhagen.
Located in: The Ministry Speeches 2019
Type: Speech
published: Sep 19, 2019
Funding for Danish Universities
Danish universities primarily finance education and research with public funding allocated in the annual Danish Finance and Appropriations Act. As an additional source of funding, the universities engage in open competitions as well as providing public sector consultancy.
Located in: Education Universities About the universities in Denmark
Type: Page
Funding for Research
Funding for the research activities of the Danish universities is allocated with the purpose of ensuring research of high quality.
Located in: Education About the universities in Denmark Funding for Danish Universities
Type: Page
Funding for Higher Education
The government grants allocated to higher education is mainly determined by student activity at each university.
Located in: Education About the universities in Denmark Funding for Danish Universities
Type: Page
Course: How to prepare a successful Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship application in Horizon 2020, Copenhagen
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions give you the opportunity to move between countries and expand your research skills and network in Europe and globally. But what are the requirements? Who can apply and how to write a successful proposal? The course takes places 26 May 2016 in Copenhagen.
Located in: Newsroom Calendar 2016
Type: Event
Course: The Successful ERC Applicant
Learn how to write a successful ERC proposal and present your research project in the best possible way. Boost your chances of being awarded a grant from the European Research Council by understanding the format and the concepts of the proposal. The course takes place 13 January 2015 in Copenhagen.
Located in: Newsroom Calendar 2015
Type: Event
The Minister for Higher Education and Science appoints David Tarp as special advisor
Minister for Higher Education and Science Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen has appointed David Tarp as special advisor.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2019
Type: Press release
published: Aug 12, 2019
Governmental Scholarships for Danish Students
Within the framework of the bilateral Cultural Agreements programme, Danish students can apply for various governmental scholarships for China, Japan, South Korea, Russia and Egypt.
Located in: Education Programmes supporting cooperation and mobility The Cultural Agreements programme
Type: Page
More students than last year accepted to higher education
65,714 young people have been offered a place on a higher education programme – 1 per cent more than last year.
Located in: Focus
Type: Feature
published: Jul 25, 2019
More students than last year accepted to higher education
65,714 young people have been offered a place on a higher education programme – 1 per cent more than last year. The Minister for Higher Education and Science is particularly pleased that more have been accepted to nursing education, also in regional centres.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2019
Type: Press release
published: Jul 25, 2019