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First grants awarded for schools research
The first six PhD grants for education research have been awarded. And later in 2012, there is a further DKK 28 million allotted to new research projects focusing on the Danish school system.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2011
Type: Press release
published: Dec 23, 2011
New EU education programme to enhance mobility
The European Commission has presented a proposal for a new education programme entitled “Erasmus for All”, bringing together all EU education schemes. The Commission is paving the way for a considerable increase in the budget to promote student mobility and European educational cooperation.
Located in: Newsroom News 2011
Type: News Item
published: Nov 24, 2011
More – but Too Few – Danish Students Studying Abroad
More students spend study periods abroad. This is shown by the annual statistics on student mobility. – It is a positive thing, even though the increase is a modest one. We need far more young Danes with international understanding, experience and outlook, says the Science Minister.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2010
Type: Press release
published: Sep 27, 2010
Cutting-Edge Research Requires Input from Outside
Today, Crown Princess Mary and Science Minister Helge Sander are allocating five EliteForsk awards, each worth DKK 1.2 million, to some of Denmark's most talented researchers. This year, a large proportion of the award winners are from countries other than Denmark.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2010
Type: Press release
published: Jan 27, 2010
Chinese Top Graduates to be Offered Industrial PhD in Denmark
Thirteen Chinese top graduates will be offered researcher training for Industrial PhDs in Danish companies. The initiative is to strengthen collaboration on research and innovation between Denmark and China.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2009
Type: Press release
published: Oct 21, 2009
Political Agreement about Erasmus Mundus Programmes in Place
The Government has made a political agreement with the Social Democratic Party on the future regulation and financing of the so-called Erasmus Mundus education programmes.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2009
Type: Press release
published: Jun 26, 2009
Agreement about Erasmus Mundus
26.06.2009: Agreement on future regulation and financing of Erasmus Mundus programmes offered as Master programmes in Denmark.
Located in: Legislation Political agreements
Type: Page
Manpower Scholarships for Foreign Students
The number of foreign students completing a full education in Denmark fell by more than 400 students from 2006 to 2007. As a result, the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation suggests that "manpower" scholarships should be established for foreign students.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2009
Type: Press release
published: May 07, 2009
Danish University Underway in China
A far greater exchange of Danish and Chinese researchers and elite students is to take place – and preferably in close interaction with the business sector. At the same time, a Danish university in China might be underway.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2008
Type: Press release
published: Feb 28, 2008