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93,388 people have applied for a place in higher education this year
This year, 93,388 people have applied for a place in higher education. This is a slight decrease of 1 % compared to last year.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2021
Type: Press release
published: Jul 05, 2021
A new political agreement limits SU spending on foreign students from the EU
The Government (the Social Democrats), the Liberal Party, the Danish People's Party, the Socialist People's Party, the Conservatives and the Liberal Alliance have entered into an agreement to reduce the number of courses offered in English at higher education institutions.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2021
Type: Press release
published: Jul 05, 2021
Introduction to Research Infrastructures
The vision of the programme is to create better research infrastructure and better access to infrastructure such as laboratories and expensive facilities.
Located in: Research and Innovation What is Funded? Research Infrastructures
Type: Page
Normal everyday life in higher education from 14 June
Students and higher education institutions can return to a normal working day from 14 June. The government has entered into an agreement with a broad majority of the parliamentary parties on when the various corona restrictions will be phased out.
Located in: Newsroom News 2021
Type: News Item
published: Jun 15, 2021
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Located in: Research and Innovation Funding programmes for research and innovation e-grant - self service
Type: Page
Complete reopening of higher education
There is good news for the 250,000 students in higher education throughout the country. From 21 May, their courses will be fully reopened. This is the result of a new agreement for the reopening of society, finally reached on the night between 17 and 18 May.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2021
Type: Press release
published: May 18, 2021
Major award to five outstanding researchers
Five of Denmark's most talented young researchers will receive this year's EliteForsk awards. They are being honoured for their outstanding research findings; findings crucial to meeting the great societal challenges facing Denmark and the world.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2021
Type: Press release
published: May 05, 2021
COVID-19
Changes in the use of Elite Research Prizes and Elite Research Travel Grants due to COVID-19
Located in: Research and Innovation Communicating research Elite Research
Type: Page
Is your research at risk?
Tips on foreign interference and espionage for researchers and other staff.
Located in: Publications 2021
Type: Publication
published: May 05, 2021
Further reopening of higher education
In the Copenhagen Metropolitan Area, including North and East Zealand, the permitted general attendance ratio for students will be increased from 20 to 30 per cent on 6 May, and it will also be possible to use outdoor areas for teaching.
Located in: Newsroom News 2021
Type: News Item
published: May 04, 2021