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Denmark and Greenland appoint executive board of directors for the International Arctic Hub (IAH)
Date of publication: May 18, 2020 The newly established International Arctic Hub in Nuuk, Greenland, which is a joint initiative between Denmark and Greenland, has appointed a board of directors to manage the important task of the hub’s implementation.
A further controlled reopening within the remit of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science
Date of publication: May 07, 2020 As part of the political agreement concerning the second phase of a controlled reopening of society, it has been decided that activities at institutions of higher education that require in-person attendance are to be reopened from May 18.
Final semester students can return to seven health sciences programmes
Date of publication: Apr 13, 2020 Following the Government's announcement that certain critical health science programmes would reopen for students who are due to complete their programmes soon, the Minister for Higher Education and Science has decided that seven health sciences programmes can be reopened in a controlled manner.
Two new directors in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science
Date of publication: Apr 03, 2020 1 April 2020 the Ministry of Higher Education and Science has welcomed two new directors in the Department.
Period at home extended for students and employees
Date of publication: Mar 23, 2020 The Government has decided to extended the initiatives already in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. The initiatives will be extended up to and including 13 April 2020.
Deadline for proposals to research infrastructure roadmaps will be postponed by two weeks
Date of publication: Mar 13, 2020 The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education has decided to postpone the deadline to Wednesday 15 April 12 Noon.