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National Information Centres

Styrelsen for Forskning og Uddannelse
Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education

Bredgade 40

DK-1260 Copenhagen K

Denmark

Phone: +45 7231 8700
Fax: +45 3544 6201
E-mail: vur@ufm.dk
Web Site: http://ufm.dk/recognition
Contact person: Mr. Mikkel Buchter, Head of Division

National education bodies

Undervisningsministeriet
Ministry of Education

The Ministry is responsible for pre-primary, primary and secondary education.

Link(s): English, Danish
Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet
Ministry of Higher Education and Science

The Ministry is responsible for higher education and research.

Link(s): English, Danish
Kulturministeriet
Danish Ministry of Culture

The Ministry is responsible for parts of higher education in the areas of art and culture.

Link(s): English, Danish
Styrelsen for Forskning og Uddannelse
Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education

This agency of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research is responsible for higher education and for supporting mobility and studying abroad, recognition of foreign qualifications and international cooperation.

Link(s): English, Danish

System of education

Higher education

Ministry of Higher Education and Science: The Danish Education system

Link(s): English
Primary and secondary education

Ministry of Education

Link(s): English
Eurydice: The Education System in Denmark
Link(s): English

University education

Universities

Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Link(s): English, Danish
The Danish higher education system

Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Link(s): English

Quality Assurance in Higher Education

The Danish Accreditation Institution - Danmarks Akkrediteringsinstitution

The Danish Accreditation Institution is responsible for the accreditation of higher education programmes and institutions

Link(s): English, Danish
Danish Evaluation Institute (EVA) - Danmarks Evalueringsinstitut

EVA is an independent institution under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, responsible for part of the educational quality assurance system in Denmark.

Link(s): English, Danish

Post-secondary non-university education

The Danish higher education system

Ministry of Higher Education and Science

Link(s): English

Recognised higher education institutions

Ministry of Higher Education and Science

The Ministry of Higher Education and Science is responsible for most of the Danish higher education institutions.

Link(s): English
Ministry of Culture

The Ministry of Culture regulates certain higher education institutions within arts and culture.

Link(s): English

Policies and procedures for the recognition of qualifications

Guide to recognition of foreign qualifications

Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education

Link(s): English, Danish

Recognition of Qualifications held by Refugees

Background report on foreign educational qualifications

Refugees who are unable to provide documentation of their qualifications can apply for a background report. The report describes their educational background, indicating how the Danish ENIC/NARIC office would normally assess a similar qualification.

Link(s): English, Danish

Qualifications Framework

Framework

Danish qualifications frameworks
Link(s): Danish, English

Self Evaluation Report

Self-certification report

Verification of compatibility of the Danish National Qualifications
Framework for Higher Education with the Framework
for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area

Link(s): English

Diploma Supplement (DS) Information

Responsible organisation

Styrelsen for Forskning og Uddannelse
Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education

Bredgade 40
DK-1260 Copenhagen K

Phone: +45 3544 6200
Fax: +45 3544 6201
E-mail: sfu@ufm.dk
Link: English, Danish

Information on DS (legislation, template, chart, etc)

Diploma Supplement

The Diploma Supplement has been implemented by law. All higher education institutions are required to issue a Diploma Supplement in English to all students graduated after September 2002. This applies to ordinary study programmes as well as part-time diploma and master study programmes. The supplement follows the common European template as recommended by UNESCO and the Council of Europe.

Link(s): English, Danish