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The former political spokesman for the Social Democratic Party replaces Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen, who is to be Minister of Culture.
A wide majority in the Danish parliament has settled on an agreement that aims to create better educational opportunities throughout the country. The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is expected to cut — or relocate — up to ten per cent of student places before 2030.
Elected politicians have accused them of being dishonest, unreliable, and activist as researchers. We let three researchers face up to this criticism – even though they might get more hate mail.
Plan will mean that the University of Copenhagen will have to cut, or relocate, approximately 3,500 student places. It is necessary, according to Minister of Higher Education and Science Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen (Social Democrat) Even though this will intensify the race for grades.
Danish government plan has the University of Copenhagen either cutting, or relocating, up to 3,500 student places.
I want my daily life back, not a bunch of other stuff, says student politician Esben Bjørn Salmonsen. The Danish government and parliament are ignoring the loss of learning and well-being from the corona lockdowns. The University Post met up with Esben — at a bar.
Morten Messerschmidt wants the Minister of Higher Education and Science to stop one-sided, activist research in, say, gender studies and post-colonial studies. Several researchers see this as a »frightening« violation of the arm's length principle.
There is too much talk about Roskilde Festival and not enough talk about the students' economic problems and concerns for the future during the corona crisis, says Johan Hedegaard Jørgensen, Chairman of the National Union of Students in Denmark.