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Universities criticise Danish education reforms

Lack of funding means universities will pay for attempts to regionalise higher education, universities say

The heads of eight Danish universities have spoken out against government proposals aimed at creating a wider spread of higher education institutions across the country.

In a written statement, the rectors of the Danish universities said they respected the attempt to offer more and better education opportunities across Denmark. However, they expressed concerns that the proposals contain a potential cut in funding, which universities were not previously consulted on.

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