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Denmark looks to universities to offer more practical content

The Danish government is mapping the courses offered at universities in an effort to increase the number of practice-oriented programmes.

In a statement published on 9 February, the government said that it was looking to introduce more business-oriented projects in university courses. It is also planning to establish a common set of criteria to increase quality of practical content.

“Universities handle project-oriented courses in different ways. There is no clear framework around them, and there is a lack of a common overview of their quality,” the government said in the statement.

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