Denmark is to attract more talented international students from abroad and to retain them following their education. That is one of the main objectives of the government’s new action plan to promote Denmark to international talents as an attractive study destination. The second part of the action plan [...] plan named Denmark – an attractive study destination - How to attract and retain talent from abroad is part of the government’s effort to increase the internationalisation of higher education.
Denmark is to attract more talented international students from abroad and to retain them following their education. That is one of the main objectives of the government’s new action plan to promote Denmark to international talents as an attractive study destination. The first part Enhanced insight
(ERAC) peer review process. It is based on a visit made by the members of the Peer Review team to Denmark in June 2012, supplemented by information on the overall research and innovation system of Denmark summarised in a Background Report.
Program for Denmark 2014 is as follows: Chapter 2 describes the overall economic framework for Denmark. Chapter 3 accounts for the initiatives that Denmark has undertaken and will undertake, in order to comply with the country-specific recommendations for Denmark from 2013 [...] stability and convergence programs are forwarded, which account for fiscal policy. The Danish National Reform Program accounts for the measures that Denmark has taken and will take in order to comply with the country-specific recommendations in response to the National Reform Program and Convergence Program [...] 2013 Chapter 4 regards the initiatives that Denmark has undertaken and will undertake to contribute to the fulfilment of the five main goals of the Europe 2020 strategy. Chapter 5 accounts for the Danish strategy for modernising the public sector, which is one of the main priorities
by Thomas Alslev Christensen The general overview describes the research and innovation support system in Denmark. The overview presents the focus areas of the system and the organisational setup as well as the connections between the national, regional and international research and innovation support
The Cluster Strategy 2.0 - Strategy for Denmark’s Cluster and Network Policy 2016-2018 focuses on five priority areas: Clusters and network as bridge-builder to research and education Clusters as a driver of internationalisation Clusters as a driver in the regional ecosystem Development [...] and Food, the Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate, the Ministry of Health, all six regional growth forums, Danish Regions, Local Government Denmark, and the Copenhagen, Aarhus and Aalborg municipalities. The new cluster strategy builds on past achievements, but it also increases the level of ambition
eyes of the world are turned on Copenhagen during the International Climate Change Conference, we have a unique opportunity not merely to focus on Denmark and Copenhagen, but also to look at the whole Öresund region. Regional cooperation across the Öresund has become a shop window, where the desire to
Professional Amateurs Challenging the Innovation Process The Knowledge Triangle: Education - Research and Innovation "Welcome in Denmark!" - Interview with Denmark's Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Finnish knowledge triangle - systematic failure or problems with the mirrors? [...] Strategic priorities 2011: How Norway should invest in research The Academy of Finland prepares a new Centre of Excellence programme Denmark and the United States agrees on future collaboration in research Re-energising green technologies in Iceland Nordic Countries Cooperating
Der Bericht Links between research policy and national academic Performance. A comparative study of Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands wurde vom Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy der Aarhus Universität, Technopolis Schweden und Technopolis Niederlande
experts, RIM Plus provides detailed information on regional innovation policies for 20 EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom