The Danish Education System
Children up to school age
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The upper secondary level of education typically begins at the end of full-time compulsory education.
The upper secondary education normally caters for the 16-19-year-olds and comprises four different examinations.
There are four different upper secondary education programmes in Denmark: STX, HHX, HTX and HF.
Here are some facts and figures concerning the use of ICT in upper secondary education programmes.
In Denmark, there are 15 international upper secondary schools, which primarily offer the International Baccalaureate (IB).
The Danish vocational education and training programmes (I-VET) are alternating or sandwich-type programmes.
EGU is an individualised basic vocational education and training programme that is geared towards both employment and continued education.
Production schools are independent institutions with statutes approved by the local authority that provides the school’s basic grant.