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Science Minister Charlotte Sahl-Madsen has shelved plans for private universities in Denmark.

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Minister drops plans for private Unis

The new Science Minister says the idea of private universities in Denmark is not at the top of her list.

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Plans for private universities in Denmark have been dropped for the time being according to a note from the new Science Minister Charlotte Sahl-Madsen (Cons) to the Red-Green Alliance Political Spokeswoman Johanne Schmidt-Nielsen.

“At the moment I do not intend to continue working with the issue of private universities,” the minister writes.

Sahl-Madsen’s decision stops a project initiated by her predecessor, according to Information.

Sahl-Madsen says she will be putting priority on other issues.

“I think there are other things that are more important than private universities in Denmark – so that is not at the top of my wish list,” Sahl-Madsen says.

Her predecessor Helge Sander had wanted to introduce private universities in order to strengthen cooperation between educational establishments and businesses, but Sahl-Madsen says this is not necessary.

“We are able to strengthen this cooperation within the framework that we have at universities today. The universities have already started,” she says.

Edited by Julian Isherwood

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