Beginning and end of the academic year

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Denmark 2014/15 - beginning and end of the academic year

The universities are autonomous. The academic year at long-cycle higher education institutions (universities) is normally divided into two semesters and begins typically:

1) Early September (autumn semester)

2) Early February (spring semester)

The academic year runs from 1 September and ends 31 August, but normally with holidays/periods with no teaching between 30 June and 31 August.


Denmark 2015/16 - beginning and end of the academic year

The universities are autonomous. The academic year at long-cycle higher education institutions (universities) is normally divided into two semesters and begins typically:

1) Early September (autumn semester)

2) Early February (spring semester)

The academic year runs from 1 September and ends 31 August, but normally with holidays/periods with no teaching between 30 June and 31 August.


Denmark 2016/17 - beginning and end of the academic year
The  universities  are  autonomous.  The academic  year  at  long-cycle  higher education  institutions  (universities)  is normally  divided  into  two  semesters  and begins typically:  
1) Early September (autumn semester)  
2) Early February (spring semester)  
The academic year runs from 1 September and ends 31 August, but normally with holidays/periods with no teaching between 30 June and 31 August.
Denmark 2017/18 - beginning and end of the academic year
The universities are autonomous. The academic year at long-cycle higher education institutions (universities) is normally divided into two semesters and begins typically:
1) Early September (autumn semester)
2) Early February (spring semester)
The academic year runs from 1 September and ends 31 August, but normally with holidays/periods with no teaching between 30 June and 31 August.
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