, the Higher Technical Examination Programme
(HTX, in Danish
: Højere Teknisk Eksamen
) is a 3-year vocationally oriented general upper secondary programme which builds on the 10th-11th form of the Folkeskole
. It leads to the higher technical examination, the HTX-examination, which permits a student to qualify for admission to higher education
, subject to the special entrance regulations that apply to the individual course.The programme gives special attention to scientific, technical and communicative subjects.With a HTX-diploma in your hand, you are guaranteed to be able to study at any Danish technical, scientific or traditional university as well as technical and technological academy (Akademi) or college (Professionshøjskole).
The aim of the programme is to give the students a general and technical upper secondary education, which through theoretical and workshop-related teaching qualifies the students for admission to higher education. The programme furthermore provides a partial basis for occupational employment and qualifies the student for a reduction of the schooling period in a vocational education and training programme.
The HTX-programme is a 3-year programme. The introductory 6-month semester details the aims of the secondary school period of the vocational education and training programmes offered by the college.
The programme caters for the 16-19 year-old bracket and is divided into years with a certain number of obligatory and... Read More