Higher Commercial Examination Programme

The Higher Commercial Examination Programme (in Danish: Højere Handelseksamen, abbreviated HHX) is a business-oriented education in Denmark. The 3-year HHX programme requires a completed 9-year folkeskole (primary education) and offers general subjects in addition to business administration, economics, and foreign language. The HHX-programmes are offered at the business colleges, of which there are approximately 50 distributed all over the country.

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... When the students have completed all the examinations at the end of the 3rd year, the college issues a certificate indicating all the marks obtained by the students at the examination and in the ...

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