By Peter Stanners. Results from the International Baccalaureate have been undervalued when converted to the Danish equivalent, the Education Ministry has admitted. International Baccalaureate students applying to Danish universities have been treated unfairly, the Education Ministry has admitted. In a reply to a parliamentary question, the education minister, Morten Østergaard (R), said students who had their IB Diploma marks converted to the Danish upper-secondary equivalent, STX, have been under marked since 2007 – the year Denmark introduced its new seven-point grading scale. More...