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Your own personal study portal

After the summer holiday all students at the Faculty of Arts will have access to their own personal study portal – mitstudie.au.dk. This portal is a one-stop shop for all the information you need about your degree programme. And you only need to log in once.

2017.08.23 | Lisbeth Hartmann

Mystudies.au.dk

You can log in (mystudies.au.dk) using your WAYF code. This is the code you normally use to gain access to mit.au and other sites. Mystudies.au.dk contains a range of information which used to be spread out across multiple sites – plus links to systems which used to require separate log-in procedures. In other words, the portal contains everything you need.

What does the site contain?

Here are some of the things you will find:

  • Your timetable for the week – just turn the page to see other weeks.
  • Your three most recent messages in BlackBoard.
  • A list of the courses for which you are registered.
  • Your academic regulations and a clear overview of your degree programme.

You gain direct access to your personal information on a range of different study administrative systems such as mit.au, STADS and digital exams, and your AU mail account.

You can also find important information (deadlines, for instance) from the Arts study portal, as well as links to sites at the Arts portal containing information about teaching, exams etc.

And you can even see all this information on your mobile phone or tablet.

If you have any questions

  • If you have any questions about the content of mystudies.au.dk, please feel free to contact the Study Centre Arts.

Background

For a long time now, AU students have been asking for better access to all the systems containing information about their degree programmes. This is what mytstudies.au.dk should now give them.

The site was tested in the spring of 2017 by students of Media studies and Scandinavia studies, and it has been adjusted and improved based on all the positive and critical feedback which the students have provided.

All students at the Faculty of Arts can use the system from September onwards, and any feedback will be welcome. Does the system work as it should – or could it be improved in any way?

The other faculties at AU will be joining in during the autumn of 2017 and in 2018.

 

 

 

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