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2017.02.13 | Students

Do you forward your AU emails to your private email account?

Although it is possible to forward your AU emails, we cannot guarantee that all emails will go through. Instead, we recommend that you configure your private email account to import your AU emails.

2017.01.25 | Students

USE YOUR STANDARD USERNAME TO LOG ON TO WAYF

From 28 January 2017, you must use your standard username (e.g. au123456) to log on to WAYF.

2017.01.18 | Students

Interruptions in IT services during the weekend of 28-29 January

IT maintenance work will affect a number of AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 28 and 29 January.

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2016.11.22 | Opslag

New parking rules at Trøjborgvej, Tåsingegade and the Nobel Park

From 28 November 2016, new parking rules will be introduced for Trøjborgvej, Tåsingegade and the Nobel Park.

2016.11.10 | Opslag

Com Case Competition

is the leading international case competition open to all graduate students within the field of communication. In 2017, the case competition takes place on January 25th-26th, at Copenhagen Business School. Sign up as a team of up to five students, to compete and find the ultimate communcation solution for real-world challenge.

2016.02.23 | Opslag

New summer courses: Culture production in the real world

Are you motivated by practical work and experience, and do you want an idea of what the labour market is really like? Then the courses in culture production offered by the new 2017 Academy Summer Schools might be just the thing for you. The deadline for registering is 15 March.

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Career Events

Wed 29 Mar
10:00-13:00 | S Building, Lower Multi Room
Meet Akademikernes A-kasse
Have you secured a job for when you have finished your studies? If not, it can be a good idea to sign up for a so-called a-kasse which makes you eligible for dagpenge – unemployment benefits – and support with finding a job. Stop by in the S Building and hear why Akademikernes A-kasse is a good choice for you
Tue 04 Apr
16:00-18:30 | Mogens Zielerstuen, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2 Bygning 1422 8000 Aarhus C
How to get a job? Do’s and don'ts
Do you want to know more about what it is like working in Denmark? And what the Danish workplace culture is like? Then join our event: How to get the job? Do’s and don'ts. Here, you will meet Katalin Konya from CA A-kasse. You will also meet Ioana Leu, Social Media Assistant at JACK & JONES and Roland Martijn Blom, Purchasing Manager at Vestas Wind Systems A/S. Get a chance to learn more and ask all your questions.
Thu 06 Apr
10:00-13:00 | Bartholins Allé, Samfundsfaglig kantine
Pitstop with CA
If you have not secured a job when your studies finish, it is a good idea to sign up for a so-called a-kasse – an unemployment insurance fund. They pay you unemployment benefits ("dagpenge") and support you with the job search. Stop by the samfundsfaglig cafeteria and hear about CA A-kasse's benefits.