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2018.02.12 | Students

AU mails will no longer be forwarded

As of 1 March 2018, you will no longer be able to forward mails from your AU mailbox to your private email address. This change is due to requirements in the General Data Protection Regulation.

2018.02.08 | Students

Are you delayed in your programme?

The student counsellors invite you to a guidance session

2018.02.02 | Students

Join the AU Challenge and solve challenges for businesses

Join the AU Challenge and solve challenges for businesses Aarhus University Challenge is a new and exclusive event that brings together students from all faculties at AU.

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2018.01.29 | Opslag

Do you need to park at AU?

From 1 February, students must use the public parking spaces if they need to park close to the university.

2017.11.17 | Opslag

New Economic Talent

New Economic Talent 2018 Call for Papers

2017.10.27 | Opslag

AU Job and Project Bank

Are you interested in a new job eg. as a a student teaching assistant or intro week coordinator? Take a look in the AU Job and Project Bank.

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Career Events

Wed 21 Feb
14:00-16:00 | Fuglesangs Allé 4, S-building (2610), Room s520
Preparation for CompanyDATING - Pitch your way to the job
Prepare yourself for CompanyDATING. Get hands-on tools and advice on how to prepare your pitch, so the companies will remember you.
Thu 22 Feb
16:00-19:00 | Aarhus BSS, S-bygningen (2610), øvre og nedre multisal, Fuglesangs Allé 4
CompanyDATING
After last semester’s success, CompanyDATING returns on 22 February in the S-building. Following the “speed dating” concept, you can meet Danish and international companies interested in hiring student aids, interns, graduates or project collaborators.
Mon 05 Mar
09:00-13:00 | Bartholins Allé, Social science canteen
Meet Akademikernes A-kasse (Bartholins Allé)
If you are not ensured to have a job after finishing your studies, it is a good idea to sign up for an unemployment insurance fund (in Danish ‘a-kasse’). They pay you unemployment benefits (in Danish ‘dagpenge’) and support your job search. Drop by the social science canteen and hear why Akademikernes A-kasse is a good choice for you.
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