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Introduction week - master

Master students introduction week 2019

Welcome to your new study programme at Aarhus BSS

Aarhus BSS welcomes all new students. To make it an easier start for you, we have gathered some practical information on this page. You must first and foremost remember to confirm your student place - of course only after you have received your letter of admission. Moreover, you will find information on student card, self service, contact information and other useful things in the right-hand menu.  

Summer intake 2019

Your introduction at the Department of Political Science starts with AU Intro Day at August 27 followed by social event and more. For more information see  https://studerende.au.dk/en/internationalstudents/au-intro-days/campus-aarhus-full-degree/aarhus-bss/aarhus-bss-economics-business-communication-and-political-science/ and on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/674052519719100/).

The teaching commences in week 36, 2019. 

Please make sure to arrive in Denmark in time for the introduction activities, as these include important things such as: introduction to academic regulations and choice of courses, residence certificate and CPR registration, student card, etc.

If you have questions to your study programme, please contact the student counsellors, email: stvejl@ps.au.dk.

The student counsellors will help you work out your study programme. You can either write them an email or go to their office, when you are in Denmark: Student counsellor's office and office hours.

How to get there the first day

We look forward to seeing you at the Department of Political Science, Bartholins Allé 7, DK-8000 Aarhus C. You can find the building's location and print a map here: AU building map 

You can also find your way around by using AU's app. Search for: AU Find in your app store.

Keep yourself updated

The study portal for Political Science is your access to information on for instance student counselling, life as a student, courses, academic regulations and exam forms. We recommend that you check it at least once a week.

International Centre

The International Centre (IC) acts as the central service point for all incoming international students, where you can get non-academic guidance, both prior to your arrival and throughout your studies at AU. 

Find out more here: International Centre

Contact information:

International Centre, Aarhus University, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 4, DK-8000 Aarhus C

Telephone: (+45) 8715 0220
Fax: (+45) 8715 0202
Email: ic@au.dk
Web: www.au.dk/ic

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