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Interested in Science Studies?

Centre for Science Studies offers courses in:

  • History and philosophy of science and technology
  • History of Mathematics
  • Science and society
  • Science communication
  • Technology, environment and culture

The Centre offers a Master's Degree in Science Studies.

The science studies courses are open to all students from the Faculty of Science and Technology (and qualified students from other faculties). At the Centre, you also have the option to do individual project work, your bachelor project and Master's thesis, even if you are not enrolled into our MSc program.

The Centre offers an intimate study environment, where students benefit from an international, yet informal, down-to-earth atmosphere between staff and students. As an MSc student, you will have excellent opportunities for engaging in projects related to current research and/or practical content, and you will have the option to specialise in many different subjects.

For more information about our courses, please consult the centre's page for teaching.

You can find more information about the centre on the website: www.css.au.dk.

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2017.03.24 | Science and Technology, Agrobiology, Biology, Civil engineer, ComputerScience, Physics, Geoscience, Chemistry, Mathematics, Molbio

FIRST LEGO League is looking for hosts

The international robotics competition for children is taking place in Aarhus this year with participants from more than 60 countries. We are looking for hosts who are willing to help create an extraordinary experience for the participants.

2017.03.24 | Science and Technology, Agrobiology, Biology, Civil engineer, ComputerScience, Physics, Geoscience, Chemistry, Mathematics, Molbio

Invitation to EMREX survey

Have you studied abroad? Or have you been on exchange within your country? Are you satisfied with the achievement recognition process?

2017.03.06 | Students

Can you solve the food industry's challenges?

The InnovateFood Challenge, which is a new case competition, is looking for 60 talented, Danish and international students who want to help large Danish companies in the food industry find new ways to healthier foods.

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.

In addition, you can follow the progress of the work on Twitter @AUITdrift (in Danish only).

2017.01.26 | 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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