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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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2018.02.14 | 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.

The Supplementary Subject Fair will take place on Thursday, February 22, 10:00-16:00 in the Lakeside Lecture Theatres. Photo: AU Communication

2018.02.02 | Students

Inspiration, guidance, information – join the Supplementary Subject Fair at AU on February 22

Are you a Bachelor’s degree student, and do you need inspiration, guidance and information to help you choose your supplementary subject? AU offers more than 60 supplementary subjects – we also have one for you.

2017.09.05 | Students

Novo Scholarship Call

Novo Nordisk and Novozymes invite master students at Danish universities to apply for a Novo Scholarship. Application deadline is 11 September. (Find more information on the Danish page)

2017.04.05 | ST-frontpage

High levels of student well-being at AU with room for improvement

A high degree of satisfaction with their degree programme, strong academic commitment and historically high levels of satisfaction with the physical study environment. These are some of the positive results of a university-wide survey of the study environment at Aarhus University. But challenges remain, such as stress and a desire for more…

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.

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