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Youth travel card – internship or lectures/classes at different location

If your studies involve an internship or lectures/classes in a different location to your normal place of study, you must first apply for a primary youth travel card covering travel from your home address to your place of study in step 1 at ungdomskort.dk (in Danish). You order and pay for this card in step 2 at ungdomskort.dk.

Once you have clicked ‘Godkend’ to approve your application for your primary card in step 1 at ungdomskort.dk, you can then apply for a youth travel card covering travel to your secondary address (internship host organisation or your secondary place of study) by clicking ‘Praktik’ (Internship). Here, you must enter the address of your internship host organisation or your secondary place of study.

In order for the Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office to approve your secondary address, you must submit documentation proving that what you will be doing there is part of your education as well as documentation of the period and the address. Examples of acceptable documentation include your letter of admission/internship contract and advance approval (please note that the internship contract may contain an advance approval if the number of ECTS credits is stated, and it is signed by your degree programme administration, the internship host organisation and yourself). You are welcome to send the documentation by email to su@au.dk. Remember to state your student registration number in your email.

If you are studying medicine and need a secondary travel card for your clinical training, you do not have to submit documentation for the secondary address. We already have the necessary information.

Once the Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office has approved your secondary address, you can order the card in step 2 at ungdomskort.dk. The secondary travel card is free.

You can read more about the above at http://ungdomskort.dk/om-ungdomskort/praktikforlagt-undervisning/.

Mileage allowance

You can read about the conditions for receiving a mileage allowance at http://ungdomskort.dk/hvem-kan-soege/ungdomskort-til-videregaaende-uddannelser/kilometerpenge/, where you can also find the application form.

When submitting the application form to us, you must also submit documentation.

If you are applying because the total waiting time when using public transport is two hours or more per day, you must submit your teaching plans, route plan from your address to the place of study from krak.dk as well as a print from rejseplanen.dk detailing the outward and return journeys between your home address and the place of study using public transport. When searching for your outward journey, you must enter the time you start classes as the time of arrival. When searching for your return journey, you must enter the time you finish classes as the time of departure.

If you are applying because using public transport prolongs your total travel time each day by two hours or more compared to going by car, you must submit a route plan from your home address to the place of study from krak.dk as well as a print from rejseplanen.dk detailing the outward and return journeys between your home address and the place of study using public transport. When searching for your outward journey, you must enter the time you start classes as the time of arrival. When searching for your return journey, you must enter the time you finish classes as the time of departure.

You are welcome to send the application form and documentation by email to su@au.dk. Remember to state your student registration number in your email.

If you do not have a Danish civil registration number

You need a Danish civil registration number and NemID before you can apply for a youth travel card. Read more at http://ungdomskort.dk/hvem-kan-soege/ungdomskort-til-videregaaende-uddannelser/du-har-ikke-et-dansk-cpr-nummer/.

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