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Problems at Hejredal

- Students

The Hejredal Hall of Residence, which is home to many international students, is located in the middle of Gellerupparken. Gellerup has been hard hit by burglaries, and the latest statistics show that the number of break-ins more than doubled between early 2010 and early 2011. The police have invested extra resources, and say that the situation is changing for the better.

 

AU to merge with Engineering College

- Students

On 1 January Aarhus University will be merging with the Engineering College of Aarhus.

Arts and Crafts Christmas market at Ridehuset

- Students

From felted gnomes to eye-catching jewelry, the 95 exhibitions have handmade products for a variety of tastes!

Research and love

- Students

Boredom, arguments and washing your clothes. Living with a partner can be difficult sometimes. An associate professor at AU has written a new book explaining the psychology of love and relationships.

What are you doing on Christmas Eve?

- Students

Is your family far away – in another country perhaps? Are you going to be studying or working over the Christmas holiday? Or would you just like some company on Christmas Eve?

Modernisation? No thanks!

- Students

You may have been wondering about the signs that have appeared recently in some of the windows of the halls of residence in the University Park, featuring the number 496. This is part of a protest against the rebuilding and conversion of these 70-year-old halls of residence.

Aarhus city council members want to jump in the harbor

- Exchange Students - Incoming

By next spring, the water in Aarhus harbor (Aarhus Havn) should be clean enough to bathe in

Christmas Markets

- Students

Don't let the cold keep you away from the Christmas Markets set up in downtown Aarhus and in various places around Denmark.

IC holiday opening hours

- Students

Please note that the International Centre and the Staff Mobility Unit will have limited opening hours during the winter holidays. We will be closed 24 December - 1 January.