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Studenterlauget's so-called Buddy Programme, where Danish students act as Buddies to foreign students, has recently been nominated by the EU for the acknowledged European Charlemagne Youth Prize.

2012.03.30 | Students

Student organisation nominated for prestigious EU prize

Studenterlauget, which is a student organisation at Business and Social Sciences, has won the Danish nomination for the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. The prize recognises projects that promote cross-cultural understanding and integration among young Europeans.

Studenterlauget's so-called Buddy Programme, where Danish students act as Buddies to foreign students, has recently been nominated by the EU for the acknowledged European Charlemagne Youth Prize.

2012.03.30 | Students

Student organisation nominated for prestigious EU prize

Studenterlauget, which is a student organisation at Business and Social Sciences, has won the Danish nomination for the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. The prize recognises projects that promote cross-cultural understanding and integration among young Europeans.

Studenterlauget's so-called Buddy Programme, where Danish students act as Buddies to foreign students, has recently been nominated by the EU for the acknowledged European Charlemagne Youth Prize.

2012.03.30 | Students

Student organisation nominated for prestigious EU prize

Studenterlauget, which is a student organisation at Business and Social Sciences, has won the Danish nomination for the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. The prize recognises projects that promote cross-cultural understanding and integration among young Europeans.

Studenterlauget's so-called Buddy Programme, where Danish students act as Buddies to foreign students, has recently been nominated by the EU for the acknowledged European Charlemagne Youth Prize.

2012.03.30 | Students

Student organisation nominated for prestigious EU prize

Studenterlauget, which is a student organisation at Business and Social Sciences, has won the Danish nomination for the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. The prize recognises projects that promote cross-cultural understanding and integration among young Europeans.

Studenterlauget's so-called Buddy Programme, where Danish students act as Buddies to foreign students, has recently been nominated by the EU for the acknowledged European Charlemagne Youth Prize.

2012.03.30 | Students

Student organisation nominated for prestigious EU prize

Studenterlauget, which is a student organisation at Business and Social Sciences, has won the Danish nomination for the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. The prize recognises projects that promote cross-cultural understanding and integration among young Europeans.

It takes drive – and a Career Festival – to find a job after the studies. According to the Djøf union, more than one third of newly graduated djøf-members are unemployed.

2012.03.30 | Students

Career Festival to help new graduates and young alumni find jobs

An impressive diploma is not enough for new graduates and young alumni during their search for a good job. Therefore, AU Career and AU Alumni have created the Career Festival, which is to serve as a good starting point for the careers of future graduates and young alumni.

It takes drive – and a Career Festival – to find a job after the studies. According to the Djøf union, more than one third of newly graduated djøf-members are unemployed.

2012.03.30 | Students

Career Festival to help new graduates and young alumni find jobs

An impressive diploma is not enough for new graduates and young alumni during their search for a good job. Therefore, AU Career and AU Alumni have created the Career Festival, which is to serve as a good starting point for the careers of future graduates and young alumni.

2012.03.30 | Students

Bestselling author visits BSS

AU Alumni and AU Career invite all students to an inspiring event with Executive Advisor and New York Times bestselling author Mette Nørgaard. She will talk about touchpoints and how they can help us complete tasks.

2012.03.30 | Students

Bestselling author visits BSS

AU Alumni and AU Career invite all students to an inspiring event with Executive Advisor and New York Times bestselling author Mette Nørgaard. She will talk about touchpoints and how they can help us complete tasks.

2012.03.30 | Students

Bestselling author visits BSS

AU Alumni and AU Career invite all students to an inspiring event with Executive Advisor and New York Times bestselling author Mette Nørgaard. She will talk about touchpoints and how they can help us complete tasks.

The Great Debate - Solutions by Re-thinking

2012.03.30 | Students

The Great Debate: Sustainability in the EU

From Friday June 1 to Sunday June 3, you have the opportunity to attend Global Citizen’s conference “Solutions by Re-thinking” which will take place at the Aarhus University.

It takes drive – and a Career Festival – to find a job after the studies. According to the Djøf union, more than one third of newly graduated djøf-members are unemployed.

2012.03.29 | Students

Career Festival to help new graduates and young alumni find jobs

An impressive diploma is not enough for new graduates and young alumni during their search for a good job. Therefore, AU Career and AU Alumni have created the Career Festival, which is to serve as a good starting point for the careers of future graduates and young alumni.

It takes drive – and a Career Festival – to find a job after the studies. According to the Djøf union, more than one third of newly graduated djøf-members are unemployed.

2012.03.29 | Students

Career Festival to help new graduates and young alumni find jobs

An impressive diploma is not enough for new graduates and young alumni during their search for a good job. Therefore, AU Career and AU Alumni have created the Career Festival, which is to serve as a good starting point for the careers of future graduates and young alumni.

The Great Debate 2050

2012.04.03 | Students

1-3 June - The Great Debate: Sustainability in the EU

Global Citizen would like to invite you to “The Great Debate - Solutions by Re-thinking,” an event that will take place at Aarhus University on June 1-3. The goal is to discuss the problems and possibilities we face approaching the year 2050. The event is FREE and transportation can be reimbursed for those living outside of Aarhus.

It takes drive – and a Career Festival – to find a job after the studies. According to the Djøf union, more than one third of newly graduated djøf-members are unemployed.

2012.03.29 | Students

Career Festival to help new graduates and young alumni find jobs

An impressive diploma is not enough for new graduates and young alumni during their search for a good job. Therefore, AU Career and AU Alumni have created the Career Festival, which is to serve as a good starting point for the careers of future graduates and young alumni.

2012.03.27 | Students

Case competition led to full-time job

My team won the competition, and together with another programmer, I am now in the middle of negotiating a full-time contract with a restaurant chain.

2012.03.21 | Students

Call for applications: European Weekend School 2012: "EU's Chronic Dilemma: Migration"

Center for European Studies Student Forum (CESSF) invites students to the 10th European Weekend School (EWS 2012), 10-12 May 2012, at Bo?aziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey. Application deadline: 23 March 2012.

Steffen Skovfoged. Photo: Jesper Rais

2012.03.21 | studerende.au.dk

University Studies Office: We can help with STADS

The students have been experiencing problems with the new study administration system called STADS. And until now they haven’t known where to turn for help. The University Studies Office have announced that they can provide support.

2012.03.23 | Students

The library for Psychology will relocate

On April 10, the library for Psychology will relocate to the joint library in building 1351 in the University Park.

InterResource

2012.04.03 | Students

Become an intern at InterResource!

Are you creative, passionate about project development or event management, and want a great experience to put on your resume? Then read more and apply for an internship at InterResource in either Aarhus or Herning!

Accents Weekly

2012.04.03 | Students

Accents Weekly - international student radio in Aarhus

Tune in every Wednesday from 20.00-21.00 for the most international show in Aarhus! Accents Weekly consists of 37 international students, which explains the different accents every week. They cover everything from international news, music, culture, travel pieces, and even satirical comedy. Check out their Facebook page for more info!

CasaSwap

2012.03.20 | Students

Looking for somewhere to live? Or maybe searching for a roommate?

Casaswap.com is a new housing site created to be international- and student friendly! With more and more users signing up for CasaSwap in Aarhus everyday, this is a handy site that you should be sure to bookmark.

2012.03.16 | Students

Spring 2012 exam registration - exemption

Did you miss the 15 March deadline for exam registrations? Then send a request for permission to register late to Study Centre Arts (Emdrup or Aarhus). Students who registered for their exams by email by 15 March will be registered in the exam registration system on a running basis. You will be able to see your registration online in the course of…

2012.03.15 | Students

Students competing to solve problems of the business world

This April, Business and Social Sciences will host an intensive competition for business students as Aarhus Case Competition kicks off for the very first time. Everyone at the main academic area is invited to participate in four days of learning at Fuglesangs Allé, whilst nine teams will compete in solving real-world business cases and compete for…

2012.03.15 | Students

Students competing to solve problems of the business world

This April, Business and Social Sciences will host an intensive competition for business students as Aarhus Case Competition kicks off for the very first time. Everyone at the main academic area is invited to participate in four days of learning at Fuglesangs Allé, whilst nine teams will compete in solving real-world business cases and compete for…

2012.03.15 | Students

Students competing to solve problems of the business world

This April, Business and Social Sciences will host an intensive competition for business students as Aarhus Case Competition kicks off for the very first time. Everyone at the main academic area is invited to participate in four days of learning at Fuglesangs Allé, whilst nine teams will compete in solving real-world business cases and compete for…

Illustration: ESA-AOES Medialab

2012.03.14 | Students

Is there really life on Mars?

When you send a robot to Mars, any repairs that need doing along the way can be pretty expensive or even completely impossible.

2012.03.14 | Students

Freedom of speech at AU

The Danish media have been focusing a good deal recently on freedom of speech and the decision-making process at Aarhus University.

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