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Vice-dean for Education Per Andersen

2016.02.29 | Students

The vice-dean opens the door for ideas and questions

If you have any ideas for the degree programmes and the study life at Aarhus BSS, if you are puzzled by certain procedures and workflows, or if you have any suggestions for improvements or for different ways of doing things, please drop by Per Andersen’s office - the door is open.

2016.02.22 | Students

All IT systems at AU Library/State and University Library will be closed from 4-7 March

Due to a relocation of the server rooms at the State and University Library, all IT systems at the State and University Library and the AU Library will be out of service on Friday, March 4 at 18:00 to Monday, 7 March at 12:00. In addition, the State and University Library will be closed for access on Saturday, March 5.

2016.03.02 | Students

Important study tool is now mobile-friendly

The course catalogue – one of Aarhus University’s most visited sites – has been redesigned. Improved readability, speed and a more mobile-friendly experience have been the key aims of the makeover.

2016.02.18 | Students

Fewer usernames and passwords

AU now offers students 'Same-Sign-On' for a number of AU's IT systems and services. Same-Sign-On means that you use the same username and password to log on to different systems/services.

2016.02.12 | Students

New Master's degree programme focuses on intercultural competences

In the summer of 2016 the School of Communication and Culture at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University is launching a new Master’s degree programme in intercultural studies. Students can specialise in five different languages.

2016.02.12 | Students

Merete Wiberg is the new chair of the Academic Council

The newly elected Academic Council at the Faculty of Arts has now allocated its official positions. Nina Kofoed from the School of Culture and Society is handing over to the newly elected chair of the council, Merete Wiberg from the Danish School of Education.

2016.02.09 | Chemistry

Would you like to become a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at our Department?

If you are interested in applying for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF) in September 2016 and you are keen to have the Department of Chemistry at Aarhus University (AU) in Denmark as your host, then we would be happy to hear from you.