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iMentor needs you!

- Students

iMentor is currently gathering the mentor team for international students at Nat and Tech for the spring semester 2022. Maybe that's something for…

iMentor needs you! Photo: Ida Jensen, AU

The Danish Student Survey 2021: You can still make your voice heard!

- Target groups

15 December is the final deadline for participating in the Danish Student Survey 2021, which you have received from the Danish Agency for Higher…

Collecting information on collaboration with companies/organisations

- Students

For full-time students on their Master's degree programme, as well as students at BDE and GMM, who are registered for the Master's thesis or a…

Information on winter exams 2021-2022

- Students

The upcoming winter exams will be conducted as described in the AU course catalogue.

Master's Day 2021

- Students

Are you in doubt about your choice of master's degree programme? Master's Day, which will be held 18 Nov from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is an obvious…

GDPR course available at Brightspace

- Students

As an AU student, you have free access to the university's GDPR course, which you will find at Brightspace.

Studying abroad in 2022 or 2023?

- Students

Would you like to study abroad for a semester? Join one of our information meetings.

 

Would you like to study abroad for a semester? Join one of our information meetings. Photo: Marjun Danielsen

Blackboard is shutting down soon

- Students

Remember to download any Blackboard content you would like to save!

Brightspace - Aarhus University’s Course on data protection (GDPR)

- Students

All students at Aarhus University are automatically enrolled in the AU Course on data protection (GDPR), which you will meet at Brightspace.

Registration for reexamination

- Students

Do you need to pass one or more exams from the winter exam 2020/21?

Oeconforeningen calls for recommendations for the 2020 and 2021 Oecon Award

- Students

Oeconforeningen calls for recommendations for this year’s Oecon Award, and for the 2020 Oecon Award, which was postponed due to COVID-19.