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PhD: Probably a huge Difference

- UNIvers nr. 6 - 2011

There are very few places in the world with a PhD structure like Denmark – and even fewer with a structure like Aarhus University

Concert in the University Park

- UNIvers nr. 6 - 2011

On Friday 17 June a party is being held for all students and staff to celebrate the future of Aarhus University.

Network for AU alumni

- UNIvers nr. 6 - 2011

You now have the chance to hang onto your past and create new opportunities for your future with AU’s alumnus network, called Gerda

Playing international politics in Singapore

- UNIvers nr. 6 - 2011

In March, thirteen students from International and European Studies went to Singapore to represent AU at the Harvard World Model United Nations, the…

An unlikely upgrade

- UNIvers nr. 5 - 2011

Because of budget deficits, the Aarhus Studenterhus traded its spacious seaside address for a spot in a campus basement.

The post-move consensus:…

Agriculture is popular

- UNIvers nr. 5 - 2011

The Aarhus University Master’s degree programme in Agro-Environmental Management is proving to be highly attractive for students from abroad.

The Aarhus Boat Race

- UNIvers nr. 5 - 2011

The University Park was filled to bursting point on Friday 29 April, with students fighting for glory in the traditional Aarhus Boat Race.

Brew and crew

- UNIvers nr. 4 - 2011

Annual beer-fueled boat race set for 29 April.

Gil visits Aarhus

- UNIvers nr. 4 - 2011

Brazilian musician Gilberto Gil didn’t give canned answers in a Q&A at AU last week.

Friday bar gave money to Japan

- UNIvers nr. 4 - 2011

On Friday 1 April a group of Japanese exchange students held a charity bar for Japan.

AU Summer University is popular

- Students

Aarhus University’s new, unified summer university looks like being a success.

Brew and crew: Thirsty competitors hit the pond for Kapsejladsen

- Events

AU’s biggest annual sporting event – don’t call it a party – has evolved over the years. But some things, like the drinking, have stayed the same.

What “Tomorrow” brings

- Staff

The international students and faculty are at the heart of the new strategy for Tomorrow’s Aarhus University.

Making the grade

- Students

Just like the language, the Danish grading system can be an oddity to foreigners.

International radiopodcasts

- Staff

Get to know the international community at Aarhus University (AU) with the UNIvers International Podcast.

Workshop on the Danish insurance and pension market

- Staff

On Wednesday 23 March at 15.00–17.00, the University International Club (UIC) is hosting a workshop on the Danish insurance and pension market.

New structure at Aarhus University

- UNIvers nr. 3 - 2011

The structure at Aarhus University is undergoing change as a result of the academic development process.

Delayed St. Patrick’s Day at the Students House

- Students

Music, drinking games, prizes, Irish beer at special prices – it's the one and only St. Patrick's Day.

November 23 and 24: exam workshop for full-degree international students

- Students

The International Centre in conjunction with academics from AU, is providing a workshop for international students on how to prepare for different…

The Aarhus Boat Race

- UNIvers nr. 2 - 2011

Hurry up and make a date in your diary, because the ­annual Aarhus Boat Race in the University Park is just around the corner!

Survey of the study environment 2011

- UNIvers nr. 2 - 2011

The teaching environment of the degree programmes at Aarhus

University is being put under the microscope again.

Two months with the United Nations

- UNIvers nr. 2 - 2011

Study diary of an Englishman in New York ...

A world of difference

- UNIvers nr. 1 - 2011

Officially opening last week, the new Aarhus University International Centre caters to students’ needs – and then some.

AU-HIH students win Venture Cup

- UNIvers nr. 1 - 2011

Christian Thalund and Kristian Harley Hansen, both from the Institute of Business and Technology at Aarhus University (HIH), won this year’s Venture…

Tons of cake

- UNIvers nr. 1 - 2011

Have you got a really sweet tooth? If so, why not come along to the State and University Library for the annual “Heavy Cake Table”.