Nobel Park

Buildings and facilities

Most of the buildings at AU are open to everyone during the daytime on Mondays to Fridays. Outside normal opening hours, students have access to the buildings which are relevant for their own particular degree programme, as well as libraries and cafeterias. Below you will find information regarding access to buildings, lost property as well as the notice board policy.

Disability access:

In general, the campus is disabled-friendly, for example, ramps, lifts and disabled toilets have been set up. If you need more information or have special needs, please contact: Special Educational Support

Contactc the Maintainance Office

Emergency response

Study spaces and group rooms

There are various types of study spaces and group rooms in the Nobel Park.

Find an overview here: Læseplads/specialekontor (


There is a cafeteria and a café in building 1481. 

Read more about the cafeteria and café here:

Copying and printing

Information on where to find printers in the Nobel Park, as well as information about the MyPrint printing system can be found on the AU Library website under MyPrint.    


AU Library - Nobel Park is a merger of the libraries of the degree programmes in theology, languages and history and area studies. The library also has a number of study spaces.

Student life

Here you will find a list of the various student associations at the Faculty of Arts. These clubs and societies include everything from Friday bars, social clubs and student revues to degree programme committees, student magazines and lecture societies.

If you are organising an event at the Faculty of Arts, you can read more here:


Student counsellors in the Nobel Park

Study Centre Arts