Board of Studies of the School of Communication and Culture.

The board of studies is an elected body that, in collaboration with the director of studies and the AU Studies administration, manages courses and exams. Among other things, your board of studies processes the case if you apply for exemption exemptions to rules, credit transfer, preliminary approval of courses in other places (including when studying abroad) or any other deviation from the academic regulations or the decisions concerning exams.

The board of studies also provides input and proposes changes to the academic regulations, ensures that the programs develops its course offerings and teaching, and follows up on course evaluations.

Members and election

The board of studies comprises an equal number of academic staff and student representatives, so this is also where you as student can influence the conditions of your studies.

Find information about nomination and election here: Elections at AU

Degree Programme Committees

Each board of studies appoint degree programme committee (UNs) for groups of programs or the individual study programs.

Members of the Board of Studies

Scientific and student members of the Board of Studies can be found on the Danish version of this webpage.

Generally the Board of Studies meets once a month on specified dates. Normally the Board of Studies will have a processing time of 14 days in matters concerning the Board.


The Board of Studies at the School of Communication and Culture
Aarhus University
Building 1442, 2.sal
Tåsingegade 3
8000 Århus C

E-mail: Studiecenter Arts.

Application guidelines:

If you want to apply for admission to a study program, you have previously been enrolled in, you must apply via: admission at AU (scheme (F)