We process emails all weekdays between 9 and 15, but there may be up to five days ' response time.
If you have problems close to a deadline, and the study centre is closed, you must contact us via the email form before the deadline. The receipt of your email is your documentation that you have contacted us in due time.
At Study Centre Arts, we can help you with questions about the practical and administrative aspects of your studies.
If you are a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree student and need guidance on your personal study conditions, your study plan or subject-specific issues, etc., please contact:
If you are a professional Master’s degree student and have questions about applications, admissions or fees, etc., please contact:
If you have any problems close to a deadline - and the Study Centre is closed:
The receipt of your email is your documentation of when you have contacted us.
If you need Study Centre Arts' signature on a form or similar, you must fill in and sign the document before sending it to the Study Centre.
This will usually mean that you must:
The study Centre will return the document to your AU email or e-Boks.
In order to protect your personal data in the best possible way, the Arts Studies Administration will send all replies to your enquiries to your AU email account.
AU’s email system is a secure system, and the use of it ensures faster processing of your enquiries.
In some areas, there are different rules and guidelines for the three departments at the Faculty of Arts. Therefore, you need to know whether you belong under The School of Culture and Society, The School of Communication and Culture or The Danish School of Education (DPU).
On Brightspace (ormerly Blackboard) under My Org Units, you can see which department your programme belongs to:
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