To be eligible for admission to a Bachelor’s supplementary subject, it must be possible to combine your central subject with a supplementary subject. You will find information about this in the academic regulations for your central subject.
NB: ITTU is not a possibility for students at International Business Communication, Education Science and Theology.
A supplementary subject equals 45 ECTS credits and takes place during the last year of the bachelor’s degree programme. In order to be admitted to a supplementary subject, you have to be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree programme at a Danish university that allows a combination with a supplementary subject.
As a student at the Faculty of Arts, you have some special opportunities:
If you are considering a study abroad period as part of your supplementary subject, you can read more about the rules and conditions for ITTU here:
Instead of doing a supplementary subject at Aarhus University, you can do an entire supplementary subject at another university in Denmark. This is called doing a transferred supplementary subject. You must always apply for approval of this kind of supplementary subject.
Please note that this is only possible for students at the Faculty of Arts.
The transferred supplementary subject must be based on academic regulations, a range of supplementary subjects or a degree programme which has been approved by a board of studies or similar body - it is not possible to put together an individual course package yourself
The transferred supplementary subject must be from outside the academic area of your central subject.
To be enrolled in a transferred supplementary subject, you must have passed 60 ECTS on your central subject by 15 April of the application year. You should also be aware that there may be specific admission requirements for the supplementary subject you are applying for.
You may not apply for admission to one of Aarhus University’s own supplementary subjects if you have applied for approval of a transferred supplementary subject.
What do I do if my transferred supplementary subject does not get off the ground?
Will my grades be transferred automatically to AU?