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Aarhus University complies with all official guidelines relating to the Covid-19 situation. At the moment, we expect that social- and academic events scheduled to take place during the introduction week can be held on campus.

But even though it’s great news that these rules and restrictions are lifted and eased, we must all continue to take precautions to prevent the spread of infection and make our campus safe for everyone. If there are local outbreaks, restrictions may well be reimposed. As a result, the following guidelines apply not only during introduction week, but also for the upcoming autumn semester: 

  • Keep your hands clean – use the hand disinfectant available on campus, and wash your hands
  • Remember to open windows to ventilate the rooms you use
  • Stay home if you feel ill

We furthermore recommend that you take a test before entering campus unless you are immune due previously infection with Covid-19 or vaccination. 

Please notify the Faculty if you recieve a positive Covid-19-test after being at campus via this form

The Faculty of Arts posts information about the Covid-19 situation on the study portal’s corona information page.

The following restrictions has already been lifted off:

  • The demand to wear a face mask or face shield was lifted as of 14 June
  • The 1-2 metre social distancing recommendation was lifted as of 14 June
  • The need to present documentation of a negative test result or a valid Covid passport was lifted as of 1 August

Do you have special needs for help or support?

At the office for Special Educational Support (SPS), you can get information and guidance, if you have any special needs for aid during your studies. Needs of support or aid may be due to:

  • Reading-/writing-/calculation difficulties
  • Mental disorders
  • Neurological disorders
  • Mobility disabilities
  • Hearing impairments
  • Visual impairments

Important: You are welcome to contact SPS even if you have not yet started your degree programme – also if you are not sure whether you qualify for aid or not.

To learn more about SPS visit their webpage:

Your local student counsellor can also tell you more. Find your student counsellor here.