Introduction week - bachelor

Bachelor students introduction week 2020

  • Welcome to your new study programme
    at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University

Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University welcomes all new students.

To make an easier start for you at Aarhus University, we have gathered some practical information for you. You must first and foremost remember to confirm your student place - of course only after you have received your letter of admission.  Moreover, you will find information on student card, self service, contact information and other useful things. You will of course also find information about the most fun part - Introduction week 2020.

Commencement of studies

For coming students in Economics and Business Administration, HA and Top-up, your Introduction Week starts Monday 24 August to Wednesday 26 August 2020. Tuition will commence on the first Monday in Week 36. The introduction week will be a combination of social and academic events. The instructors have planned the Introduction week, and they have described the most important things about your commencement of studies in your New Student Handbook.

It is not necessary to inform us, if you are not able to participate in the introduction week. However, we strongly urge you to participate, as you receive a lot of important information during this week.

By mid August you will receive an email or a letter from the instructors with further information.

Find more information about your introduction week.

How to get there the first day

We look forward to seeing you on Monday 24 August at 8.00
The address is Fuglesangs Allé. (more specific information will follow)

You can find t a map under AU Building Map.

You can also find your way by means of AU's app. Search for: AU Find.

Keep yourself updated

The study portal for economics and business administration is your access to information on for instance life as a student, student counselling, courses, study guides and exams. We recommend that you check it at least once a week.

When you start at Aarhus University you can help yourself by going through this list of "need-to-do" and "need-to-know," which you find here: Checklist for new students. Here you can find information about books and compendiums, timetables, IT and much more.

Residence permit

As an international student, you need to apply for a residence permit (non-EU/EEA) or certificate (EU/EEA) for your right to reside in Denmark. As part of the introduction week you will be given help in applying for both residence permit and health insurance. We strongly encourage you to read through the rules and regulations regarding residence permit and health insurance before arriving.