The study environment survey 2020 has now landed in your e-boks and AU inbox. With your answers, you can help make a difference for yourself and your fellow students. The survey covers topics such as well-being, feedback, stress, loneliness, the physical surroundings, harassment and much more.
In November, elections will be held at AU. You can vote for the candidate you want to represent you or you can stand for election yourself to the AU Board, your academic council and your board of studies. If you would like to put your name forward for election, you can do so from 19 October until 23 October.
The process of opening up a new underground passage at the northern end of the University Park is now beginning. The passage will literally connect the yellow and red buildings.
Do you want to connect with students across all of AU and expand your network with the companies? Do you want to expand your case solving and presentation skills?
The Frands Christian Frantsen’s Scholarship will in October 2020 award scholarships and travel grants, typically of an amount of 15000 to 30000 DKK, to academically excellent students, incl. PhD students, within the research areas of agriculture and wildlife biology (birds and mammals).
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Would you like to continue your studies at PhD level? Click and learn more about the Civil and Architectural Engineering programme.