This is particularly relevant for Computer Science students in their second year of the bachelor's program who wish to become high school teachers or pursue another subject alongside computer science. It is also relevant for second-year bachelor's students who would like to learn about elective courses for the 5th semester.
This is especially relevant for master students who need to choose elective courses for spring 2024. It is also relevant for third-year bachelor's students who would like to learn about elective courses for the master's program.
This is relevant if you plan to go on exchange in the fall of 2024 or spring of 2025 (especially for first-year master's students). In general, we encourage you to attend unless you are certain you will not go on exchange. There will be a joint presentation for all at NAT-TECH: https://studerende.au.dk/studier/fagportaler/datalogi/rejs-ud/events
Especially relevant for master's students who will be writing their thesis next semester.
Especially relevant for minor subject students in Informatics and Programming who have a major subject other than computer science or IT Product Development.
Bachelor and master programs are approved in the study contract. You will receive an invitation to a guidance meeting about your study program.