Starting Monday May 18, 2020, you can collect and return books and journals at Royal Danish Library. However, things are not back to normal (yet).
An updated exam schedule applying from 18 May 2020 is now available on the study portals. Please note that the exam schedules are updated regularly and that they may be subject to changes.
For full-time students on their Master's degree programme, as well as students at BDE and GMM who are registered for the Master's thesis or a project-based internship in the spring semester 2020.
The exam schedule for the ordinary summer 2020 exams has now been updated. Due to the physical closure of AU, all exams have been converted into digital exams.
From April 16, you can see the courses that are offered in the autumn semester. Use the AU course catalogue to read the course descriptions and to get an overview of the different courses and seminars offered at AU.
If you use AU-Access (VPN) to access a number of AU services from home, please note that the university introduces two-step authentication from 1 May 2020. This means that you must set up two-step authentication before 1 May in order to be able to continue to use VPN.
Yesterday on 23 March, the Danish Government extended the period in which everyone in Denmark must work from home. This means that we will maintain our current solutions for conducting teaching and exams at Aarhus University - for now up and until 13 April.
Below you will find updated information on teaching and exams, etc. in connection with the physical closure of Aarhus University.
Here is the most important information you need to know about the coronavirus.
Are you a 6th semester student who plan on commencing at a master’s programme in the autumn 2020 semester?
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