As a student at the available student place scheme you are taking courses from a Bachelor's or Master's degree programme together with the full-time students.
Therefore, your course is part of a certain programme, and this determines where you need to look for further information.
You need to know the rules and conditions applying to the programme your course belongs to. You also need to know the special rules governing the available student place scheme.
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Your student ID and your AU e-mail will remain the same. If your AU e-mail is correctly installed you do not need to do anything.
Your course is a part of a full-degree programme and there is a subject portal connected to that programme . The subject portal is a website where you can find relevant information in relation to your study.
For example: if you are taking a course from Political Science, you need to look at the subject portal for Political Science.
Look for your subject portal here. Write the name of the programme in the search bar.
If you cannot remember which programme your course belongs to, check the course catalogue.
Use the name of the course or the "UVA number" to search the course catalogue. Remember: this is the same information you used when applying for the course.
The exams are the same for the full-degree students as it is for you as a student in the available place scheme - i.e. same conditions, same time and same place. The same rules regarding exam registration and withdrawel apply to all students in the course, including you.
Read more about the specific exam in the course description for your course. Find the course description in the course catalogue.
Check the exam schedule for your course to find time and place for the exam. Find it at your subject portal under "Exam".
Specific rules for student at the available place scheme:
According to the rules set by Aarhus University, students at the available student place scheme can attend exam up to 2 years after teaching has ended.
In the available student place scheme you pay for the courses you take. Please make sure you know what is covered by the participant's payment.
Maybe you need to withdraw from a course. In this case, it becomes important when and where you register a withdrawel.
If you have any questions related to your invoice or payment in general, please contact the administration at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is possible to apply for an exemption from the rule “refund deadline”. Applications for exemptions can only be met if you can document that ‘special circumstances’ apply and thus may provide an exception from the usual rules and regulations in your case.
When applying for an exemption, you must enclose:
You apply by using the electronic form at mit.au.dk You will find the form under ‘applications’.
There are some specific rules connected to the available student place scheme.
Students at the available place scheme have several contact points in the administration. Your contact point depends on your situation and the programme your course belongs to.
Aarhus BSS Student Services
At Aarhus BSS Student Services we offer guidance and advice on any practical and administrative questions you might have in relation to your degree programme.
We can help you with:
Contact: Phone 87164026 or e-mail email@example.com
If you have any questions regarding your specific study programme, please contact the student counsellors on your degree programme.
The student counsellors are typically enrolled in the same bachelor’s or master’s degree programme as you. They are educated counsellors and are therefore able to guide you if you have questions regarding courses, exams, rules and regulations, credit transfer, planning of your studies, etc.
Find the contact information for the student counsellors at your course/programme by looking at your subject portal under "Student counselling".
The student welfare counsellors are members of the study administration staff. We can help you if you have questions related to being a student in the available place scheme. We can also help if you need to discuss topics of a more personal character. The sessions will often extend beyond the tehcnical study-related questions connect to the specific course.
You can find contact information to the student and welfare counsellors for your course/degree programme on your subject portal under "Student counselling"
When contacting us, please remember to use your AU e-mail. Please include your full name, degree programme, student ID and a brief description of what you would like to talk about.