Would you like to replace some of the compulsory or elective courses in your degree programme with individual courses from a degree programme at Aarhus University?
Read below how you can do it.
What does ‘credit’ mean?
A credit module is a module or course you take in another subject than your main subject and that can replace compulsory or elective courses in your degree programme, i.e. you qualify for credit transfer.
A credit module is therefore not a course you take in addition to your degree programme. If you would like to take modules in addition to your degree programme, please contact the Secretariat for Continuing Education (please find contact information at www.au.dk/evu).
The prerequisites for enrolment in a credit module are:
Note! It is not a requirement that you are already enrolled in a degree programme at Aarhus University. Enrolment in a credit module is open to anyone studying for a university degree.
Students applying for enrollment in a credit module under Business Administration must meet certain admission criteria.
You only need to indicate your citizenship on the form if you are NOT a Danish citizen. If you are a citizen of a country outside the EU or the EEA, you have to pay for your studies in Denmark unless you have permanent residence, a permit with a potential for permanent residence in Denmark, or if you are studying in Denmark under an exchange programme. As Aarhus University does not have access to your residence permit, you must enclose a copy of the permit if you want to be exempt from payment.
REMEMBER! Once you have passed the credit module, you have to apply to the board of studies for your main subject to have the credit for the module transferred to your degree programme.
If you have any questions regarding credit module, please contact the counselling at your Faculty: