Registration period for compulsory courses:
If you follow the original degree programme structure, you will automatically be registered for the compulsory courses of your current semester. When you are registered for a course, you are automatically registered for the exam. We recommend that each semester, you ensure that you are registered for the correct courses and exams. Check your registration at mystudies.au.dk -> 'My study timeline'. Your registrations will be marked with a blue ‘C’ (course) and/or ‘E’ (exam).
If you are unsure which compulsory courses you should be registered for, please log in and check at mystudies.au.dk -> 'My study timeline' or find an overview of the courses and structure of your degree programme in your academic regulations.
If you do not follow the original degree programme structure, it is your own responsibility to register for the compulsory courses. Please register by contacting your course administrator within the registration period.
It is your own responsibility to register for elective courses. Please find the details about when elective courses should be placed on your degree programme under 'Electives'.
When you are registered for a course, you will automatically have access to the course teaching material on Blackboard.
If you have trouble accessing the teaching material on Blackboard, please contact the course administrator at the department responsible for the course.
If you have previously been registered for a course or did not pass on your first or second exam attempt and would like to re-register for the course, please write email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org within the registration period. Please note that you are not able to be re-registered in a course with restricted admission.
If you do not wish to follow the teaching again and only wish to register for your second or third exam attempt, please follow the deadlines for exam registration.
If you follow courses from different semesters at the same time, you should be aware that there is a risk that teaching hours may overlap.