Announcements

Students can send their contributions to the dean’s office ST (ksa@au.dk) no later than October 7, 2019, 10:00 AM. Photo: Lars Kruse / AU Photo

2019.09.19 | Students

Give your contribution to Aarhus University's 2025 strategy

Aarhus University's 2025 strategy has been submitted for consultation, and you can give your contribution.

2019.09.17 | Civil engineer

Medical Innovation Day – how innovative are you?

The Graduate School of Health is hosting the Medical Innovation Day on 27 September 2019, bringing together students, researchers and business representatives to exchange ideas and think up solutions for the health challenges of the future. ENG Master and PhD students and researchers are warmly invited to join the event. Participation is free.

2019.09.10 | Students

The AU Find app is now available in Android

If you find it difficult to find your way around AU, it’s a good idea to download the AU Find app, which will help you find places and people at AU. Previously, AU Find has only been available for iPhone/iOS users. But now AU IT has released an Android version.

2019.09.10 | Civil engineer, Diplom engineer

Join AU Challenge 2019

AU Challenge is a ground-breaking cross-disciplinary case competition for AU-students. In November 2019 we invite you to collaborate with 200 students from across all four faculties at AU in solving real life cases for 3 large Danish companies; Visit Denmark, Hedeselskabet and Waste Heat, Aarhus Municipality.

Photo: Colourbox

2019.09.04 | Civil engineer

Scholarships/travel grants for students and PhD students

Fonden Frands Christian Frantsen’s Scholarship will give scholarships and travel grants, typically of an amount of 15,000 - 30,000 DKK.

Applicants can expect a reply on their application in the beginning of November 2019. Photo: AU Photo

2019.08.29 | Students

Apply for scholarship and travel grant

The Frands Christian Frantsen’s Scholarship will in October 2019 award scholarships and travel grants, typically of an amount of 15000 to 30000 DKK, to academically excellent students, incl. PhD students, within the research areas of agriculture and wildlife biology (birds and mammals).

2019.08.23 | Students

Limited IT during the weekend of 7-8 September

IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 7-8 September 2019.

Science and Technology is split into two new faculties on January 1, 2020: Faculty of Technical Sciences and Faculty of Natural Sciences. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU Photo

2019.08.06 | Students

The names of the two new faculties have now been agreed

The two new faculties will be called the Faculty of Technical Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Sciences following the split of Science and Technology on January 1, 2020.

2019.05.29 | Civil engineer, Diplom engineer

IOT Week 17-21 June 2019

Experience Europe's Leading IOT Week as a volonteer.

AU's rector suggests splitting Science and Technology into two seperate faculties. Photo: Lars Kruse / AU Photo

2019.05.08 | Students

Rector: AU should have five faculties instead of four

Science and Technology has grown so large that AU's rector now proposes splitting it into two seperate faculties. Read more about how that affects you, and how you can give your comments on the proposal.

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