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Covid-19 self-testing sites for staff and students open at AU. Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard

Covid-19 self-testing sites for staff and students open at AU

2021.04.21On Wedneday 21 April, the first two supervised self-testing sites will open at AU. The sites are for the university’s students and staff only, and are intended as a supplement to the existing public test sites. Eight additional test sites will open at AU’s locations in the coming days.

Remember to log on Zoom with your AU ID. Graphics: AU

Remember to log on Zoom with your AU ID

2021.04.09Have you ever been kicked off Zoom in the middle of group work? Then it might be because you have forgotten to log on with your AU ID. Always use your AU ID when accessing Zoom – it’s safer and more user-friendly.

Would you like to win DKK 40,000 and have your thesis communicated to the general public? Then participate in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s Master’s thesis competition. Photo: Colourbox

Master’s thesis competition about the Danish Realm – maybe your thesis could win!

2021.03.18Does your Master’s thesis focus on the Danish Realm? And would you like to win DKK 40,000 and have your thesis communicated to the general public? Then participate in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s Master’s thesis competition which is intended for students on all degree programmes.

Share your creative Corona story in the comment section or in a message on Facebook. Nat and Techs deans for education, Kristine and Finn, chooses a winner friday March 26th – so make sure that you have made your contribution before deadline.

SHARE YOUR CORONA STUDY LIFE AND WIN 2000 KR.

2021.03.11Share your creative Corona story in the comment section or in a message on Facebook. Nat and Techs deans for education, Kristine and Finn, chooses a winner friday March 26th – so make sure that you have made your contribution before deadline.

Study environment under pressure after tough year. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto

Study environment under pressure after tough year

2021.03.03The social study environment is suffering, and students are struggling to stay interested in academics. This is one of the major conclusions of last autumn's AU-wide study environment survey, which also indicates that the students are generally very satisfied with their degree programmes and the academic study environment at Aarhus University. However, these results should be interpreted in the light of the fact that students took the survey before the latest shutdown.

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Corona/COVID-19

Information about COVID-19

Aarhus University’s campuses have reopened completely, and all employees and students are free to come to campus on condition that they comply with the COVID-19 prevention public health guidelines.

If you are not yet immune to COVID-19, either because you have not been infected previously or have not been vaccinated, we encourage you to get tested before coming to campus. Read more about testing.


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