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Get help with IT at new portal. Photo: Unsplash

Get help with IT at new portal

2020.12.09From the end of November, you can find the IT support at a new online platform. The platform will give you efficient support and will make it possible to track the progress of your case.

The study enviroment survey is used in the work to improve the study environment at Aarhus University. Graphics: Astrid Reitzel

Is your study environment worth 20 minutes?

2020.11.27Have you completed the 2020 study environment survey? It takes 20 minutes to influence your study environment.

On Online Master’s Day, you can talk to student counsellors from the various programmes,
learn about on admission, SU, and Special Educational Support (SPS) and much more. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto

EVENT: Online Master’s Day, November 26, 10 a.m - 3 p.m.

2020.11.23Are you in doubt about your choice of master's degree programme? Online Master’s Day is an obvious opportunity to be inspired and get closer to a clarification.

Introduction to Digital Exam and ITX Flex. Registration is not necessary. Photo: Colourbox

EVENT: Introduction to Digital Exam and ITX Flex

2020.11.19If your written exam is held in Digital Exam, you are invited to a system introduction held by Nat-Tech IT, which will go through the process of having a written exam in the Digital Exam system and ITX Flex.

Limited IT during the weekend of November 14-15. Photo: Colourbox

Limited IT during the weekend of November 14-15

2020.11.12AU’s IT systems and other services will be subject to a certain amount of disruption at various points during the weekend of November 14-15, 2020.

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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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