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Information about the coronavirus for AU staff and students

2020.03.04Aarhus University's information about the coronavirus - among other things, how it might affect you as a student.

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Student life ambassadores explore the university city

2020.02.05Dressed in yellow vests, with safety helmets securely in place and armed with fully charged mobile phones, AU’s student life ambassadors were ready to embark on a so-called Instawalk in the University City on a cold afternoon in January. The destination of the walk was the old Municipal Hospital, which is in the process of being transformed into AU’s new campus.

Information security: Do not use the browser Internet Explorer

2020.01.23Microsoft now warn users against a critical vulnerability in the browser Internet Explorer. AU’s information security department follows the recommendation and asks all members of staff and students not to use Internet Explorer until the error is corrected.

Internal phishing campaign to minimise the risk of fraud against AU students

2019.11.13Phishing email messages are an ever-increasing problem, and they can be very convincing. AU’s information security team has decided to make an extra effort to generate awareness of phishing mails and help employees learn how to detect them.

Vote in the university elections today

2019.11.11Exercise your right to vote and influence which candidates will become members of your local board of studies, academic council, PhD committee and the AU Board. You can cast your vote starting now, and the polls will remain open until Thursday 14 November at 16:00.

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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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