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

2020.11.19 | Students

EVENT: Introduction to Digital Exam and ITX Flex

If 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

2020.11.12 | Students

Limited IT during the weekend of November 14-15

AU’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.

Register for your courses for the spring of 2021 now. Check your AU-e-mail for further information. Photo: Colourbox

2020.11.02 | Students

Register for your courses for the spring of 2021 now

Now is the time to register for your courses for the spring of 2021. You register in STADS, which you can find via mystudies.au.dk.

The study environment survey – your opinion counts. Image: AU

2020.10.22 | Students

The study environment survey – your opinion counts

The study environment survey 2020 has now landed in your e-boks and AU inbox. With your answers, you can help make a difference for yourself and your fellow students. The survey covers topics such as well-being, feedback, stress, loneliness, the physical surroundings, harassment and much more.

Make a difference - stand for the university elections. Image: AU

2020.10.08 | Students

Make a difference - stand for the university elections

In November, elections will be held at AU. You can vote for the candidate you want to represent you or you can stand for election yourself to the AU Board, your academic council and your board of studies. If you would like to put your name forward for election, you can do so from 19 October until 23 October.

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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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