DANISH STUDENTS’ GRANTS AND LOANS SCHEME OFFICE AT AU

The Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme (SU) Office at Aarhus University provides guidance and processes applications for grants and loans, Youth Travel Cards and mileage allowance, as well as scholarships to study abroad for all current and future students at Aarhus University.

CURRENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Atttention - Office closed

The SU office is open as usual, just not physically, as a result of the Government's recommendations in connection with the Corona virus.. The SU office offers a 10-minute video call. If you want to book a personal conversation via video, you can do so here

Unfortunately personal contact is currently not possible due to COVID-19.


You can find answers to many SU questions at su.dk, at minSU or on this page. 

 

New application for foreign citizens applying for equal status with Danish citizens

As of 17 June 2020 you must use a new digital solution to apply for equal status with Danish citizens. You can access the application for equal status by clicking on the receipt page you get when you have applied for SU in minSU. If you already applied for SU, you can access the application for equal status in minSU, under Søg SU > Application for equal status (foreign citizens) 

Contact information

Atttention: The SU-office is open but to a limited extent– see current announcements

 

If you have any questions about your personal SU situation, you should contact the Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office at AU:  

  • su@au.dk –  ALWAYS contact the Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office via your AU student email account. You will find the email account at post.au.dk. 
  • 8715 0730
  • The Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office is open:
    • Monday (personal via video)
    • Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9-12 (by video or phone)
    • Wednesday is closed
  • Book personal contact via video

Attention: The office will be closed 13th of july to 26th of july for summer holiday

POWER OF ATTORNEY
If you need others to make decisions or take action regarding your SU (state educational grant) situation, you must send a power of attorney to the Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office. Click here for a power of attorney (PDF).