Interested in Science Studies?

Centre for Science Studies offers courses in:

  • History and philosophy of science and technology
  • History of Mathematics
  • Science and society
  • Science communication
  • Technology, environment and culture

The Centre offers a Master's Degree in Science Studies.

The science studies courses are open to all students from the Faculty of Science and Technology (and qualified students from other faculties). At the Centre, you also have the option to do individual project work, your bachelor project and Master's thesis, even if you are not enrolled into our MSc program.

The Centre offers an intimate study environment, where students benefit from an international, yet informal, down-to-earth atmosphere between staff and students. As an MSc student, you will have excellent opportunities for engaging in projects related to current research and/or practical content, and you will have the option to specialise in many different subjects.

For more information about our courses, please consult the centre's page for teaching.

You can find more information about the centre on the website: www.css.au.dk.

News and events

New passage between the University Park and the University City. Graphic: C.F. Møller

New passage between the University Park and the University City

2020.09.16The process of opening up a new underground passage at the northern end of the University Park is now beginning. The passage will literally connect the yellow and red buildings.

Take action now for a sustainable future - join AU Challenge. Photo: AU Challenge

Take action now for a sustainable future - join AU Challenge

2020.09.11Do you want to connect with students across all of AU and expand your network with the companies? Do you want to expand your case solving and presentation skills?

Applicants can expect a reply on their application in the beginning of November 2020. Photo: AU Photo

Apply for scholarship and travel grant

2020.09.10The Frands Christian Frantsen’s Scholarship will in October 2020 award scholarships and travel grants, typically of an amount of 15000 to 30000 DKK, to academically excellent students, incl. PhD students, within the research areas of agriculture and wildlife biology (birds and mammals).

Limited IT during the weekend of 5 and 6 September. Photo: Colourbox

Limited IT during the weekend of 5 and 6 September

2020.08.20IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 5 - 6 September 2020.

Read more about exchange stays and how to apply under 'Study Abroad' in the menu. Photo: Colourbox

Do you want to study abroad in the spring of 2021?

2020.08.14Then apply between September 1 and 15, 2020. Read more about exchange stays and how to apply under 'Study Abroad' in the menu.

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Corona/COVID-19

Latest news about Corona

Updated September 21, 2020

The government has just introduced a number of new restrictions and recommendations. In-person classes will continue as planned. All social events, both for employees and students at the entire university, must be cancelled, for the time being until October 4.
Read AU's latest announcements to students about the Corona situation at AU.

Furthermore, it is now mandatory to wear face mask in all canteens at AU (with public access). Follow the instructions on the site. The face mask must be on while you walk in the canteens, but not when you are sitting down.  


The Corona situation is changing from day to day. Therefore, please keep yourself updated at...

Information from the faculty

At the page 'Corona' in the menu, you will find important links about online studying, messages and infomails, contact information for Student Counselling and Study Service, and more, due to Corona/COVID-19