Find your master's programme
THE APPLICATION DEADLINE 15 JANUARY FOR NON-EU/EEA/SWISS CITIZENS HAS EXPIRED
However, we expect to be announcing a second round of applications for non-EU/EEA applicants for selected Master’s degree programmes with a view to September admission 2016 very shortly.
APPLY FOR 2ND ROUND WINTER ADMISSION
Winter admissions 2015/2016 is reopening for applications.
OPEN DAY AT AU
Are you thinking of studying a full degree programme at Aarhus University? Do you want to experience the university live and talk to admissions, counsellors and other international students already studying here?
A new bill has been passed regarding a transitional agreement continuing until 31 August 2016, which allows students to include supplementary courses and other student activity beside their Bachelor’s degree or professional Bachelor’s degree in their qualifications for admission to Master’s degree programmes.
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NEW MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMME
Are you interested in language and culture with a business twist?
DANISH INNOVATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Aarhus University now offers attractive scholarships for talented students within Engineering, Science and Technology. The scholarships are especially aimed at students with an interest in either sustainable farming or pharmaceuticals. Students from the Republic of Korea, India, United States, Brazil, Japan and China are eligible for application.
Application deadline is 15 January. Read more here.
Read more about all of our Master's and Bachelor's programmes taught in English in the 2016 Study Guide.
AU IN 12 LANGUAGES
Are you an international student? Find information about Aarhus University in 12 different languages.
APPLICATION FOR SUMMER ADMISSION IS OPEN
You can now apply for a Master's degree programme with commencement of studies in August/September.
Study in Denmark
Check out the new website www.studyindenmark.dk where you can find information about Danish higher education and life as a student in Denmark.