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SUPPLEMENTATION NO LONGER EXISTS

As part of the Study Progress Reform the universities are no longer allowed to include supplementary courses or other student activity beside your Bachelor’s degree or professional bachelor’s degree in the evaluation in regards to whether or not you are qualified to admission to a certain Master’s degree programme. This means that your Bachelor’s degree or professional bachelor’s degree alone has to be qualifying to the Master’s degree programme to which you are applying for in order to be qualified for admission.

Towards 2015

If you have already passed supplementary course(s) or you have been guided regarding the possibility to qualify yourself to admission to a Master’s degree programme through supplementation or other student activity, Aarhus University acknowledges that you have an expectation of being able to do so. Therefore, Aarhus University will do a total evaluation of your qualifications up to and including the summer intake of 2015. 

After the summer intake of 2015 you cannot expect that supplementary course(s) or other student activity will be part of your evaluation.

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact the university: ma.admission@au.dk

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Student life at AU

Visit the events page of the Student Portal for an insight into life as a student at Aarhus University. You'll find highlights of major events and general information about study life. 

FULL DEGREE BLOG

Hey you, AU! - how to be an international full degree and not die trying

Have you checked out the international full degree blog yet? An exciting project from the International Centre (IC), which is written and hosted by the IC's very own Michael Woodward and is designed specifically for international full degrees.

ADMISSION WINTER 2015

The application system is now open for applications for the Master’s degree programmes commencing January/February 2015.

  • Apply for admission
  • See deadlines and important dates

MASTER'S DAY 2014

Aarhus University is holding a special day with information and guidance about Master’s degree programmes on

Thursday 20 November at 10.00–15.00 in the

Lakeside Lecture Theatres, Bartholins Allé 3, 8000 Aarhus C

NEW MASTER´S DEGREE PROGRAMMES

Become a specialist in the largest democracy and most populous region in the world

A new Master’s degree programme in Asia Studies (India and South Asia Studies) gives you deep insight into and cross-disciplinary understanding of India and the rapidly changing society and culture of South Asia.

Sustainable heritage management

The new Master’s degree programme in sustainable heritage management gives you a broad insight into cultural and natural heritage and the role that traces of the past and traditions play in the present.

STUDENT GUIDES

Study Guide 2014

Read more about all of our Master's and Bachelor's programmes taught in English in the 2014 Study Guide.

The International Centre

The International Centre offers a range of services for international students and assistance in all non-academic practical matters. Find us at:

International Centre, Aarhus University
Building 1650 
Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 4 
DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark

Opening hours:

Monday through Friday from 10:00 - 1400.

Please see extended opening hours above.

USEFUL LINKS

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.

Course catalogue
Search courses using language of instruction, ECTS-points, level and subject

New in Denmark
The Danish government has an official portal for all the latest forms, regulations, and procedures for visas and residence permits/certificates

    Get Guidance

    Still having trouble deciding which degree programme to apply for?

    Contact the central counselling here at AU and talk with a counsellor about any general questions. For questions related to a specific programme, you can find contact information for the study counsellor (Studievejledninger) on each programme's web portal. Search for your programme here.

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