Wednesday 26th of August from 08.00 – 16.00
Are you an International student? Then your Master Introduction Week starts at Wednesday the 26th of August. This day is mainly for international students, where you will get a thorough introduction to studying and living in Denmark and be introduced to our Buddy Programme. We strongly recommend that all international students participate this day and the Buddy Programme has arranged evening activities, so reserved the whole day and evening. New International students should have received an e-mail with instructions regarding applying for CPR registration and EU residence permit. If not, please write to International Centre at [email protected]
Wednesday 26th of August from 11.30 – 14.30
If you are Danish and a new student at Aarhus BSS, you can partly participate on this day, where we will introduce you to AU webpages and IT systems, and guide you around campus
Thursday 27th and Friday 28th of August from 08.00 – 18.00
We welcome all new master students on Thursday or Friday. Due to covid-19 the Introduction Days are divided, so Thursday is for some master’s degree programmes, whereas Friday is for other master’s degree programmes. You will receive a welcome e-mail which explains more about which day you have your Introduction Day and what it contains.
On your Introduction Day you will be given the opportunity to get to know your new co-students by attending social activities and experience presentations from the programme coordinators, student unions and former students, who will introduce you to the special characteristics of your respective study line. A main part of the Introduction Week is also to compete in the great Master Case Challenge, where you can win amazing prices by the associated companies – see ‘Master Case Challenge’ in the menu to the left for more detailed information.
As the Master Introduction Week offer a wide range of activities, we encourage everyone to reserve the whole day and evening either Thursday or Friday – depending on which Master you have enrolled in. Do not miss this great opportunity to get fully established as a Master student, academically as well as socially. We see it as a vital part of getting a good start to your new study programme!