Get a full overview of AU's structure, history, strategy and all information related to policies and practices in less than 45 minutes.
All new staff is encouraged to attend the official AU Introduction Day, where you will get an official and general introduction to Aarhus University. You will find out more about Aarhus University as a workplace, get a chance to expand your network and learn about the university’s goals, vision and future.
Both faculties of Health and Natural Sciences have made a platform for new employees which provides you with a "starter kit" of practical information related to your new workplace. Also, see Aarhus University's webpage with general information for new employees.
All newcomers who are going to work with animals in building 1182 must go through a set of basic user requirements for handling animals before initiating their work in the building.
Useful information on pre- and post-arrival to Denmark.
One newsletter we especially recommend you signing up for is the International Academic Staff newsletter. The information available in this newsletter concerns news about AU campus, general information for expats in the city of Aarhus, related information for members of the Expat Partner Programme and information for families with children.
International Academic Staff services offers workshops designed to give you insights into Danish culture, as well as into your own beliefs and stereotypes about culture in general.
International Community supports expats and their families during their stay in the Aarhus region. It creates social and professional networks to the benefit of expats through a wide range of events, seminars and online activities.
If you are interested in learning Danish, there are plenty of opportunities to do so. As an international with an official Danish address (folkeregisteradresse) you can take state supported Danish courses in your residing municipality. The courses are both for you and your accompanying partner and take place either at the language school or at the Aarhus University campus.
Get an intercultural connection or maybe even a new friend - across age, gender and national background - while you gain better knowledge of the culture and leisure scene of Aarhus. Who will join you on your adventure? And where will you go - to ARoS, Den Gamle By (The Old Town) or…? You won’t know before you're sent you off! Find the next Culture Buddy-event at their Facebook-site: "Kulturkammerater".
A limited amount of tickets to Musikhuset Aarhus are released every year to international researchers at Aarhus University. Contact someone from the DANDRITE support team if you (and maybe a collegue?) are interested in a free ticket.
Every second Thursday all staff and students meet to give each other updates on the research done at DANDRITE in order to facilitate interaction and collaborations among the groups.
DANDRITE will host four DANDRITE Lectures per year. Two will be during the spring semester and two will be during the fall semester. Speakers for DANDRITE lectures are specially invited researchers of interest for DANDRITE's researchers regarding collaborations and know-how.
Speakers for DANDRITE Topical Seminars are usually researchers visiting the groups at DANDRITE, for instance for research visits, exams, etc.
We have a long list of recurring social events at DANDRITE. They are all an important part of our culture and social life. There is the DANDRITE spring party, the DHL relay race, retreats, and a our yearly Christmas get-together, just to mention some of them.