Summer School – Aarhus UniversitetDenmark Visit Website
Aarhus University is consistently ranked amongst the world’s elite universities and can offer you an incredible and unique Study Abroad experience.
Set in the heart of Denmark’s second city and on one of the most beautiful campuses in the world (Huffington Post), AU is a relatively young and modern university (established 1928). It is Denmark’s largest university (c.40k students), and is regularly placed in the world’s top 100 universities.
Hosting over 1000 exchange students every year from all over the world AU is a innovative research-intensive university with all teaching delivered by active researchers. The campus provides a dynamic learning environment, with its distinctive yellow-brick buildings of campus being Danish architectural icons. The Danish education style encourages interaction and dialogue between academics and students, and it annually achieves student satisfaction rates of well over 91%.
With well over 1000 courses taught in English, there are opportunities for a wide-range of disciplines to experience
Selected as European Capital of Culture in 2017, Aarhus is a vibrant yet intimate student friendly place, being Denmark’s youngest city (in terms of population age!) with numerous social and recreational opportunities. It is easy to get to with the airport only a short bus journey from the university, and offers a lot of opportunities to explore the region and wider Scandinavia.
Denmark is a very safe and secure country; its people known for being relaxed, informal and reputedly the happiest people in the world. The majority of Danes here speak English hence you do not need to be fluent in Danish to live and study there.
With friendly staff, world-class facilities and a strong tradition of welcoming exchange students, Aarhus is waiting for you!
|Who can participate?||Undergraduate students from any discipline and in any year of study are welcome to apply. Students must be enrolled at the time of the programme.|
|Dates||Term 1: 6 – 24 July 2020|
Term 2: 27 July – 14 August 2020
|Further information:||Aarhus Summer University website|
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