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2018.03.06 | Staff

2018 salary negotiations starting soon

From 1-15 March, employees of Aarhus University can enter information for use in the 2018 salary negotiations.

2018.02.12 | Staff

New personalised study portal for all ST students

All students at Science and Technology can access their new personalised study portal at mitstudie.au.dk/en from 21 February. The new portal is an easy and simple way to find all relevant study information - with only one login.

2018.02.12 | Staff

New agreement on library services

AU Library was officially transferred to The Royal Danish Library on 1 January 2018. This means that there have been changes in the tasks carried out by the library. The changes concern only specific tasks listed below; the general library service will continue as before.

2018.01.26 | Staff

Commencement of studies for engineering students

On Wednesday 24 January it was the first day of studies for winter admissions on Bachelor of Engineering programmes. A total of 363 new engineering students embarked on a future where engineers are in great demand as never before. 221 of them started at Navitas, 142 at Katrinebjerg.

2017.11.01 | Staff

It’s election time at AU!

On 13 to 16 November 2017, academic staff and students at AU will elect representatives to the university's numerous councils, boards and committees.

2017.11.01 | Staff

Apply for funding for competency development

Applications for funding for competency development activities in 2018 are now being taken. Send your application by 15 December 2017.

2017.11.01 | Staff

Election to the occupational health and safety organisation at Aarhus University

It’s time to consider whether you want to become an occupational health and safety representative at AU. The nomination period is in December, and the election takes places in the beginning of 2018. Rector Brian Bech Nielsen encourages all employees to become involved in the election to the occupational health and safety organisation.

2017.11.01 | Staff

Skype for Business makes collaboration easier

You probably already know Skype – now AU offers Skype for Business to all employees.

2017.11.01 | Staff

Aarhus University introduces grade point averages for all science and engineering degrees

In future, students must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 7.0 on the Danish 7-point grading scale to be directly admitted via quota 1 to a degree programme at Science and Technology. The new requirement is intended to strengthen the quality of the degree programmes, reduce the dropout rate, and produce better graduates.

2017.11.01 | Staff

ST maintains room temperature at 21°C

In compliance with the energy-saving requirement, the Faculty Management Team has decided to keep the room temperature at 21°C both now and in the future, as recommended by the Danish Working Environment Authority.

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