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In its recently published political manifesto, the new Danish government promises more flexible visa regulations and better conditions for the families of researchers.
Every year Aarhus University bids welcome to several thousand new international students. We asked just one of them why he decided to travel all the way from Mexico to a medium-sized city in Denmark.
Aarhus University has moved 42 places up the latest Times Higher Education World University Ranking list, and is now number 125 in the world and number 44 in Europe.
On 4 November the International Centre is organising an Information Day for newly arrived PhD students, postdoctoral scholars, international staff and their spouses.
Aarhus Internationals is a social network for international professionals working in Aarhus. The typical age range starts in the mid-20s and also includes families with children. Graduate students are very welcome to join.
Have you ever wanted to organise a concert, games night or film screening? Would you like to meet new friends and to get involved? Then the PhD House Activity Group is the place for you.
The AU Careers Day is scheduled for 1 November this year. This is an event for any international students who are thinking about continuing their education at Aarhus University after finishing their current exchange programmes or full-degree programmes.