Denmark is often said to be the happiest country in the world. In Denmark, a country so ideal for living, students find that distances are short, which makes it possible to combine the atmosphere of a bustling city life with the beautiful Danish countryside and sea air. Clean beaches and green forests are rarely within half an hour's drive, and towns and cities offer a wealth of cultural and artistic offerings.
At the same time, Denmark's relatively flatness has made it common for cyclists to cycle in urban areas, which offers students both a metropolitan and local life. The university is located on a beautiful yellow brick campus in the center of Aarhus. The campus includes an attractive park that hosts student social activities and events, including concerts, and can be enjoyed by all city dwellers.
Aarhus University offers study opportunities and excellent job opportunities to international students not only within the city limits but throughout Europe. As an international university, approximately 12% of AU's 40,000 students are international students, with a student body representing more than 120 nationalities.
Aarhus University in Denmark has a high standard of education and is ranked highly in the best university rankings abroad. Aarhus University has more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs in English, and undergraduate education is 180 credits for 3 years. At the same time, Danes whose mother tongue is not English are very good at English, thanks to the importance they place on higher education, which is a great advantage for international students.
Aarhus University Programs:
Here are some of the popular undergraduate and graduate programs AU offers.
- Economics and Business Administration
- Global Management and Manufacturing (GMM)
- Marketing and Management Communication
Aarhus University offers 2-year graduate programs to students by blending the two fields in one program.
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Civil and Architectural Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering
Admission and Application Conditions
Students who have graduated with high averages and a sufficient English level or who have graduated from high school with an IB Diploma or A Level diploma (with the British education system) and who have an academic level of English can start the undergraduate program directly from the first year. The undergraduate graduation average required for a master's degree in Denmark is usually 2.80 or above. Some programs offer direct admission with a 3.0 GPA, while others offer students a little more flexibility.
10,000 EUR–15,000 EUR / Annually
15,000 EUR - 20,000 EUR / Annually
Accommodation and Living Conditions
While studying at a university in Denmark, you can benefit from government dormitories or student houses. Living costs in Denmark vary according to the region where the student is studying. While Copenhagen is relatively more expensive, life is more convenient, especially in the student city of Aarhus. Dormitory prices can be subject to a wide range of fee evaluations according to the types. Fees range from 400 to 990 euros per month. For life, it is not difficult to say that students will need at least 500 euros per month.
This amount may vary depending on the student's spending standards. Full-time (undergraduate and postgraduate) students from countries outside the EU and Scandinavian countries studying at Aarhus University have different accommodation options in Aarhus. AU Housing, which guides students through accommodation options, has access to approximately 800 rooms/apartments on the Herning and Emdrup Campuses. Applications for studio apartments and student residences are made through Aarhus University system.