• General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Graz

    Number of MAUI semesters you can accept during 2017/18 (not students):

    4 or more

    General University Website:

    http://www.uni-graz.at/en/

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    http://international.uni-graz.at/en/stud/incoming/about-uni-graz/

    Contact person for incoming students:

    Christa Grassauer
    Office of International Relations
    Universitätsplatz 3
    A-8010 Graz
    Austria
    Phone:  0043 316 380 1254
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    Contact person for outgoing students:

    Petra Rabitsch
    Office of International Relations
    Universitätsplatz 3
    A-8010 Graz
    Austria
    Phone:  0043 316 380 1243
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    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    STEP 1: After being nominated to Uni Graz via the network, students receive an email providing them with the code and the guidelines for the online application.

     

    STEP 2: Completed application form and study confirmation need to be printed off from online system, signed and together with all necessary documents sent to the Uni Graz as one PDF-document via email.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    In the case of graduate applications, academic advisors at Uni Graz assess the bachelor degree and current enrollment to determine whether graduate enrollment in the master program applied for is possible.

    Other important notes 

    Last updated

    January 2019

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    http://studien.uni-graz.at/en/degree-programmes/

    All programs except Pharmacology are open to exchange students.

    Lab placements are generally difficult and cannot be guaranteed.

    An application for Translation/interpretation/transcultural communication with German is only possible if students are enrolled in a translation/interpretation degree at their home university.

    Co-enrollment: A unique cooperation with the Technical University of Graz (TUG) as well as Kunstuniversität Graz (KUG) allows students to co-enroll at TUG and/or KUG at no extra cost (TUG and KUG transcripts available). A min of 50 % of courses during the exchange must be taken at University of Graz.

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    Language of instruction is German. However many programs offer a limited number of English-taught classes:

    https://online.uni-graz.at/kfu_online/wbENLVSuche.wbEnLvSuchePage

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes, for master level student.

    In order for students to be enrolled on graduate level, they must have completed a relevant bachelor program and be able to provide both complete bachelor documentation (bachelor diploma + transcript) and proof of master enrollment in a field of study corresponding to the one they are applying for at Uni Graz.

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    http://studien.uni-graz.at/en/degree-programmes/

    All programs except Pharmacology and Joint Degree programs are open to exchange students.

    Lab placements are generally difficult and cannot be guaranteed.

    An application for Translation/interpretation/transcultural communication with German is only possible if students are enrolled in a translation/interpretation degree at their home university.

    Co-enrollment: A unique cooperation with the Technical University of Graz (TUG) as well as Kunstuniversität Graz (KUG) allows students to co-enroll at TUG and/or KUG at no extra cost (TUG and KUG transcripts available). A min of 50 % of courses during the exchange must be taken at University of Graz.

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    No

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    None

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Pharmacology and Joint Degree programs

    Websites for course offerings

    Overall Course Guide: https://online.uni-graz.at/

    How to use course guide: http://static.uni-graz.at/fileadmin/bib/downloads/studierende/incoming/ugo/bibwww_s_ugo_guidelines.pdf

    English-taught classes only: https://online.uni-graz.at/kfu_online/wbENLVSuche.wbEnLvSuchePage

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    Students coming to Uni Graz follow the credit requirements of their home university.

    A full semester workload at Uni Graz equals 24-30 ECTS.

    CREDIT INFORMATION:

    The student workload consists of the time required to complete all planned learning activities, i.e. contact hours (lectures, seminars etc) and private study (preparation for exams, writing of paper, reading etc.): 1 ECTS credit = 25 hours.

    Each semester is comprised of 15 teaching weeks, therefore a course indicated as a 1 hour course in the online system equals 15 contact hours, a 2 hour course equals 30 contact hrs etc. For exchange students we consider a range between 24 to 30 ECTS per semester as a full time study load.

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    None

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    Upon arrival

    Language Requirements

    The University of Graz recommends language level B2 in German in order to take full advantage of the mobility. Students who will only take courses in English must have B2 English knowledge.

    Students who will only take courses in English must check whether they can find enough English-taught courses to fulfill their home university’s credit requirements.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    No

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    Yes. 3-week German Intensive Language Courses (6 ECTS credits incl. in transcript) are offered in September and February before the start of the semester at a reduced fee. Also German courses during the semester are offered. Further information: https://treffpunktsprachen.uni-graz.at/en/teaching/german-as-a-foreign-language/.

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    YES, for dates – see registration sessions for incoming students indicated above.

    Welcome Week sessions are NO walk-in sessions, they are MANDATORY. They include sessions about orientation / registration / course system / residence permit / health insurance.

    Additional Notes

     

    Last updated

    January 2019

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1/Winter
    Nomination deadline: 1 May
    Application deadline: 1 June

    Semester 2/Summer
    Nomination deadline: 1 October
    Application deadline: 1 November

    After having handed in the complete application documents, students will receive an Admission Letter, a Visa/Residence Permit Letter and our "Welcome Guide".

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Click here.

    Winter semester

    beginning of Oct – end of Jan

    01 October 2019 – 31 January 2020

    Summer semester

    beginning of Mar – end of Jun

    02 March2020 – 26 June 2020

    Examination period(s)

    During and at the end of each semester.

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    Early exams / alternative exam arrangements CANNOT BE GUARANTEED!! Please note that each professor decides for his/her course whether early exams / alternative exam modes are possible. It is the student’s responsibility to contact each professor as early as possible in the application process and definitely before finalizing travel plans in case they need to return to their home universities before the end of the exchange semester at Uni Graz.

    Early exams are NOT available for lecture-type courses at the Faculty of Business and of the field of English and American Studies. For other types of courses such as pro-seminars, seminars professors have the last say.

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    Winter semester
    Welcome Week I: 05-11 September 2019
    Welcome Week II: 16-20 September 2019

    Summer semester
    Welcome Week: 17-20 February 2020

    Course registration deadline

    Course registration takes place after arrival in Graz during welcome weeks. Deadlines differ from faculty to faculty. Students participating in the mandatory welcome events are offered a session on course registration incl. all relevant information as well as academic advising sessions.

    Last updated

    January 2019

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

    700-800

    Housing

    250-400

    Meals

    300

    Course Materials

    depends on student and courses taken

    Local Transportation

    50

    Health Insurance

    60 (mandatory for students staying for 2 semesters)

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    20/semester (student union fee)

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    FULL YEAR STAY: All exchange students nominated for 2 semesters are required by law to register for Austrian health insurance upon arrival (assistance and more information available during the mandatory WELCOME WEEK). Austrian health insurance is offered for currently also includes basic dental and eye examinations. This insurance will NOT cover the student’s journey to and from Graz or medical evacuation and repatriation – the student must purchase travel insurance accordingly.

    SEMESTER STAY: All exchange students nominated for 1 semester are free to choose their insurance as long as this insurance is in accordance with the requirements for an Austrian visa application. For details students have to contact the Austrian embassy in their country of residence. The insurance must also cover their journey to Graz including medical evacuation and repatriation.

    Additional Notes

     

    Last Updated

    January 2019

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Students make their own housing arrangements directly with the dorms (links provided on our incomings website). Students can apply for housing either via the housing office of the Austrian Exchange Service (OeAD) or at the different dorms directly. For deadlines of housing applications at the individual dorms, please check the respective websites. Information on living expenses can be found in the welcome guide.

    Housing options

    Shared flats in student dorms with cooking facilities, single/double occupancy available. Note that all dorms in Graz are co-ed.

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    https://housing.oead.at/en/accommodation/graz-en

    https://www.uni-graz.at/en/studying/student-life/accommodation-and-food/student-hostels/

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    Housing application is separate and is taken care of by the students themselves (links for dorms in Graz provided on our incoming website).

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    The university does not have a medical facility on campus. However, there are two university clinics in Graz as well as general practitioners and specialists in all fields.

    Are internships available?

    No

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    No

    Additional Notes

    Visa / Residence Permit:

    SEMESTER STAY: Non-EU/EEA students must apply for a Visa D through the Austrian Embassy in their country of residence BEFORE arrival in Austria.
    Costs: approx. EUR 150 (info 2018).  Additional fees may apply.

    Exception: students holding a  US or Canadian passport and studying at US or Canadian universities coming to University of Graz for their mobility semester, can apply for the visa after arrival at the Austrian embassy in Ljubljana (Slovenia). The process must be completed within the first 90 day of entry into the Schengen Area. These students must make sure that they fly directly to Austria without layover in any other Schengen country when commencing their exchange!

    FULL YEAR STAY: Depending on their nationality students either need to apply for a residence permit via the Austrian embassy in their country of residence or can apply in Graz after arrival > details: https://oead.at/en/to-austria/entry-residence-and-employment/nationals-of-third-countries/exemption-from-visa-requirements-visumfreiheit/  

    Students who are eligible to apply after arrival in Graz must bring along all necessary documents incl. legalization/Apostille and translations where necessary (check with Austrian embassy for details).

    Students who must apply for the residence permit before travelling to Graz have to send their Uni Graz application documents timely enough to receive the Acceptance & Residence Permit letters by regular mail.

    Costs: approx. € 160 (info 2018). Additional fees may apply. Further information: https://oead.at/en/to-austria/entry-residence-and-employment/ 

    Buddy program:

    Buddies are Austrian students interested in supporting international exchange students as unpaid volunteers during their time in Graz (pick-up service, support in practical matters, etc.). More information at
    http://unigraz.esnaustria.org/buddy-program-karl-franzens-uni-graz-0.

    STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS:

    The Disability Resource Center is the central information and contact point: https://www.uni-graz.at/en/university/interdisciplinary-affairs/barrier-free-university/

    TRANSCRIPTS:

    Transcripts are electronically signed via UNIGRAZonline. Thus, according to Austrian legislation a signature / stamp / underprinting paper for a printout are no longer necessary. In addition, the transcript is electronically verifiable.  All students who hold an active UNIGRAZonline account are expected to access and download the electronically signed transcript by themselves. Transcripts can be verified by using the following link: https://www.signatur.rtr.at/en/vd/Pruefung

    Last Updated

    January 2019

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library: https://public.sharepoint.uni-graz.at/sites/bilderpool/SitePages/Bilder.aspx?Kategorie=Campus/Geb%C3%A4ude

    These images are provided free of charge, but please include the copyright information whenever you use them.

    University Logos: logo.uni-graz.at

    University Incoming Student App (German): https://apps.uni-graz.at/#

    University Incoming Student Podcasts (German): https://www.uni-graz.at/en/studying/students/study-organisation/podcasts/

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    January 2019

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Antwerp

    Number of MAUI semesters you can accept during 2017/18 (not students):

    Faculty of Applied Economic Sciences: 4 semesters
    All other departments: no limit

    General University Website:

    Click here.

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    Click here.

    Contact person for incoming students:

    Herlinde Van de Maele
    University of Antwerp
    International Relations Office
    Gratiekapelstraat 10,
    BE-2000 Antwerpen
    Belgium
    T +32 3 265 49 61
    F +32 3 265 41 42
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    Contact person for outgoing students:

    Jill Aerts
    University of Antwerp
    International Relations Office
    Gratiekapelstraat 10,
    BE-2000 Antwerpen
    Belgium
    T +32 3 265 46 32
    F +32 3 265 41 42
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    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Student will receive a link to the application website after nomination.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    No difference

    Other important notes

     

    Last updated

    19 January 2017

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All bachelor programmes are open to MAUI exchange students, provided that they meet the prerequisites for each course. A online course catalogue is available below.

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    Click here.

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All (initial) masters are open to MAUI exchange students, provided that they meet the prerequisites for each course.
    Specific requirements apply for most advanced master’s programs. When in doubt, check with the international academic coordinator. 

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes, after examination of study records and approval of the department involved.

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

     None.

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Specific requirements apply for most advanced master’s programs. When in doubt, check with the international academic coordinator. 

    Websites for course offerings

    Click here.

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    Students should register for at least 20 and up to 30 ECTS credits per semester.

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    Yes

    In July and September UA’s language centre ‘LINGUAPOLIS’ organises 1-month immersion courses in Dutch, English, French and Spanish. Conversation training in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian is offered in early July for students with a basic knowledge of the language (15 hours).
    More information: http://www.linguapolis.be.

    In June-July-August international summer schools take place in the Antwerp

    Click here for more information.

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    Upon arrival

    Language Requirements

    Dutch: The official language in Belgium/Flanders is Dutch. Hence, all undergraduate programmes at UA are taught in Dutch. In order to attend the courses successfully, it is highly recommended that students  sign up for the intensive Dutch language course organised before the start of each semester. Professors often allow international students to take their examinations in English. Research and/or library work can be done in English (and French).

    English:  Most faculties however organise a full programme or a selected number of courses in English to accommodate international students.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    English test certificate is compulsory for all non-native English speakers. (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge First, or from other language test centre – min.required level CEFR B2). Students studying in an English speaking country are exempt.

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    Yes. An intensive Dutch language course for exchange students is organised before the start of each semester.

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    The international (academic and administrative) coordinators available in each faculty/department support students with their course selection prior to and upon arrival. Click here.

    Additional Notes

     

    Last updated

    19 January 2017

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1: 1 May
    Semester 2: 1 November
    Attention! There is only 1 deadline for Economics/Business: 1 May

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    The academic year is divided in 2 semesters. Each semester comprises 13 weeks of lecturing concluded by a 4-week examination period. International students are requested to arrive a few days in advance in order to arrange for their accommodation and to handle all formalities (application residence permit, certificate of arrival,…) it is compulsory that students attend the Orientation Days which are held before the start of each semester.

    Semester 1 2018-19:
    Orientation Days: 20-21 September 2018
    Beginning of term: 24 September 2018
    End of term: 25 January 2019
    Exam Period: 1-25 January 2019
    Christmas break : 24 December 2018 – 6 January 2019
    Announcement of exam results: before 10 February 2019

    Semester 2 2018-19:
    Orientation days: 31 January -1 February 2019
    Beginning of term: 4 February 2019
    End of term: 28 June 2019
    Exam period: 20 May – 21 June 2019
    Easter break: 8-22 April 2019
    Announcement of exam results: 24 June – 28 June 2019

    Examination period(s)

    Semester 1: 1-25 January 2019
    Semester 2: 20 May – 21 June 2019

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    No

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    Before the start of each semester Orientation Days are organised to welcome international students. Attendance is required.
    Semester 1: 20-21 September 2018: Orientation Days + start Ice-breaking week
    Semester 2: 31 January - 1 February 2018: Orientation Days + start Ice-breaking week
    No costs involved
    Click here for more information.

    Course registration deadline

    Course selection: Students upload a preliminary study programme (cfr. ECTS  Learning agreement) in Mobility Online before the application deadline.

    Course registration: After final approval student register their course selection in the student information system SisA of the University of Antwerp.  This can only be done upon arrival and after registration as an exchange student at the University of Antwerp.

    Last updated

    24 January 2018

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

     900

    Housing

    350-400

    Meals

    300

    Course Materials

    40

    Local Transportation

    25

    Health Insurance

    Before leaving for Antwerp students should report to their insurance company and carefully examine whether or not their health insurance covers all medical costs for the entire period of stay in Belgium. If that is not the case, they can choose to take up insurance with a local health insurance federation in Antwerp upon their arrival. Click here for more information.

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes

    Additional Notes

     

    Last Updated

    24 January 2019

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes - The International Housing office organizes and intermediates.

    Housing options

    Student accommodation is available in student halls or in privately-owned student rooms both in the neighborhood of the university campuses. Information is available on both options.

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Click here for more information.
    Further details can be requested to the Housing Office of the University of Antwerp, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    The application for housing is included in the admission procedure of exchange students.
    Students staying one semester in Antwerp complete the ‘Request for Accommodation’ in their workflow in Mobility Online.
    Students staying a full academic year in Antwerp use the student housing database to find a room of their choice (updates available as from June).
    Click here for more information.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    The Office for Student Affairs assists in case of special needs concerning health and judicial problems.

    Are internships available?

    No

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes

    Additional Notes

     

    Last Updated

    24 January 2018

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library:

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    23 May 2017

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    Masaryk University

    Number of MAUI semesters you can accept during 2019/20 (not students):

    8

    General University Website:

    Click here.

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    Click here.

    Contact person for incoming and outgoing students:

    Mr. Martin Vasek
    Centre for International Cooperation
    Komenského nam. 2
    602 00 Brno, Czech Republic
    00420549497785              
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Click here.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    No difference.

    Other important notes

     

    Last updated

    January 2019

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Any field of study (we have more than 200 departments university-wide) that offers courses offered in English (see the list of available course below)

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    Any field of study (we have more than 200 departments university-wide) that offers courses offered in English (see the list of available course below)

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Any field of study (we have more than 200 departments university-wide) that offers courses offered in English (see the list of available course below)

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    None. However, some courses require prerequisites to be met in order to join the given course

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Faculty of Medicine, General Medicine

    Websites for course offerings

    Click here.

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    Minimum of 20 ECTS and maximal number of 60 ECTS a semester applies

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    In advance

    Language Requirements

    B2 level of English/Czech or being a native speaker

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    A confirmation of English B2 level from home university is required for non-native speakers

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    No

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    Not to leave the course registration for the arrival to MU

    Additional Notes

    Last updated

    January 2019

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1/Fall: May 1

    Semester 2/Spring: October 1

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Semester 1/Fall: 16 September - 22 December 2019
    Semester 2/Spring: 17 February - 24 May 2020

    Examination period(s)

    Semester 1/Fall: 16 December 2019 - 8 February 2020
    Semester 2/Spring: 25 May - 5 July 2020
    Note: Exams may be set for earlier - for the autumn semester before Christmas. For the spring semester within the first week of the examination period

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    Yes

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    Semester 1/Fall: 8-15 September 2019 (mandatory)
    Semester 2/Spring: 9-16 February 2020 (mandatory)

    20 EUR

    Course registration deadline

    From two months before semester’s start to 2 weeks after the semester’s start

    Last updated

    January 2019

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

    Housing

    105-135

    Meals

    3-15 for a meal and a drink

    Course Materials

    up to 50

    Local Transportation

    11 (for students < 26 y/o), 27 (for students > 26 y/o)

    Health Insurance

    Czech based travel health insurance needed for Czech visa

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Refundable housing deposit (130 EUR), MU chip card 6 EUR, Orientation week fee of 20 EUR

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes

    Additional Notes

     

    Last Updated

    January 2019

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes

    Housing options

    MU halls of residence

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Click here.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    Within regular application

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    None, but public health system is very good.

    Are internships available?

    No

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes

    Additional Notes

     We recommend to purchase the Czech based travel health insurance as it has to meet given features to be accepted by visa authorities

    Last Updated

    January 2019

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library:

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    January 2019

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    Aarhus University

    Number of MAUI semesters you can accept during 2017/18 (not students):

    No limit.

    General University Website:

    Click here.

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    Click here.

    Contact person for incoming students:

    Bente Broch Sorensen

    International Coordinator

    Hoegh-Guldbergsgade 4A

    DK-8000 Aarhus C

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Contact person for outgoing students:

    Mette Brandenborg
    Head of Student Mobility
    Hoegh-Guldbergs Gade 4
    DK-8000 Aarhus C
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Click here.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    No difference

    Other important notes

    Last updated

    26 January 2017

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All courses on the following Faculties: Arts, Science & Technology and Business & Social Science
    Limited access to Health including Medicine
    The majority of courses taught in English are on MA/MSc level. Courses are assessed with different ECTS points. On each faculty's homepage you will find information about credits awarded for each course, allowing you to plan your academic year. 

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    A wide variety of courses a taught in English. However the selection of courses varies from semester to semester. Thus students should ask when applying. Please see full course catalogue at http://kursuskatalog.au.dk/en/. All courses at the AU Summer University are taught in English.

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All courses on the following Faculties: Arts, Science & Technology and Business & Social Science
    Limited access to Health including Medicine
    The majority of courses taught in English are on MA/MSc level. Courses are assessed with different ECTS points. On each faculty's homepage you will find information about credits awarded for each course, allowing you to plan your academic year. 

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

     

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Courses at the Faculty of Health are mainly taught in Danish.

    Websites for course offerings

    Click here for English.
    Click here for Danish. 

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    Students must have a full study load per term, equivalent to 30 ECTS credits

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    Yes. Click here.

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    In advance

    Language Requirements

    Click here for language requirements.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    Since you are expected to have the appropriate English level most applications should not include language documents. However, Aarhus University reserves the right to take action if students do not comply with the required language skills.

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    No

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    Additional Notes

    Last updated

    24 January 2018

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1: 1 May
    Semester 2: 1 November

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Semester 1: 1 September – 31 January
    Semester 2: 1 February – 30 June
    Please note, the academic starts and ends are approximate

    Examination period(s)

    Semester 1: December and January
    Semester 2: May and June

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    Yes, in some cases.

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    It is strongly recommended to participate.
    Free of charge

    Course registration deadline

    Varies from department to department. Further information will follow after acceptance.

    Last updated

    24 January 2018

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

    650

    Housing

    300-400

    Meals

    270

    Course Materials

    30

    Local Transportation

    40

    Health Insurance

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes. Students staying for more than 3 months are covered by the Danish Health Insurance after having received CPR-number (apply upon arrival).
    Students staying less than 3 months have to obtain a private health insurance before arriving to Denmark.

    Additional Notes

     

    Last Updated

    26 January 2017

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes, it's part of the exchange application. No guarantee

    Housing options

    Shared facilities houses
    Student residencies

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Click here.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    It is part of the exchange application.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    Medical clinic and student psychological services are on campus.

    Are internships available?

    No

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes, but they are difficult to get.

    Additional Notes

     

    Last Updated

    24 January 2018

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library:

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    23 May 2017