Welcome to AU GO - The Study Abroad database!
This application period for study abroad will run from 1 November 2017 to 1 December 2017. The study abroad places available in this period will be for study abroad during the autumn semester 2018 and spring semester 2019.
Please be aware that, as a general rule, students at Science and Technology must have an average mark of at least 7 in order to be eligible for an exchange with one of our partner institutions. However, the evaluation of applications for student exchange at Science and Technology is based on an overall evaluation of the student’s academic qualifications, and this means that students can be awarded an exchange placement even though their average mark is less than 7.
How to search the database
The database contains information about the exchange partner universities of Aarhus University.
Please note that since some agreements cover all of the Faculty of Science and Technology there might be partner universities available for your study programme, which do not offer courses matching your curriculum at Aarhus University. Be sure to read the course information on each university website thoroughly.
In order for you to see the specific agreements suiting your study programme, you need to use the Search function:
1. Press Search
2. Programme: choose Exchange
3. Period: we advise you not to choose a specific period
4. Study: choose your study programme (if you are a Bachelor student and plan to go on exchange during your Master, choose the respective Master programme).
5. Press “Do Search”
If you have any questions about using the database or going on exchange, please contact the relevant coordinator from the International Office at Science and Technology.
Engineering, Bioscience, Geoscience, and Molecular biology and genetics
Fie Bøje Misholt, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agroecology, Food science, Animal science, Computer science, Physics and Astronomy, Chemistry, Nanoscience, and Mathematics
Mette Glerup Thomsen, e-mail: email@example.com
This tutorial video will guide you through the functions of the AU GO database: