Aarhus University


Aarhus , Herning



The first step in the history of Aarhus University was taken in 1928, when University Studies in Jutland was inaugurated with 64 students enrolled. A period of steady growth ensued until 2006 when the Institute of Business and Technology in Herning became part of Aarhus University; and in 2007 the Aarhus School of Business, the Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, the national Environmental Research Institute and the Danish University of Education did the same.

As a result of these mergers, the University now has about 34,000 students and 9,000 staff.The university, one of the top-ranked universities in Denmark, has four faculties: Arts, Science and Technology, Health Sciences and Business Studies and Social Science.

Aarhus Universityメs buildings and the University Park in Aarhus are listed among the 12 most important architectural icons in Denmark.

Courses offered through English


Most new students in Aarhus choose to live at one of the many halls of residence in the Aarhus area. Rooms in halls of residence are allocated through through モStudent Housing Aarhusヤ. Submit your application as early as possible.

The city council offers a housing guarantee to all new students in Aarhus at one of the residences. Guaranteed accommodation means that you apply from among a pool of rooms reserved for this purpose ヨ the halls of residence located in the outer suburbs.

Horsens has good access to student housing, through local housing associations.

You should budget for €300 - €350 per month.