Aarhus University offers more than 50 Master’s programs in English and we also welcome several Indian students each year. You can find admission requirements for each programme on the page of each programme.
The deadline to apply for non-EU is 15 January. Engineering have deadlines twice a year.
Right here we will update when we will go to India next for fairs and meetings. This is your chance to talk to an AU representative.
|2 November||Virtual Open Day at Aarhus University||Virtual Open Day | All programmes|
|21 November||India (online)||EHEVF | STEM|
|29 November||India, New Delhi||QS Fair | STEM|
|4 December||India, Mumbai||QS Fair | STEM|
|6 December||India, Bangalore||QS Fair | STEM|
|12 December||India (online)||QS Connect | STEM|
|14 December||India (online)||QS Connect | STEM|
Are you considering applying to a program at Aarhus University but still have tons of questions? Then why not talk to one of our current Indian students to get their view on student life in Denmark.
Denmark is a very safe country to live in and to be a student. It is widely cited as one of the world’s most liveable places and according to the OECD, it has the world’s highest level of income equality.
Being an international student at Aarhus University you will benefit from free healthcare and a lot of other services. Should you become sick Denmark has one of the best healthcare systems in the world and Aarhus University Hospital has been voted the best hospital in Denmark and ranks 11 in the world according to Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals list.
A question we often get when meeting international students is if they need to learn Danish to live and study here. The short answer is: No. Everyone – including taxidrivers and shopkeepers speaks really good English. In fact Danes have been ranked as some of the best non-native English speakers in the world.
Nevertheless, knowing some Danish – even just basic words – can be very useful. If you follow a Danish course you will not only learn Danish, you will also get to know more about the Danish culture, Danes and meet other international students. Find out more about learning Danish for free!
Being a student at Aarhus University might differ from India. Students call professors by their first names and students are expected to engage in academic discussions during classes.
Many non-academic activities such as sports and music are not organized by the university. Still, there is a ton of activities for students in Aarhus, so you will be sure to have an amazing time here.
A place to start is Studenterhus Aarhus which offers activities for all students in Aarhus. These include a weekly International Night, trips around Denmark and much more. It is also possible to get involved as a volunteer and thereby grow your network in Denmark.