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Aarhus Ø is a quarter which has been constructed by the expansion of the harbor area close to the city centre. One of the most distinctive structures is the Iceberg by the Aarhus Ø waterfront.
Photo: VisitDenmark, Dennis Borup Jakobsen

As in other big cities, finding housing can be an effort. There are many different options, but most foreign nationals working or studying in Denmark choose to rent a home. You need to consider where you are going to live as soon as you know you are coming to Aarhus University.

Get more general information about housing at lifeindenmark.dk

AU Housing

AU Housing helps international students, PhD-students and staff with finding accommodation in relation with enrollment or employment at AU.

AU Housing has access to about 800 rooms/flats in Aarhus, Herning and Emdrup. Some rooms are available for students only, others for staff only. 

AU Housing

Send an email at housing@au.dk

Call on weekdays between 9am-2pm at +45 8715 2585

International Centre
Dale T. Mortensen Building
Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 4A
8000 Aarhus C

Opening hours:
Monday - Friday 10am - 2pm