The United Kingdom has left the EU. The transition period expires on December 31st 2020 and the negotiations with EU currently appear to be paused. This means that the conditions for British citizens are changing effective January 1st 2021.
Are British citizens liable to pay tuition fees and application fees?
What are the documentation requirements?
British citizens without permanent residency or legal residency according to EU law on free movement in Denmarkbefore 1 January 2021 must pay tuition fees.
However, applicants who submit their application for admission to full-degree programmes before 1 January 2021 are exempt from paying the application fee. If admitted, those students must, however, pay tuition fees.
Kindly direct your questions regarding admission to full-degree programmes at AU to the relevant Admission Office:
Brexit is expected to lead to changes for Erasmus+. While the outcome of the negotiations between the EU and the UK is not yet known, you will find the latest information on how the UK's exit from the EU will affect organisations and individuals here.
Aarhus University expects to continue exchanging students with our British partners, whether this will be in an Erasmus or in a non-Erasmus+ framework. Please contact your home university for any updates regarding exchange possibilities.
British citizens without permanent residency or legal residency according to EU law on free movement in Denmark before 1 January 2021 must pay NON-EU tuition fees.
British students arriving after December 31st 2020 as exchange students or full degree students are obliged to apply for a residence permit in order to start studying in Denmark. The application form (ST1 form) will be sent to you from AU through your self-service account (exchange students) or online (full degree students).
As soon as Aarhus University has confirmed information concerning the future status of UK students, it will be available here and on the below government websites: