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Learning resources and facilities

Aarhus University offers a number of learning resources and facilities for both international and Danish students. With the different learning resources, you are always able to get help with your studies.

Moreover, the different student facilities give you a great opportunity to socialize and get to know your fellow students.  

AU Library

AU Library offers students a wide range of services. Maybe you need help finding specific literature or managing your references.

Through AU Library’s webpage, you can access literature relevant for your course that you may not have access to through Blackboard. Moreover, you can also reserve and lend books that are useful for your studies. The AU libraries are located on every AU campus.

All libraries have spacious reading rooms and wifi, and many are even accessible 24/7.

Studenterhus Aarhus

The Studenterhus Aarhus is the city's central meeting point for both Danish and international students. Social and cultural activities and concerts are organized throughout the year and regular events include the Tuesday ‘International Night,’ a weekly dinner club, theme parties and film nights.

The Studenterhus Aarhus is the perfect place to go if you would like to get to know fellow students, both Danes as well as internationals. And it also possible to volunteer. 

Dale's Café

Dale’s Café is a perfect meeting place for international students and PhD-students. It is located next to the International Centre and serves quality coffee, a wide selection of food and beers.

Dale's Café is definitely the perfect hangout spot if you need a break from your studies. 

Friday Bars

Every Friday at noon, each department sets up a small bar in a canteen or a classroom where beer and soft drinks are served.

This is another great place to meet both fellow students and professors over a drink and a great way to start the weekend.

Counselling and assistance

The Counselling and Support Centre offers counselling and assistance for international students who experience study-related difficulties caused by dyslexia, physical, mental or behavioural disabilities. They offer free counselling and full professional confidentiality.

Furthermore, you will also find student counsellors who are experienced students who advise other students in their department. They will be able to help or advise you on where to go if you need additional help.