Aarhus University is an exchange destination for master students, who are taking part in the research master: 'Research in public administration and organisational science' at the UU School of Governance.
General information for exchange students
Recommended language skills: B2 (En)
|Areas of study open for exchange students|
Courses within the department of Political Science
A wide variety of courses are taught in English,
|Courses at Master level|
Yes, only master level is available
The optional application for housing is integrated
If required, students can access a residence
Housing offers will be sent to successful applicants
|Estimated living costs per month|
The standard of living is high and the economy performs above the European average. Accommodation, food, transport and leisure are therefore relatively expensive in Denmark compared to many other countries. However, salaries are correspondingly high, and many services such as medical treatment and schools are paid for via taxes and the Danish welfare system, so that no user fees are charged.
Housing: 350-600 Euro
Normal study load per term:
European universities use the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and normally, you obtain 30 ECTS per semester
Study load per semester 22,5 ECTS (minimum) - 30 ECTS credits
See ‘keuzecursussen in het buitenland’ under Studeren in het Buitenland.
2 places for 1 year available - Please note that an exchange at Aarhus University is always on request and cannot be guaranteed!
Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?
Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.
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