Guidance at AU

Talk to a counsellor - choices and admission

Do you have general questions about admission, requirements, choice of programmes etc.? 

You can book an appointment with our counsellors at the Guidance and Information Centre. We offer 25 minute sessions about: 

  • General admission to Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, as well as supplementary subjects.
  • Choosing your programme

Please note that it is only possible to view available times 14 days ahead, but we are constantly opening new slots, so keep an eye on the site.

Call, write, drop by the Information and Guidance Centre - or:

Book an appointment

Address, Information and Guidance Centre:
Information and Guidance Centre
Fredrik Nielsens Vej 5, bygn. 1448,
8000 Aarhus C,

Phone:+45 8715 0720

Telephone and personal service hours:
Monday-Friday: 9-12 CET (Wednesday closed)








Talk to a counsellor - student life and academic content

Do you have questions about a specific programme and its contents, career paths, admission, credit transfer etc.?

Then contact the student guidance services for each programme or faculty: 

International students

Student guidance

  • general questions about admission, requirements, choice of programmes etc.: contact the Information and Guidance Centre (contact info above)
  • more specific questions about admission: contact the admissions office,
  • questions about a specific programme and its contents: please contact the student guidance services for each programme or faculty (contact info above) 

Meet us abroad

Every year Aarhus University attends several fairs and events around the world. 
Find out if we are visiting a city near you, so you can meet AU abroad.

Open Day

Every year in February Aarhus University invites potential students to participate in our Open Day for international students.

On this day you can talk to admissions, meet current international students, get a tour of the campus and much more. The date for 2017 was 10 February and you can see the programme for the event here.


We know it is a major decision for a student to go abroad to undertake a full degree in a new country. We are also aware that parents, of course, wish to have as much information as possible about the country and the university their son or daughter may go to, to assist them in making an informed decision. We have therefore made information about Aarhus University and living in Denmark available in 15 different languages.