Internal news from Aarhus BSS

Photo: Jesper Rais

2018.02.05 | Aarhus BSS

New admission requirements to strengthen student quality and reduce dropout rates

From 2020, a minimum mark requirement of 7 will be introduced on all of the school’s degree programmes. The aim is to reflect high-quality degree programmes, strengthen the quality of the study-related prerequisites of the students admitted and the quality of our graduates as well as to reduce dropout rates, says Dean Thomas Pallesen.

Photo: Simon Andersen Nørredam

2018.02.05 | Aarhus BSS

EQUIS - and then what?

You have probably heard a lot about the school’s accreditations, but you might not know what makes them so important. What do they mean for Aarhus BSS - apart from a new logo in your email signature? Here we offer two suggestions for how the school can use the accreditations - externally as well as internally.

Photo: Sinne Brandt Jakobsen

2018.02.05 | Medarbejderportrætter, Aarhus BSS

Meet your colleague: Study planner Kristian Winther

For more than 17 years, Kristian Winther has kept track of room booking, timetables and exam schedules for the benefit of both students and lecturers. First at the former Aarhus School of Business and today at Aarhus BSS. Here, he is one of five total study planners in Studieplan, which is part of the Aarhus BSS Studies Administration. Read his…

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2018.01.25 | Aarhus BSS

New parking rules from 1 February

From 1 February 2018, more of the university's parking spaces will be reserved for AU’s employees. This means that from 1 February, parking conditions at Fuglesangs Allé and in the University Park will change. Parking in Herning will not be affected.

Here is the happy winner. Photo: Karin Søgaard Sørensen.

2018.01.19 | Aarhus BSS

Anne-Dorthe knows the most about Aarhus BSS

Anne-Dorte Bruun Jensen, associate professor at the Department of Law, is the lucky winner of the great prize offered in the Aarhus BSS quiz in the December issue of Internal News.

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2018.01.04 | Aarhus BSS

Focus on wellbeing among PhD students

A recently published report on the quality of the PhD process at Aarhus University shows that the PhD students at Aarhus BSS experience an increased level of satisfaction with the PhD process and the supervision. Aarhus BSS must continue to focus firmly on the PhD students’ working conditions, as some students still report stress-related symptoms…

Photo: Ingrid Fossum, Aarhus BSS Communication

2017.12.20 | Aarhus BSS

“We have a great foundation”

Vice-dean for Education Per Andersen remembers 2017 as a year characterised by accreditation processes. And as a year that confirmed his belief that Aarhus BSS has a great foundation for creating degree programmes of the highest quality.

Photo: Ingrid Fossum, Aarhus BSS Communication

2017.12.20 | Aarhus BSS

“We must make room for the shining stars”

Vice-dean for Research and Talent Development Per Baltzer Overgaard looks back at a year that offered great experiences at Aarhus BSS. And ahead to 2018, where the school must make room for the shining stars and focus even more on interdisciplinary research.

Photo: Ingrid Fossum, Aarhus BSS Communication

2017.12.20 | Aarhus BSS

“We need unconventional ideas”

For Dean Thomas Pallesen, 2017 was a year with many highlights. In 2018, he is - among other things -looking forward to working on increasing the school’s external funding - particularly through the more unconventional ideas that can help address the challenges facing society.

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2017.12.17 | Aarhus BSS

AU BSS Library becomes part of the Royal Library

On 1 January 2018, AU Library BSS becomes part of the Royal Library. However, this will have no practical consequences for the users, as the library will offer the exact same services as before.

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