Internal news from Aarhus BSS


2015.01.29 | Aarhus BSS

New administrative organisation has been approved

The senior management team have approved the proposal for the BSS administration. From now on, the administrative service of the departments will be distributed onto seven units and AU Library BSS. Some of the changes have been implemented to create the best possible foundation for supporting strategic initiatives – e.g. the increased focus on…

2015.01.29 | News from the management, Aarhus BSS

The departmental structure is now in place

The work to determine BSS’ departmental structure is complete. The process has given way to a minor reorganisation, which, among other things, entails new initiatives towards consolidating the collaboration surrounding the degree programmes, more focus on BSS’ external profiling and implementation of sections within the major departments.

2015.01.29 | Aarhus BSS

You are a member of the BSS Staff Association

No, it’s not a mistake. And yes, even if you were already member. As of 1 February 2015, all employees at BSS are members of the BSS Staff Association. Completely free of charge and non-committal. This is the result of a new association model, which was adopted at the recent extraordinary general meeting.

2015.01.29 | Aarhus BSS

Scan the QR code and see if the room is booked

QR codes in all classrooms will enable you to see when each room is booked - and by whom. This will help prevent any misunderstandings and problems with double bookings.

2015.01.08 | Aarhus BSS

Mentors help BSS students prepare for their careers

Through a mentor scheme at BSS, former BSS students provide current students with career advice and help them gain insight into the labour market. AU Mentor100 is so popular that the number of participants has increased fivefold in only seven years

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Mon 26 Jan
09:00-17:30 | The Conference center, Mogens Zielerstuen, Frederik Nielsens vej 2-4
Conference on Framework Agreements and Public Procurement Law in the European Perspective
Since the introduction of Framework Agreements (FAs) in 2004 by the Public Sector Directive, they have gained popularity and importance on the public tender market. It is argued that FAs are more efficient than traditional procurement as they save both the purchaser and the supplier the time, resources and costs associated with negotiating terms and conditions every time an individual contract is made. We invite all interested parties to the conference on Framework Agreements and Public Procurement Law on January 26, 2015.
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