The business initiative at AU is also about educating graduates for the labour market of the future. Therefore, all students must be given the opportunity to collaborate with relevant employers as part of their degree programme, and students must be linked more closely to the labour market during their studies. This will ensure that the university's graduates continue to have a generally high level of employment.
The most important career-promoting activities are:
- AU Job and Project Bank, where students can find student jobs, internships and project placements, Master's thesis and project collaborations as well as graduate jobs.
- Career fairs, where private and public-sector employers can come into contact with students
- Career guidance via career centres, including tools, advice and inspiration for job searching.
- PhD and Junior Researcher career guidance, which includes 1:1 guidance, and courses, etc. for PhD students and Junior Researchers
- Case Competitions, including the interdisciplinary case competition: AU Challenge
- Stronger efforts against graduate unemployment, among other things through collaboration with Aarhus Job Centre