Aarhus University organises all activities in accordance with applicable public health guidelines and recommendations, as well as instructions from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
The university’s guidelines apply primarily to staff and students. They also apply to guests and other persons affiliated with Aarhus University.
Please notice: Updates on this section are pending - 18/1 2022
Employees are strongly urged to work from home, as far as possible. Research, educational and consultancy activities and administrative support functions may still be carried out on campus, on condition that in-person participation is important for the performance of the tasks in question. If in doubt, consult your immediate manager/supervisor.
From January, exams – oral and written – will be held online. There will be exceptions; in some cases, holding exams online may be inappropriate or impracticable. See more under guidelines for classes and exams
See also the guidelines that apply to meetings and social events.
All visitors to AU’s campuses must be able to present a valid Covid passport, wear face mask or face covering while moving around indoors and comply with the general public health guidelines for the prevention of infection.
If you are not sure about any of AU’s guidelines, please contact your manager or supervisor; students should consult their study portal for updates.
Everyone is encouraged to follow the Danish Health Authority's general public health precautions, including:
Employees in an at-risk group should discuss their situation with their immediate supervisor, who will make a concrete assessment of what steps should be taken.