Emdrup Campus in Copenhagen is home to the Danish School of Education, which conducts research, knowledge exchange activities and degree programmes within the entire field of education, as well as parts of the Administrative Centre Arts.
The study of archaeology and anthropology under the School of Culture and Society is based at Moesgaard Museum south of Aarhus.
Among other things, the IT Park Katrinebjerg in Aarhus is home to the information and media degree programmes at the Faculty of Arts, which are part of the IT Park’s research and business environments.
The Nobel Park is where much of the teaching is done at the Faculty of Arts.
Kasernen on Langelandsgade in Aarhus is home to the School of Communication and Culture. The facilities available here include a concert hall.
Tåsingegade in Aarhus is home to the Study Centre and most of the Arts Administrative Centre.
Located in Aarhus, the Museum of Ancient Art disseminates knowledge about and conducts research into the art and culture of ancient Greece and Italy.