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News from AARHUS BSS

2020.09.16 | Aarhus BSS

New passage between the University Park and the University City

The process of opening up a new underground passage at the northern end of the University Park is now beginnin

2020.09.01 | News from management

5-year AACSB accreditation in place

Aarhus BSS has now been awarded the 5-year AACSB accreditation after one year’s extension of the accreditation

2020.08.24 | Aarhus BSS

Back to the classroom

The physical teaching is now reopening and many lecturers will be returning - or have already returned - to th

Events at AARHUS BSS

Wed 07 Oct
16:00-17:30 | Online - Microsoft Teams
Annual general meeting
The Staff Association invites all members to the annual general meeting 2020 - this time online. Come and put your mark on future events.
Wed 04 Nov
14:30-16:00 | iNANO Auditorium, building 1593-012, Gustav Wieds Vej 14, 8000 Aarhus C
Information meeting on centres of excellence
In November 2020, the Danish National Research Foundation (DG) opens the next call for Centers of Excellence. Aarhus University invites potential applicants to an information meeting on Centers of Excellence and how to apply for one.

News from AU

30/09 - 2020 |

Now your holiday is being calculated according to the new Holiday Act

On 1 September 2020, the new Holiday Act came into force. If you are not sure what this means for you, read on and get the facts.

29/09 - 2020 |

The settlement system shows the way for joint solutions across faculties

Assessors in other countries get their expenses refunded more quickly. A new settlement system at the graduate schools at Health, NAT and TECH has reduced the processing time from two months to five working days. This is a good example of how cross-faculty systems can improve service – and there is positive feedback from the assessors.

21/09 - 2020 |

AU has to fell four oak trees – maybe you have some bright ideas about how...

When Aarhus University starts work on a new passage under Nørrebrogade this autumn, unfortunately four oak trees in the University Park will have to be felled. We want to find a new use for the trees so that they will live on at the university in another form. Calling all bright ideas!