Short Term Exchange - Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences
Aarhus University is a prestigious public university located in Aarhus, Denmark. Founded in 1928, it is Denmark's second oldest university and the largest, with a total of 44,500 enrolled students as of 1 January 2013, after a merger with Aarhus School of Engineering. In most prestigious ranking lists of the world's best universities, Aarhus University is placed in the top 100.
Program Dates: 9 January 2017 - 20 January 2017
Application Deadline: 20 October 2016
Type of program: Short Term Exchange
Length of Program: 1 month
Language of Instruction: English
Accommodation: There are 3 recommended options: Hotel Cabinn - cheap accommodation with free Internet, Scandic Aarhus City, Aarhus University Guesthouse.
More Information: This program is equivalent of 300 Level Commerce/Economics elective credit (3cp). The course this year is called “Danish and European Business in a Global Perspective”, valued at 10ECTS. The course consists of 3 parts: Part 1: Demark and Business, Part 2: Denmark and the European Union, Part 3: Demarks, the EU and the World. For further information please refer to the website
Aarhus University representative at Macquarie October 19th 2016 for a promotional presentation: 10:00am-10:30am, room E3A 244
To be eligible for this program, you must meet the following criteria:
- Enrolled into an undergraduate degree at Macquarie Univeristy
- Students must have minimum GPA 2.5 of 4.0 at time of assessment
- Completed a minimum 18 credit points at time of assessment,
- Pay the $50 Application Fee
- Satisfy other criteria specified in the Student Exchange Policy
- Students need to ensure they have the offered courses equivalents within their degree in order to be able to apply. We strongly recommend interested students to seek Academic Advice from the relevant Department before applying for the program
How to apply
Applicants must complete an online Expression of Interest form EOI online
Application Fee: A non-refundable fee of $50 applies for all Short Term Programs. Applications for students who have not made the payment as per option offered will not have their applications assessed. submit a soft copy of the receipt to email@example.com , otherwise your application will not be assessed.
The details of the internet transfer are as follows:
Bank Name: National Australia Bank
Account Name: Macquarie University
BSB No.: 082 241
Account No.: 50 929 4937. Please ensure to enter into the ‘reference’ field of the transfer “H110– Student ID”. This will help us identify your payment in the system.
IN PERSON AT CASHIER OFFICE: located on the ground floor of the Lincoln Building. It is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).Credit cards, EFTPOS, and cheques are accepted at the Cashier’s Office. Please clearly indicate to the staff member at the Cashier’s Office the same reference details as above “H110 – Student ID”.
Fees: Macquarie enrolment fees: students will be enrolled into a corresponding Macquarie unit, for which the usual fees (or HECS deferral) is due. Other costs: Airfare: subject to change depending on time of booking. Students should not book until they receive official acceptance from Aarhus. Accommodation: this is to be organised by the student, there are 3 options in the accommodation section. Budget according to your choice. Living expenses: amounts will vary according to personal taste and will include meals, travelling around Denmark, and social activities.
Insurance: Travel insurance: must be purchased for duration of the trip. More information will be given to successful applicants.
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Aarhus University is a prestigious public university located in Aarhus, Denmark. In most prestigious ranking lists of the world's best universities, Aarhus University is placed in the top 100.
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