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Call for Applications to the Falling Walls Lab Aarhus 2017

We would like to call your attention to an innovative scientific format for aspiring researchers – the Falling Walls Lab. The Lab is a platform for PhDs and PhD students from all disciplines who get the opportunity to present their research work, business model, innovative project or idea with peers and a distinguished jury from academia and business.

The Falling Walls Lab Aarhus is hosted by Aarhus University and takes place on 3 October 2017 from 16:00 to 19:00. Applications can be made through the website The Application Deadline closes by 19 September 2017

For futher information please see this and this.

Call for Applications: PhD Course 'Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy'

The Research School on Peace and Conflict invites applications for the course Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy to take place in Oslo on 20-22 September 2017

The deadline for applications is 9 June 2017

For futher information please see this

Get your message across – media training for AU researchers

How can you make sure your message gets across? Please see this page for further information.

Annual report 2016

Read more about the activities and organisation of the Graduate School, Arts in the Annual Report 2016

AU Dictionary - AU Translate

AU Communication has launched AU Dictionary, a new university terminology list. AU Dictionary can perform either Danish-English searches or English-Danish searches.

Translate from Danish to English by using AU Translate. AU Translate can be used to translate short texts.

PhD Career Counselling at Aarhus University

AU Career PhD offers career services incl. career counselling for PhD students at Aarhus University.

See this page for further information:

AU Career PhD mentor programme

AU Mentor PhD is an offer to PhD students from all four faculties at Aarhus University (Arts, Business and Social Sciences, Health and Science & Technology). The overall goal of the mentor programme is to bring you and the business community closer together in order to ease your prospective transition from university to a career outside of academia.

The mentors are primarily former PhDs from AU, who are now working outside academia.

From January 2016 the mentor programme will be running once a year with the following deadlines:  

Application deadline: August 15th


October 15th

For more information and registration, check out AU Career PhD's webpage on the mentor programme. 

Career Talks

Are you more interested in a shorter engagement, AU Career PhD also offers Career Talks, which allows you to have a one-time meeting with a PhD profile now working outside academia. For more information, click here

Perspektiver på kvalitet i ph.d.-forløb

Please find the Danish version on this page.

Doctoral supervision

Review of the handbook literature on doctoral supervision.

Søren S. E. Bengtsen, Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media, Aarhus University   

Introduction to doctoral supervision for new doctoral supervisors

Obligatory Course for new doctoral supervisors at Arts. See this page for course dates and deadlines.


This page is meant for students already enrolled in a PhD programme. Are you looking for information about application or admission to one of our PhD programmes? Please see the link below:


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PhD Courses at Graduate School of Arts

Thu 17 Aug
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Empiriværkstedet – kursus i kvalitativ metode E2017
17. august - 14. december 2017: Empiriværkstedet er et interdisciplinært forum for analyse og diskussion af kvalitative empiriske forskningsprojekter.
Mon 18 Sep
00:00-00:00 | Campus Aarhus
Advanced Research Design and Applied Data Analysis for Education and Social Science
18 September - 7 November 2017:This course aims to provide early stage PhD students with the skills to choose and apply state of the art quantitative social science research methods. The course will help to choose research designs and analysis methods which are frequently used in publications in international journals. It is primarily directed to students with the interest in a quantitative PhD-project in the early phase of their PhD studies, but is also directed to all other students who wish to improve their understanding of published quantitative social research.
Wed 27 Sep
13:00-16:00 | Studenterhusfonden Conference Center, meeting room 2, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 4, 8000 Aarhus C
The Modern Hermes
Phd Defence - Lars Frølund
Thu 28 Sep
13:30-16:30 | Room D169, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen NV
Participatory Internationalization: The Organizational Dynamics of Creating an International University in China and Denmark
PhD defence: QU Mei
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