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PhD House Activity Group

Your social and academic meeting place as a PhD student and postdoc at AU

Welcome to the PhD House Activity Group!

On the following pages you will be able to find information regarding the group and its activities. You can read and sign up for the newsletter, see upcoming events, and find impressions from previous ones.

We look forward to seeing you!

We also advise you to like our Facebook Page to receive the latest updates on the events we're planning

What is PhD House Activity Group?

  • We organise events of interest to PhDs and postdocs at Aarhus University
  • Our vision is to serve as a social hub across academic disciplines
  • Learn more about the group

News

Photo: Lærdansk

2017.01.18 | PhD students, Staff

The first beginner Crash Course in Danish in 2017

Dedicated to the international staff members of Aarhus University, as well as their partners, who want to have a fast start-up in Danish.

Photo: Lærdansk

2017.01.18 | PhD students, Staff

Full Semester Course in Danish

For international staff members of Aarhus University, as well as their partners, who want to study Danish through an efficient learning process, guided by experienced teachers.

Aarhus 2017 marks Aarhus as the European Capital of Culture. The activities will focus on the theme "Rethink" and take place around the city throughout the year.

2017.01.16 | Staff, PhD students

Aarhus University partners with Aarhus 2017

Aarhus is the European Capital of Culture in 2017 and Aarhus University will collaborate on a wide range of different activities.

2017.01.10 | UIC, PhD students

Official Opening - Aarhus European Capital of Culture 2017

Check out the route for the opening procession and the information about traffic and parking in Aarhus city centre on 21 January.

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