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2012.08.07 | Future students

Aarhus University once again increases intake of new students

This year, a total of 7,160 applicants have been offered a study place at Aarhus University. The university therefore expects to admit more Bachelor's degree students than ever before, including 800 new exchange students.

During negotiations for a new partnership agreement between Aarhus University, the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and University of Manitoba, Canada, the participants went on a boat ride in the fjords surrounding Nuuk on Saturday afternoon, followed by a picnic.
Rector Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen, Aarhus Universitet, Director Klaus Nygaard, Greenland Institute for Natural Resources, Nuuk, and Rector David Barnard, University of Manitoba, Canada, met Sunday 8 July to sign the partnership agreement between the three institutions. The agreement strengthens research and educational efforts in Arctic issues.

2012.07.13 | Knowledge exchange

New partnership strengthens research and education in the Arctic

Rectors and directors from Aarhus University, the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and University of Manitoba met in Nuuk 8 July to sign a partnership agreement. The agreement strengthens international research in the Arctic regions and, at the same time, draws attention to education with respect to a number of Arctic issues.

2012.07.13 | Awards

Innovative research into internal crisis communication wins international award

Researchers from the School of Business and Social Sciences at Aarhus University are the first in the world to have focused on researching the communication that takes place internally at companies in crisis situations. They have now been presented with a prestigious international award for their results.

2012.07.03 | Research

An entire army sacrificed in a bog

The meadows of Alken are thick with ancient skeletons. At least two hundred have already been unearthed - and there are many waiting to be discovered. An entire army was sacrificed around the time of the birth of Christ and laid to rest in the Alken bog. Now archaeologists and other experts are working to shed light on this dramatic event.