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Danes are like pineapples

Mohit Kothari (30) is a PhD student at the Department of Dentistry,

Aarhus University. He comes from India,

and has found living in Denmark – and doing research here –

to be a new and very different experience.

Focused Talent Development

At Aarhus University we are determined to attract the most talented PhD students from all over the world. By combining in-depth, cutting-edge research with interdisciplinary collaboration, we maintain a strong focus on talent development and knowledge exchange with the business sector.

Rich intellectual diversity combined with dedicated and highly qualified researchers and lecturers help our students fulfill their ambitions and meet the ever-changing demands of society. Graduates of the university’s PhD programmes find attractive employment opportunities in which they are able to make full use of their research qualifications.

International Centre

The International Centre maintains international partnerships and combines a wide range of services for exchange students, international full-degree students, PhD’s and visiting scholars.

Life in Denmark

How is life in Denmark? Coming to live and work in a foreign country is a big decision for everybody.

Born in India Mohit Kothari had many concerns when he came to study and work at Aarhus University.

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