Arriving and living in Aarhus
We recommend that you arrive in Aarhus at least a few days (and preferably more) before beginning your studies. This will give you time to settle in and to get acquainted with the city before starting classes.
You can ask your buddy practical questions if you can't find the answers here.
What to pack
The climate in Denmark varies but spring and summer are generally temperate or warm. Autumn and winter are windy, but the temperature during the day is rarely excessively cold although it can get below freezing. You will need warm clothing – a warm coat and waterproof shoes are advisable.
Documents and Money
- Tickets and insurance papers
- "Letter of Admission” and other relevant documents
- Money and/or credit card
- Sheets/linen and towels. The Academy provides you with a duvet and a pillow
- Adaptor for electrical appliances (220V)
Registration and CPR number
As an exchange student coming to Denmark, you will need to be registered in Denmark and get a so-called CPR number.