Orientation Days

Save the dates: 20, 22 and 23 August 2019

Orientation days are a perfect opportunity for all new international students at Business Academy Aarhus to meet and make new friends across the different programmes.

Here are just some reasons why you should attend:

  • Get all the important information in one place concerning residency and CPR number (Danish ID), an introduction to Aarhus, SU – Danish scholarship, tips on how to find a job, and much more...
  • Build your network from the beginning, making your transition to Denmark and the Academy much easier
  • It is the first chance to meet your classmates and other new international students
  • Participation at the fair is free with lunch and a drink in our basement bar included
  • Show how brainy you are and win cinema tickets in our quiz about Aarhus
  • And most importantly - Have fun!

Programme of the days

We strongly recommend that you participate so that you get all the most important information directly from us, so that your start in Denmark and at the Academy is a great one!

Tuesday 20 August 2019
09:00-13:00 We have arranged for incoming EU/EAA students to get their residency permit before the official semester begins.
Get more information here
Thursday 22 August 2019
 11:45 Arrival for the fair
 12:30 Welcome video
 12:35 Welcome by host
 12:45 Welcome by pro-rector/head of international office
 12:55 Study counselling
 13:05 Practicalities
 13:20 Introduction to the fair
 13:45 Visit stands 1-4
 15:45 Break
 18:00 End of the fair. Winners of the competition. Drink tickets
Friday 23 August room AS.03
10:00 - 13:00 Citizens' Services will be coming to Business Academy Aarhus so that you can get your personal identification number, which is known as a CPR number in Denmark. 
Get more information here

Thanks to the orientation day I got an opportunity to know my fellow students, which was extremely important when I moved to Denmark alone. Additionally the orientation day is the perfect occasion to hear about the methods of teaching at the Academy, as well as practical stuff like how and when to apply for your CPR. If it hadn't been for the intro day I would probably got lost on my first ‘real’ school day.

— Weronika Chojczak, Marketing Management