Aalborg University - Esbjerg

Aalborg University - Esbjerg

The Aalborg University Board is the highest authority of Aalborg University (AAU), and the University’s Rector is responsible for the day-to-day management of AAU. The Rector is head of the executive management and delegates work tasks and responsibility to the members of the executive management.

Top reasons to study here

  • Our researchers, students and graduates are well trained in analytical, holistic and problem and solution oriented methods
  • AAU conducts research in close collaboration between staff, students and partners in the business world and in public institutions.
  • Our problem oriented approach to research, education, knowledge dissemination and collaboration makes a difference and creates change.

Bachelor's programmes

Natural Sciences & Mathematics (1)

About

History

Aalborg University is a young university with only 40 years of history. Since its establishment in 1974, AAU has been characterised by a problem-based and project-oriented teaching method (PBL) – also called the Aalborg Model, and by extensive collaboration with the surrounding society.

Education

Since Aalborg University was first established in 1974, all university programmes have been based on problem based learning (PBL). Aalborg University students work in groups applying problem oriented methods in preparing projects of a high academic standard.

The PBL-based pedagogical model of the University has become both nationally and internationally recognised by universities, researchers and students as an advanced and efficient learning model. Thus, UNESCO has placed its only Danish Chair in PBL at Aalborg University.AAU will continue to develop and adapt the Aalborg PBL Model to meet the societal and educational demands and changes. 

Research

AAU is internationally acclaimed for its excellent problem and solution oriented research, which is creating outstanding results.

Our  research is holistic; it is conducted in collaboration with business and organisational partners in our local communities, and new  insights and positions of strength are reached through the goal-oriented development of our research potentials.

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GSSA 2019

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Services

Student services

As soon as you know your date of arrival in Denmark, we encourage you to sign up for support and assistance with the registration with the public authorities. When we have received your registration, ISU will contact you and guide you through the registration process.

Housing services

Finding accommodation can often be challenging. We recommend that you start looking for a place to live as soon as possible and that you carefully consider your expectations and priorities when you search for a home.

Aalborg University's International Accommodation Office has a limited number of furnished rooms and apartments in Aalborg, which are available to our international staff for short-term rent.If you wish to apply for International Accommodation Office (IAO), you must contact the secretary/contact person in the department you will be working for at Aalborg University (AAU).

Student Life

Campus life

You can study at Aalborg University (AAU) in Aalborg, Esbjerg and Copenhagen. AAU's main campus is located in Aalborg. Learn more about accommodation, culture and sports in the cities and get an impression of the study environment on the campus areas via the links below. 

  • Aalborg: Aalborg is Denmark’s fourth biggest city and with its approximately 125,000 inhabitants, it is of a manageable size. As a student at Aalborg University, you can enjoy Aalborg’s many opportunities with regard to cultural experiences, sports and spare time activities. 
  • Esbjerg
  • Copenhagen

Sports facilities

As a student you can become a member of AAU CPH Fitness Club on campus – easy to use before or after classes and group work. It is open 24 hours a day and has new bikes, as well as cardiovascular and strength training equipment. You can also attend group fitness classes such as spinning, yoga and dancemix – everything included for only 83.25 DKK a month. 

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