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AU Relocation Service

The Relocation Service offers personalised assistance to international researchers relocating to Denmark for a position at AU as assistant professor or above.

Who is the Relocation Service for?

You can request Relocation Service for new staff or guests that fulfil the following qualification:

  • Foreigner or Danish citizen moving to Denmark from abroad
  • Contracted to work for 3 months or longer at Aarhus University
  • Has a position at postdoc level or above

What does the Relocation Service include?

For assistant professors and above

The relocation service provides information about and assistance with all non-academic and non-contractual issues related to relocating to Denmark.

Relocation Service includes information and assistance in all five stages of the relocation process. The assistance will be adjusted to the personal needs of the employees (and accompanying family if applicable).

For more information please contact the Relocation Officers.

See an overview of the relocation process

For postdocs

Relocation service offers individual assistance to postdocs and families relocating to Denmark. 

We provide information and assistance with all non- academic and non-contractual issues related to relocating to and living in Denmark.

We offer our help with relocation, including:

  • Pre-recruitment meeting
  • Registration
  • Family
  • School and day care
  • Job search for accompanying spouses
  • Housing (Advise and suggestions)

Contact us at

Expat Partner Programme

The Expat Partner Programme provides customized career counselling to expat partners. Expat partners will be coached during the transition phase and participate in network events to support their new life in Denmark.

Read more about the Expat Partner Programme

Relocation Service Packages

The Relocation Service will be accustomed to the individual needs of the new employees and accompanying family:

  • Information about living and working in Denmark
  • Information regarding essential practical matters in Denmark e.g. Insurance, health plans, tax
  • Help with house search
  • Help for accompanying family
  • Help in case of departure


In Roskilde you can also contact the local Help Desk: Roskilde Help Desk

The Relocation Officers

Vibeke Tyrre Pedersen

Born and raised in Denmark. Master's Degree in Economics from Aarhus University and a background of 12 years as an expat in Asia and the USA.

Catrine Rumohr

Born and raised in Norway but have been living in Denmark since 2007. Catrine holds a Master’s degree in Arts from Aalborg University and has been working with global mobility for different companies since 2009.    

Vibhuti Bhushan

Born and raised in India. Bachelor in Science from Punjab University Chandigarh. Background as self-employed for over 22 years in Denmark and then as mobility assistant at Grundfos Denmark for 1 year. 


For more information please contact the Relocation Officers at

4216 / i43