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University International Club (UIC)

Welcome to the UIC! 

  • A community for AU's international academic staff and accompanying family members.

Upcoming events

Thu 23 Jan
17:00-19:00 | Trøjborgvej 82 – 84, 8000 Aarhus, Bld. 1912 Room 114 8000 Aarhus C
Exploring a Danish tradition: Birthday Party
An interactive workshop about round birthdays, flags, layer cakes, the ‘cake-man’ and more
Thu 30 Jan
16:00-18:00 | Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2, 8000 Aarhus, Bld. 1423 (Studenterhus)
FYRAFTEN: 60 minutes behind research
A unique interdisciplinary network for researchers at AU. Join, socialize and discuss, in an informal setting, different research fields at AU.
Thu 06 Feb
12:00-13:00 | Victor Albecks Vej 1, 8000 Aarhus, Bld. 1360. The Danish Royal Library (Canteen)
International Lunch
Break the routine and enjoy your lunch in the company of other internationals at Aarhus University, at one of the most stunning places on campus, the Danish Royal Library.

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UIC Spring Programme 2020

What is the UIC?

The UIC is a club at Aarhus University for international academic staff as well as their families and friends. In this international community, internationals and Danes meet for both social and professional networking. The UIC assists newcomers settle in Aarhus, as new friendships make a good start when being new in a city.

  • We offer social, cultural and HR-related topics in various formats including seminars, excursions and workshops. Details of these activities can be found in our programme
  • Additional actitivities offered by the UIC include an international Playgroup, Language Exchange, and Nights' Out
  • Watch the video above and visit our About UIC page to find out more about our community of internationals

The University International Club offers a year-round calendar of events that promotes knowledge sharing and networking among its members, while providing newcomers with useful information for a quick and smooth adaptation into Aarhus and the Danish society. 

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