Semester Exchange

Each semester the Faculty of Health welcomes more than 40 international exchange students from our many partner universities. The majority of our visiting exchange students enroll in our international semester in Medicine, but we also accept student for our dental programmes as well as our summer university courses.

Exchange students are all students enrolled at universities with which the Faculty of Health have exchange agreements. Before you can apply you need to be nominated by your home university.

At faculty level, our agreements are programme specific. Exchange agreements include:

  • Nordplus
  • Erasmus+
  • Bilateral exchange

Dental Hygienist

The Dental Hygienist Programme is only open to students from partner universities. Students must apply though their home universities.

The faculty does not offer clinical rotations, internships or postgraduate clinical training.

Dentistry

Dentistry is only open to students from partner universities. Students must apply thought their home universities.

All courses are taught in Danish, but English is spoken in the clinics.

The faculty does not offer clinical rotations, internships or postgraduate clinical training.

Medicine

The medical programme is only open to students from partner universities. Students must be nominated by their home universities before they are able to apply.

The faculty offers a fully English taught semester in Gynacology-Obstetrics and Pediatrics (30 ECTS).
Read more about the International semester in Medicine

Due to limitations in the clinics, we can only accept 30 students pr. semester on the international semester Gynacology-Obstetrics and Pediatrics. We will choose students randomly and not on a first come, first served basis.

Students from partner universities who speak Danish, can apply for semester exchange at one of our Danish taught semesters.

The faculty does not offer clinical rotations, internships or postgraduate clinical training.

Sport Science

The bachelor- and master programmes in Sport Science are only open to students from partner universities. Students must apply thought their home universities.

Most courses are taught in Danish, but an increasing number of courses are being offered in English.

Spring semester

Sport and Exercise Psychology (10 ECTS) – bachelor level
Sport History and Sport Sociology (10 ECTS) – bachelor level
Modern Sport and Exercise Psychology (10 ECTS) - master level
Self-selected project assignment (10 ECTS) – master level

Autumn semester

Physiology of Strenght Training (10 ECTS) – master level
Sport and Globalization (10 ECTS) – master level
Self-selected project assignment (5 and 10 ECTS) – master level

Students from partner universities who are comfortable studying in Danish, can apply for semester exchange at one of our Danish taught semesters. 
Please use the course catalogue to search for relevant courses.

Public Health

The bachelor- and master programmes in Public Health are only open to students from partner universities. Students must apply thought their home universities.

Most courses are currently taught in Danish.

Students from partner universities who are comfortable studying in Danish, can apply for semester exchange at one of our Danish taught semesters. 
Please use the course catalogue to search for relevant courses.

Freemovers/Fee-paying students

Semester courses at the Faculty of Healt are not open to fee-paying students (freemovers). 

Freemover students are always welcome to apply for summer university courses. Please find relevant courses on the AU Summer University website.