These rules apply to children born 1 August 2022 or earlier.
- AU HR's website - information, notifications and forms for employee (5+3 scheme and part B of the 4+4 scheme): Danish version - English version
- Holiday year ends during leave
If you have been prevented from taking holiday for a recognised reason, e.g. illness, maternity/paternity leave or adoption, which has lasted until expiry of the holiday period on 31 December, the first four holiday weeks will automatically be carried forward to the next holiday period.
For further information please see: Danish version - English version
- AU HR memo of 20 August 2012 on childcare days for PhD students: Danish version
The Agency for the Modernisation of Public Administration
The Ministry of Employment
- Leave and daily allowance:
- Parental leave and holliday:
For international PhD students - Life in Denmark.dk
PhD students following part A of the 4+4 scheme
- Both mother and father: up to 9 month = up to 18 SU-points
- Mother: from 2 months before and up to 12 months after (however, maximum 9 months in total)
- Single parents: can apply for 3 extra months (changing the 9 months to 12 months)
- Ministerial Order of Law on SU - The Danish students' Grants and Loans Scheme: Danish version (afsnit II)
- Ministerial Order on SU PhD scholarships: Danish version
As a 4+4 student on part A you are enrolled as a Master's student and a PhD student at the same time.
If you have any questions about your Danish student grant (SU) on your Master's degree programme please see these pages: Danish version - English version
You will not get any extra SU-points on your PhD degree programme but you will receive the same SU-points during your leave and your enrolment on part A will be extended corresponding to the maternity/paternity leave.