As a PhD student at Arts, there are a number of rules and regulations that you should familiarise yourself with. In particular, you should read the rules and regulations that apply to PhD students at the Graduate School, Arts. Please note that Danish rules and regulations are legally binding, while English rules and regulations are for ease of reference.
Research is the foundation for all activities at Aarhus University. Therefore, we must strive to ensure the reliability and integrity of our research. This entails that everyone who conducts research at Aarhus University must act in accordance with the basic principles that constitute the foundation for all research intergrity.
Aarhus University works to ensure that research is conducted responsibly and to safeguard the freedom of research of the university and the individual researcher in different ways.
Aarhus University's policy for responsible conduct of research and code of practice to ensure scientific integrity and responsible conduct of research:
The graduate school does not extend the enrolment or employment for any leave of absence held without prior written consent from the graduate school.
Travelling as a PhD student: English version
What happens in case of an accident where a person is injured or laboratory equipment or other facilities are damaged. Who is responsible, and who will bear the financial risk? For further information please see: https://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/administration/hr/recruitment-and-employment/insurance/insurance
Danish social security
As an employee of Aarhus University, you are covered by the Danish social security system. The social security systems includes the right to receive hospital treatment and access to a pension, unemployment benefits, family benefits and child allowances. In Denmark, social security is financed through taxation.
For further information please see https://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/administration/hr/recruitment-and-employment/translate-to-english-dansk-social-sikring
International social security
International social security rules determine which country's rules apply. International social security rules are therefore rules concerning choice of law. The choice of law does not determine whether a person is entitled to social security. This is decided by national legislation.
For further information please see https://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/administration/hr/recruitment-and-employment/international-social-security