The department focuses particularly on attracting external research funding. However, Aarhus University, Aarhus BSS and the department also have funds that researchers can apply for.
Here you can find a list of some of the current calls.
You can also find contact information for people who can help you apply for funding.
Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond (Independent Research Fund Denmark)
European Research Council (ERC)
Danmarks Grundforskningsfond/Danish National Research Foundation
International Network Programme
ReAp is a system that is used to keep track of the external funding.
Read more about policies, salary, employment and career on the Aarhus BSS website.
Aarhus University offers a carrier development programme for junior researchers at Aarhus University - assistant professors, postdocs as well as researchers employed on tenure track.
The programme has four tracks with corresponding course catalogues where junior researchers can choose the track that suits them and their career.
Read more about the programme on the website Junior Researcher at Aarhus University.
All enquiries received by staff regarding the department’s reception of visiting scholars must be forwarded to Department Secretary Olivia Belling-Nami. She will then forward them to the relevant department or to the PhD programme committee chair for approval. The stay is contingent upon a clear academic interest in receiving and hosting a guest according to the usual guest scholar standards. The department must also appoint a contact person who is responsible for the guest in question during their stay.
When the stay is approved, Department Secretary Olivia Belling-Nami will prepare a letter of invitation, which is sent to the person concerned.
Prior to the guest’s arrival, Department Secretary Olivia Belling-Nami must be kept informed on an ongoing basis to facilitate planning regarding office allocation, computers, creating online user profiles and other practical matters.