Getting Started in Denmark

Getting Started in Denmark is an event organised by International Staff Office. It offers orientation and registration for newly arrived PhD students and researchers at Aarhus University and their accompanying family. The event is held twice a month.


Get registered in one visit

The event is held at the International Citizen Service (ICS) and provides you with important on-arrival information as well as the opportunity to get registered with the public authorities for your EU residence certificate, CPR number and NemID/MitID - all in one visit. The goal of the event is to aid you in making a smoother transition to Denmark.

Who can participate?

Getting Started in Denmark welcomes newly arrived AU employees and their spouse/partner and children. All family members must show up in person to register, and families with children are usually prioritized to be first in line.

Geographical coverage

Getting Started in Denmark takes place at the International Citizen Service (ICS) in Aarhus. The ICS in Aarhus registers employees who live in the greater Aarhus area. If you are residing outside the greater Aarhus area, feel free to contact International Staff Office at internationalstaff@au.dk and we will be happy to inform you about the procedure and who to contact.

Programme and venue practicalities

Programme

  • 08:30: Welcome and submission of requested documents to public authorities
  • 08:45: Orientation by AU International Staff Office and Aarhus Citizen Service 
  • 10:00: Registration at the public authorities*. Individual questions.

* Registration usually takes 1-4 hours depending on the waiting time at the ICS.    

Venue 

The event takes place at the International Citizen Service (ICS) located at Dokk1. 

Address:

Dokk1
Hack Kampmanns Plads 2
8000 Aarhus C  

Sign up for the event

Please note:

  • The deadline to sign up is Thursday before the event at 12 noon.
  • If the event is fully booked, we recommend you to go to the International Citizen Service to register on your own. Read more under Register on your own and see what you need to do step by step depending on your nationality.  

Autumn events in 2022

  • 2 December
  • 16 December

Sign up for the events in Autumn 2022

Spring events in 2023

  • 6 January
  • 20 January
  • 3 February
  • 17 February
  • 3 March
  • 10 March
  • 24 March
  • 14 April
  • 21 April
  • 11 May
  • 19 May
  • 2 June
  • 23 June
  • 7 July

Sign up for the events in Spring 2023

What to bring when registering

There are several documents you must submit to successfully register with the public authorities. The required forms, documents and certificates depend on your nationality.

See the page about documents to bring to get registered