How to apply

First of all, you need to contact the International Office at your home institution about going on an exchange programme. This is to ensure that your home institution has a bilateral exchange agreement with Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering (AAMS).

Provided that there is a bilateral exchange agreement with your university, your international office must nominate you by sending an e-mail to Sharon Wilkins at

If your home institution does not have an agreement with AAMS, your International Office can contact Sharon at to explore the opportunity of entering into a bilateral agreement.


Nomination and application deadlines

For the autumn semester:

Nominations from 1 March, application deadline 1 May at midday

For the spring semester:

Nominations from 1 September, application deadline 1 November at midday

Once you have been nominated, you will be contacted with instructions on what you should do.

Applicants will be notified of via email about 14 days after the application deadline.


Before you fill in our application form, please read about our accommodation options.

The following documents must be uploaded with your application:

  • An official transcript of records from your home university showing your courses and exam results so far
  • Course descriptions briefly describing the contents of the courses you have passed
  • Photograph for your student card, e.g. a jpeg-file
  • Learning Agreement signed by your university

If you have questions regarding the process, please contact Sharon.

Fill in the online application form

Please note that if you are a non-EU citizen, you must apply for a residence and work permit for students before you arrive in Denmark. We will obviously help you with this, but processing can take a couple of months!


International office