Aarhus Universitet

Erasmus Scholarship Funded

About the Agreement

NMBU has both an Erasmus and a Nordplus agreement with the Faculties of Natural Sciences and Technical Sciences. The following subject areas are covered: Natural sciences, chemistry, mathematics, physics, environment, biology, food, agriculture, engineering sciences and animal sciences. Within this agreement, students can also choose to take a semester-course package within the studies:  Agro- and Food Sciences as well as Biological and Chemical Engineering (see Faculty of Technical Sciences) OR within Biologi, Molekylær Biologi, Geoscience og Arctic Studies (See Faculty of Natural Sciences).

Who Can Apply

For all agreements within the Nordplus and Erasmus network it is necessary to have attained 60 credits on your current NMBU program before commencing on an exchange study abroad.

Number of Study Places
Faculty of Technical Sciences: 1 student per year (2 per semester)
Faculty of Natural Sciences: 1 student per year (2 per semester)

Language of Teaching 

Mostly Danish at bachelor’s level, and English at master’s level.

Semester Timing

Autumn semester: September – January.
Spring semester: February - June.

Tuition Fees

Nordplus students must continue to pay for NMBU’s semester fees, plus register with NMBU whilst they are on exchange. However, it is not necessary to pay any types of fee at the partner university.


The university can offer help in finding accommodation.

Aarhus waterfront

Example Courses Students Have Taken Previously


Molecular Processes in the Cell

Physical Biochemistry

Introduction to Molecular Biology



Introductory Geology

Earth's Renewable Energy Sources


Climate Through Earth's History



Eukaryotic Research Organisms

Protein and Carbohydrate Biotechnology

Cell Biology in Health, Ageing and Disease

Molecular Biology Project

RNA Molecular Biology



Animal Diseases and Hygiene

Organic Livestock Farming

Soil Science

Agricultural Ecotoxicology




Statistical Analysis of Neuro-imaging Data

Neuroanatomy, Neurotransmission and Brain Diseases

Biofluid Mechanics

Data Science in Bioinformatics





Inorganic Chemistry II: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

Published 31. October 2016 - 17:42 - Updated 20. December 2021 - 1:26