Are you planning to move from your home country to come live and study in Aarhus? Perhaps, you have moved in here recently. Either way, you might feel like you could use some more useful information to help you out in this new chapter that begins for you now. So, you wonder: how nice it would be to have an Aarhus students' survival guide!
No problem! CLUSTY got you covered!
We know how overwhelming it can be to start a new life in a foreign country away from your friends, family and, well basically everything you are familiar with. We went through that process ourselves a few years ago, so we totally get you!
Let us tell you that you are on the right track. Aarhus is THE student city in Denmark. According to aarhus.dk, the city has a total of 50,000 students from which 6,000 of them are internationals, just like you!
Here, at CLUSTY.DK we have prepared the ultimate Aarhus students' survival guide where you'll find the most relevant information for all International European students like you to live and study in Aarhus worry-free!
Whether you just moved to Aarhus or are planning to move here soon, in this blog you will find all the “clusty” basics you need to know about Denmark’s second biggest city and how to enjoy and survive it as a student with a budget.
In this category you will get an honest insight from real EU students in Aarhus about how it has been for them to come live and study here as well as the possibility to contact a couple of them in case you have any specific doubts or interests about Aarhus; they will do their best to help you asap!
Hungry? In mood for a night out? Look no more. In this section you can find different options for cafes and restaurants with student-friendly prices that will satisfy your hunger. There are also listed which discos and bars are the most popular among students. And, if you feel like splurging a little, you can visit the cinema or the theatre. We will keep you updated on the latest top showings!
Here, you will find out which are the best options to visit in Aarhus so you can get all the best places and activities, within different interests, that can be enjoyed indoors and outdoors depending on your preferences… or the weather.
Internationals explaining the Danish word “Hygge”
“It’s all about enjoying the moment. When i think about hygge, i can see myself in my room, with many candles around, reading a favourite book and drinking tea.”
“For me hygge means when you are enjoying the actual moment as much as you can, when you are just chilling, relaxing and are happy.”
“It means that I can completely forget about the daily issues and problems and relax either alone or with the loved one.”