This page gives you an overview of relevant information regarding teaching and exam activities and logging at MGMT.
Please be aware of the following rules regarding the scheduling of your teaching: Principles for the planning of teaching activities at Aarhus BSS
Be particularly aware of the following: 'The teaching takes place on Monday to Thursday from 8:00-18:00 and on Friday from 8:00-16:00. The academic staff is available for teaching in this time period, and exceptions to this due to extraordinary circumstances must always be approved for the semester in question by the head of department-.'
As a research and teaching institution, we have a zero tolerance policy towards cheating and plagiarism, and it is part of your teaching responsibilities to be vigilant about this.
Please familiarise yourself with the rules and definitions of cheating at AU and what to do if you encounter cheating at exams:
Cheating at exams
URKUND plagiarism control system
URKUND is a system for plagiarism detection in written assignments. All electronically submitted assignments in WISEflow are automatically controlled for plagiarism.
Read more about URKUND
This description of the external examiner’s role comes from the secretariat for external examiners of business administration, but the general guidelines apply to all our programmes.
At MGMT we supervise on a number of different activities.
For HA/BSc(B)/BA, CM/MSc the supervision almost exclusively takes place in the spring. In the preceding autumn, you will be contacted about your availability to supervise projects, and asked to provide key words/topics that students can use to find you.
Please be aware of the following:
More about supervision:
Head of Bachelor programmes: Christian Waldstrøm
Organisational Behaviour: Anne Bøllingtoft
Management Accounting: Morten Jakobsen
Qualitative Methods: Alice Grønhøj
Business Development with Information Systems: Bjarne Rerup Schlichter
Industrial Organisation and Strategy: René Rohrbeck
Marketing Management: Klaus Grunert
Philosophy of Science: Carsten Bergenholtz
Oecon/Soc: Ann-Kristina Løkke Møller
BAMMC: Anne Ellerup Nielsen
Head of Master programmes: Morten Rask
Management Accounting and Control: Morten Jakobsen
Information Management: Per Svejvig
Innovation Management: Helle Alsted Søndergaard
International Business: Ingo Kleindienst
IT, Communication and Organisation: Sune Dueholm Müller
MACC: Sophie Esmann Andersen
Marketing: Jessica Aschemann-Witzel
Oecon/Soc: Ann-Kristina Løkke Møller
Strategy, Organisation and Leadership: Mona Toft Madsen
HD Head of studies: Søren Erik Nielsen
Course responsibles HD Part 1
Forhandlingsteknik: Mona Toft Madsen
IT-implementering i et forretningsmæssigt perspektiv: Søren Erik Nielsen
Ledelse af teams: Mona Toft Madsen
Course coordinators HD Part 2
HD (A): Hanne Kragh
HD (O): Henrik B. Sørensen
All logging is done here: www.excelsior.nu. All VIPs are responsible for keeping their Excelsior data as updated as possible, both as a reasonably precise budget for the current/next year, and to ensure the correctness of the registrations for past years.
If you need an introduction or further assistance, please contact Anne Nisker Toppenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Norms for teaching
Here is an overview of all teaching norms including compound norms and capacity reductions:
Category and hours/year
Professors and associate professors: 840
Assistant professors/internally funded postdocs/5 year PhD students: 840
PhD students (over three years): 840 Internally funded
Research assistants: by agreement with head of section
Deficits and surplus
All teaching deficit and surplus is transferred to the following year’s budget. Large year-on-year deficits or surplus is not necessarily a problem as there might be good reasons for them (e.g. saving for sabbatical). However, teachers whose budgets show a continuing deficit or surplus should contact the heads of programme and/or their head of section to find a solution.
Those who wish to take on teaching or supervision at other BSS departments or AU faculties, and who want to have their workload included in their annual norm and logged in Excelsior, must obtain the department’s pre-approval before entering into an agreement. The heads of programme assess whether there are non-allocated teaching activities, which it would be more advantageous to have the teacher cover before teaching at other departments or faculties. Send your request to Morten Rask (email@example.com).
All teaching at executive programmes is currently (2017) registered separately and paid out as long as all regular teaching obligations are met. From next year (1 February 2018) all executive teaching is treated the same way as all other teaching, e.g. registrered in Excelsior.
Teaching activities outside AU are not included in the annual norm and consequently are not registered into Excelsior. The teacher must negotiate payment with the institution him/herself. Please familiarise yourself with the AU Staff Policy on other paid employment: Staff Policy
For activities with the purpose of branding AU to potential new students and similar activities, please consult with the relevant programme responsible.