We're looking for two people who are fluent in both danish and english, to help us succeed in making this years Student handbook / Studenterhåndbog.

Each year Studenterrådet at Aarhus University makes a booklet, to guide the new students with tips and tricks for the best university experience. And every year the is an english translation, as well as the danish copy.  The english version is made to make sure all international students feel at home at AU and in their university life as well. We hope a lot of people will read it again this year.

More information about the Student Handbook, can be found here: https://delfinen-magasin.dk/?page_id=9157. Here you can also find a copy of the handbook from 2020.

The content for the book is almost finished, and the 5th of may we expect to have everthing ready for translation. The deadline for handin of the translation is the 25th of may, so the translation is centered around a few weeks only.

You will get:

  • The possibility of getting your work all over the university
  • Credits in the handbook
  • Practise with translation work for an NGO
  • The opportunity to meet another nice translator, whom you will work with
  • A bottle of wine, and a huge thanks!

You are

  • Danish speaking
  • English speaking
  • Avaibale to translate approx. 30 very small pages in the period 5 ht - 25th of may.


Both native danish speakers and internationals are very welcome to contact us about the job.

If your interested, please reply here in frivilligjob.

Find out more about the news magazine Delfinen at https://delfinen-magasin.dk/ and Studetnerrådet at https://sr.au.dk/.




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  • Virtual Volunteering
  • Assignmenttype: Communication and IT, Practical work
  • Workarea: Cultural activities
  • Time-limited 29.04.21 - 29.05.21
  • Organisation: Studenterrådet ved Aarhus Universitet
  • Updated: 03.05.21
  • Expires: 31.05.21