Study board

The Study Board is a democratically elected body with equal representation of teachers and students. One teacher together with one student represents each of the five major subject areas of the institute:

  • Prehistoric Archaeology
  • Classical Archaeology
  • Ethnology
  • Greek and Latin 
  • History

According to university legislation, the board controls the organization, implementation and development of education. It forms and passes curricula, and it develops educational strategies. The Study Board deals with all applications regarding the transfer of credits, internships and other exemptions from the standard curriculum.

The Study Board normally meets on a monthly basis, and its meetings are generally open to the public.



Per Ole Rindel (Associate professor, Prehistoric Archaeology)


  • Anton Skovsgaard Christensen (Student, Ancient Greek)

Academic staff members


  • Lisa Marie Andersson (Classical Archaeology)
  • Christine  Delcomyn Dohn (Prehistoric Archaeology)
  • Jakob Pedersen Udengaard (History)
  • Sofie Lehmann Broe (Ethnology)


Observer - academic staff members


  • Amir Susic, AC student counsellor