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  • Company visits, moose safari and more for the JU Summer School students

    JU Summer School. About 20 international students are participating in the four week JU Summer School at Jönköping University, where they study strategic purchasing processes and visit several companies. They also learn about Swedish traditions and will, among other things, celebrate Midsummer.“I have waited a long time to come, and I am so happy to be here,” says JU Summer School student Mariana Leandro from Mexico.
  • Students develop new technology for Husqvarna’s Automowers

    Husqvarna Automowers. 65 Computer Engineering students at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) have developed new functions for Husqvarna Automovers."The JTH students are incredibly talented. They have with new knowledge and perspectives, and we have seen several talents among them that would be interesting for us to hire,” says Björn Mannefred, Roboticist & Software Design Manager at Husqvarna.
  • Jönköping hosts Ukrainian delegation to explore public sector modernisation

    This week, Jönköping University welcomes ten politicians and public servants from the north-eastern Ukrainian municipality of Konotop. They will spend five intensive days visiting municipal, private, and third-sector organisations to learn about the democratisation and modernisation of the public sector.
  • High spirits at graduation ceremonies

    graduation ceremonies On 5 June, the School of Health and Welfare (HHJ), Jönköping University (JU), held its graduation ceremony at Pingstkyrkan. On 7 June, the School of Education and Communication (HLK), JU, held its graduation ceremony at Elmia. In total, around 700 students attended the two ceremonies.
  • EU Minister Jessika Roswall visited JU

    There are many activities going on at Jönköping University (JU) ahead of the European elections. On Thursday 30 May, an EU debate was held at JU, and on Friday 31 May, EU Minister Jessika Roswall visited to encourage students to go and vote in the important election on 9 June.
  • Big slideshow from graduation ceremonies x 2

    Graduation ceremony. A total of 1,055 students attended the School of Engineering’s (JTH) and Jönköping International Business School's (JIBS) graduation ceremonies on 31 May and 1 June, respectively.“It feels a little surreal to finish. I did not think time would go by so fast, says Nemanja Stojanovic who has studied Architectural Engineering at JTH.
  • Students presented their thesis projects to employers

    Fair. 120 students at the School of Engineering (JTH) Jönköping University (JU) participated in the so called Xjobbsmässan at Campus Arena on 30 May. There were also many companies on site.“The School of Engineering is a great recruiting base for us and it's fun to see the students' final thesis projects,” says Mikael Siebers, HR Business Partner at Saab Training & Simulation in Huskvarna.
  • Politicians for EU debate at JU

    This week, a politics-themed afternoon was organized in the run up to the elections for the European Parliament. On 9 June, countries in Europe will make an important choice regarding Europe's future.
  • Collaboration, entrepreneurship, and research in focus at JU event

    As Jönköping University (JU) celebrates its thirtieth anniversary as an independent foundation university, Näringslivsdagen (Industry Day) was held at JU. The day aimed to highlight the strong collaboration that exists between JU and the business community in the region, and attracted almost 230 entrepreneurs who came to take part in the inspiring agenda.
  • Prospective students visited Jönköping University

    Åhörare i en aula On Saturday 25 May, Jönköping University (JU) invited prospective students to the annual PrevJU event. Nearly 400 people got a preview of the four schools, student life and the city of Jönköping.