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Content updated 2013-08-16

News

  • Final reminder to help shape JU's future
    Right now, a student survey is underway at JU where we are asking students for their input. Among those who participate, we will raffle out gift vouchers (the Shopping Card in Jönköping).
  • Go for a walk with the Student Health Care
    Do you feel the need of social interaction and getting som exercise at the same time? Come along for walks with the Student Health Care at Munksjön. 
  • Reminder that only authorized persons may be on campus
    Due to the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic, only JU students and staff have access the university’s premises. When you are in JU’s premises, we ask you to be prepared to show your student-ID (JU card) to, for example, security guards.
  • Reminder to help shape Jönköping University
    Answer questions about Jönköping University (JU), and your university experience so far, in the world’s largest student survey: the International Student Barometer. Your opinions matter!
  • Register for Nextstep!
    Interested in kick-starting your career? Join the Nextstep Digital Career Fair 2021 on 2 March 2021.
  • Become a volunteer in the European Solidarity Corps
    Do you want to work as a volunteer in another European country and get all expenses paid? Listen to three volunteers about their work in Jönköping.
  • JIBS students win national thesis competition
    Niklas Koch and Sören Pongratz, both master’s graduates from Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), have won first prize in the national Nytt&Nyttig thesis awards. The subject of their thesis looked at how esports users helped innovate the Nintendo game ‘Super Smash Bros.’ The prize winners were announced in a digital ceremony on 28 January 2021.
  • Several former JU students nominated for Young Female Leader of the Year award
    Among the 20 nominees for the Young Female Leader of the Year award 2020 in Jönköping County we find eight former students from Jönköping University (JU).
  • JU academic choir looking for singers
    A new semester and new singers are welcomed to the academic choir JUVE!
  • HHJ students: Don’t miss CIM!
    Are you a student at the School of Health and Welfare and interested in international exposure, to improve your intercultural skills and increase your employability? Then CIM is for you!