Students studying Pathway Programmes at Jönköping University have the privilege of living and studying in one of the most beautiful towns in Sweden - Gränna. This small community is situated 40 km north of Jönköping, on the shores of Lake Vättern.
Gränna is a picturesque location with steep cross-streets, old beautiful houses and magnificent gardens which provides its inhabitants with a clean and healthy environment with fantastic countryside close by. Gränna is well known for its peppermint candy (in Swedish called polkagrisar), the closeness to the beautiful island of Visingsö, and it’s many orchards. The town has a rich variety of restaurants and cafés.
Campus Gränna is situated in the centre of Gränna with modern teaching facilities within walking distance from student accommodation. The school is composed of several small wooden buildings, some of which date back to the 18th century. The buildings are surrounded by apple trees and climbing plants. Accommodation for students include separate rooms with shared kitchens and bathrooms. Please note that the accommodation at Campus is for students only.
The cost of the programme includes half board. Lunch and dinner are served in the restaurant on campus. Breakfast and late meals can be prepared in the student residences. Meals off campus are generally not included in the fees.
Gränna is a very safe place to live. On campus, there is an accommodation manager available during evenings and nights to help with practical matters and support a calm and safe environment for all students. There is a local health centre located close to student accommodation.
Buses depart from Gränna to Jönköping every half hour and it takes approximately 30-45 minutes to travel between the locations. Once a week, classes will be scheduled at the University in Jönköping to give students in the pathway programme the possibility of meeting other students and acquainting themselves with the city and Jönköping University campus.
Content updated 2018-03-01