News archive

  • JU students light up the Nobel Prize Museum

    JTH students. Eleven students from the Lighting Design and Lighting Technology programme at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU), illuminate the courtyard of the Nobel Prize Museum in Stockholm during the light festival Nobel Week Lights on 2-10 December.
  • JU students broadcast live for Music Aid

    This years board of Radio K. This year's Radio K Bryr Sig (RKBS) kicks off on the morning of Thursday December 7th and will last until the evening of Friday December 8th. A first for this year’s event is that it will begin at the Asecs shopping centre and will then move to campus inside the Student House at Jönköping University (JU). Students will be broadcasting in support of "No one should have to die of hunger", which is this year’s theme for Music Aid (Musikhjälpen).
  • Jönköping International Business School solidifies its position as a leading European Business School

    On 4 December, the Financial Times published its latest ranking of the top European Business Schools. Climbing another six places from last year’s ranking, to 82nd place, Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) once again affirmed its status of excellence among the top European business schools.
  • Granddaughter of Sweden's first female engineer visited VERA day

    VERA day 2023. Gunilla Resare, granddaughter of Sweden's first female engineer Vera Sandberg, visited the VERA day, which is organized by the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU), to get more girls and women interested in technology.
  • Media gathering when the Riksbank held a press conference at JU

    On Thursday 23 November, the Riksbank held a press conference on the monetary policy decision at the University Library, Jönköping University. Over 10 newsrooms with journalists from both local and national media were on site to take part in the decision regarding the policy rate.
  • Måns Svensson appointed as new President of Jönköping University

    Man i glasögon i ett bibliotek The Foundation Governing Board has decided to appoint Professor Måns Svensson as new President of Jönköping University starting 1 April 2024. Professor Svensson has previously worked as Dean of the School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences at Halmstad University.
  • Children's rights highlighted at major conference

    Daniel Grahn från Erikshjälpen inledde barnrättskonferensen Over 300 participants attended the Children's Rights Conference that took place on the Convention on the Rights of the Child Day on 20 November at Jönköping University (JU). Ombudsman for Children, Elisabeth Dahlin, was one of the speakers together with, among others, Frida Lygnegård, researcher at the School of Health and Welfare, JU.
  • International JU students invited to companies at Elmia Subcontractor

    JU-students at Elmia Subcontractor. 25 international students from Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) and five from the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) were speciellay invited to four companies at Elmia Subcontractor.“We need them and their skills,” says Jonas Bjuhr, CEO of Hydro Extrusion.
  • Ministerial visit to Jönköping University

    “Jönköping University conducts very good education and research, and offers students a lot of internships with direct links to working life. JU is a university that is good at finding its strengths and focusing on its profile areas,” said Minister for Education Mats Persson when he visited Jönköping University (JU) this week.
  • JU Solar Team was celebrated for its success in Australia

    JU Solar Team. On 10 November JU Solar Team was celebrated at the School of Engineering for their success in Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia."I feel very proud when I think of this team, says Ingrid Wadskog, Managing Director and Dean at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University (JU), who participated on the roughly 3 000 kilometer journey from Darwin in the north to Adelaide in the south.