News archive

  • Successful work in Rwanda and Ethiopia continues

    Higher education is seen as crucial for Africa’s growth and poverty reduction. However, African countries lack qualified domestic university teachers. To improve this situation, Jönköping International Business School has collaborative PhD and MSc programs with Addis Ababa University and University of Rwanda.
  • JU Solar Team arrived in Adelaide!

    Friday morning, after a 50 hour and 36 minutes long race, JU Solar Team crossed the finish line in Adelaide.
  • awarded Best public/non-commercial website!

    On October 20, the new web for Jönköping University ( was awarded Guldhanden in the category Best public/non-commercial website.
  • Culture on Campus: Autumn concert

    You are welcome to the HJ auditorium Wednesday 21 October, to listen to a grandiose concert with Nordic music played by Jönköping Philharmonic Society.
  • JIBS Assistant Professor rewarded with CEEMAN Champion Award

    The JIBS Assistant Professor Marcela Ramirez-Pasillas is the first International (Mexican) researcher from the first Swedish university ever to be rewarded with the CEEMAN Champion Award, in the category Responsible Management Education.

  • New catalogue for programmes in English

    The catalogue for undergraduate and graduate programmes 2016 at Jönköping University is now available.
  • New book on the global aviation industry

    The aviation and airline industry is one of the largest, most advanced and complex in the world. A newly released book gives us several completely new perspectives on the aviation industry.
  • JU Professor new addition to the SBU Scientific Council

    Arne Gerdner, a professor of social work at Jönköping University School of Health and Welfare, has been appointed to serve on one of the two scientific councils that support the Swedish Agency for Health Tecnology Assesment and Assesment of Social Services.
  • Researchers' Night

    Depression, police back pains and product development were some of the exciting topics about 800 visitors learned about during Researchers' Night, September 25, 2015.
  • JIBS alumnus new CEO of Ralph Lauren

    Stefan Larsson, former student at Jönköping International Business School, will take over as CEO of the fashion empire Ralph Lauren.