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  • Agneta Marell bid farewell after seven years as President of JU

    Today is Agneta Marell’s last day as President of Jönköping University (JU). At her farewell ceremony yesterday, many people wanted to thank her for her fine and important efforts during the seven years she has been President and wish her good luck in the future.
  • "Equality is important for all people"

    Focusing on diversity, equality, and inclusion, MMTC (the Media, Management and Transformation Centre) arranged a conference where the participants were inspired by thought-provoking discussions and innovative ideas on the journey towards a more inclusive society. The event was held on Tuesday 26 March at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University (JU).
  • "I look back on my time with pride and gratitude"

    Agneta Marell Agneta Marell is now in her last week as President of Jönköping University (JU).
  • American politics on the agenda

    Amerikanska flaggan och parlamentsbyggnad A brand new course will start this autumn at the School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University (JU). Students will learn about American politics and gain a deepened knowledge of the electoral system, the party system and the various symbolic issues that are increasingly important in American elections. (The course will be held in Swedish only).
  • Great interest in the new Cybersecurity programme

    There is great interest and high application pressure for the one-year master's programme Cybersecurity at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU), which starts this fall.“It will put you in a really positive position on the labor market,” says Patrik Cannmo, Associate Dean of Education at JTH.
  • More people can train as nurses in Jönköping County

    From the autumn term 2024, it will once again be possible to apply for the nursing programme in Värnamo and Eksjö. There is a major shortage of nurses in the southern and eastern parts of Jönköping County. In collaboration with Region Jönköping County (RJL), Municipal Development , Värnamo municipality and Eksjö municipality, the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University (JU) is making a major investment so that more people can train for the profession.
  • Good and equal care for elderly deaf people

    Föreläsarna på JU Live The lecture series JU LIVE highlights current research at Jönköping University. On 21 March, Yashar Mahmud, postdoctoral fellow at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University, presented together with Åsa Gustavsson, project manager at Jönköpings Läns Dövas och Teckenspråkigas förbund, about a unique project that improves care for elderly deaf people.
  • About 2,000 visitors at Open House

    Open house, JTH. About 2,000 visitors came to the Open House at Jönköping University (JU) on 16 March.
    "JU and JIBS feel like an obvious choice for me with my background. The international focus suits me perfectly," says Juan Gonzaloz, originally from Mexico but who has been living in Jönköping for a few years.

  • Annie Lööf appointed new Board member to the Jönköping University Foundation

    The Swedish Government has today appointed Annie Lööf as a new Board member of the Jönköping University Foundation Governing Board. Annie Lööf, former party leader, Minister for Enterprise, and Member of Parliament for Jönköping County, will be a great asset in the board work. The term of office is from 1 April this year to 30 April 2025.
  • Nursing programme meets quality standards according to UKÄ

    The Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) has conducted a thematic evaluation of the nursing programme at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University. Many actions that are both reasonable and appropriate have been implemented to strengthen, develop and quality assure the nursing programme, reads UKÄ's statement.