News archive

  • Politicians for EU debate at JU

    This week, a politics-themed afternoon was organized in the run up to the elections for the European Parliament. On 9 June, countries in Europe will make an important choice regarding Europe's future.
  • Collaboration, entrepreneurship, and research in focus at JU event

    As Jönköping University (JU) celebrates its thirtieth anniversary as an independent foundation university, Näringslivsdagen (Industry Day) was held at JU. The day aimed to highlight the strong collaboration that exists between JU and the business community in the region, and attracted almost 230 entrepreneurs who came to take part in the inspiring agenda.
  • Prospective students visited Jönköping University

    Åhörare i en aula On Saturday 25 May, Jönköping University (JU) invited prospective students to the annual PrevJU event. Nearly 400 people got a preview of the four schools, student life and the city of Jönköping.
  • Navigating the Swedish pension system

    How is the Swedish pension system doing, and what is the best way for savers to navigate the opportunities and alternative solutions? Johannes Hagen, Associate Professor of Economics at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Jönköping University, is an expert on the Swedish pension system. Together with Staffan Ström, pension economist at the occupational pension company Alecta, he concluded this year's JU LIVE series.
  • Latest AI findings presented at international conference at JU

    Tekniska Högskolan vid Jönköping University. On 10-11 June, the 14th Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SCAI) will be held at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU). This year's theme is "AI for a better society". The conference brings together researchers and practitioners within AI, who present their latest findings and discuss future opportunities for AI.
  • Jönköping University climbs in ranking for young universities

    Times Higher Education has released their 2024 ranking of the best young universities in the world. Jönköping University (JU) is ranked 168th, an improvement of over 30 places since 2023.
  • JTH students on the Industry Trip

    A group of JTH students are standing and watching a forklift. The Industry Trip (Industriresan) is organized every year in collaboration with the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University, Campus Värnamo, and Business Gnosjöregionen where students visit a few companies in the Gnosjö region over two days.

    “It feels great to go on a trip like this, and to have a change of environment. It's also exciting to come here and see these big companies,” says Alma Jonsson, who is studying to become a civil engineer at JTH.

  • Formal and Festive at the Academic Ceremony

    On Saturday, May 4, Jönköping University's (JU) Academic Ceremony was held with the inauguration of full professors and the conferment of PhDs at the culture hall, Spira. This year, JU's new president, Måns Svensson, was also installed.
  • Increased interest for Higher Vocational Education at JU

    Jönköping University from above. The number of applications to the Higher Vocational Education (HVE) programmes at Jönköping University (JU) have increased by 18 percent.“It indicates that we have succeeded in creating attractive programmes that are adapted to meet the specific skills needs in the business world,” says Mats Kihlman, Head of Department for Vocational education at the School of Engineering (JTH) at JU.
  • JU celebrates 30 years

    Campus uppifrån med 30-års loggan This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of Jönköping University (JU) becoming one of the country's three foundation universities. This anniversary is being celebrated in various ways, started with the spring celebration or “valborgsmässofirandet”.