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  • Approximately SEK 100 million for 13 Higher Vocational educations at JU

    Campus, Jönköping University. The Higher Vocational Education at Jönköping University (JU) has been granted approximately SEK 100 million to start 13 educational programmes this autumn. The decision was announced by the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education (HVE) on Tuesday 19 January.
  • SEK 66,6 million in research and education grants to JU

    Jönköping University. The Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen) grants SEK 66.6 million to the research and educational environment SPARK at Jönköping University (JU).
    “We are incredibly happy for the Knowledge Foundation's support,” says Mats Jackson, Executive Vice President at JU and programme manager for SPARK.
  • JU Vocal Ensemble wishes all a Merry Christmas on Swedish television

    En kör på en skärm i en studio Jönköping University's own vocal ensemble, JUVE, has been invited to participate as a “home choir” on Swedish television (SVT) before the Christmas holidays. For three days you can listen to and watch the choir from the comfort of your TV sofa.
  • Agneta Marell reappointed as President of Jönköping University

    Agneta Marell Agneta Marell started as President of Jönköping University in October 2017, and the current appointment as President reaches until 30 September 2021. In June 2020, the Foundation Governing Board of the Foundation decided on a re-appointment process.
  • Celebrating 10 years of policy-relevant research

    The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics (CEnSE) at Jönköping International Business School is celebrating its 10th anniversary in December 2020.“Over the past 10 years we’ve managed to make an impact both in Sweden and beyond, with relevant research findings that inform policy-making processes,” says CEnSE Director, Johan Klaesson.
  • Support for Swedish-Iranian researcher Ahmadreza Djalali

    Together with other higher education institutions in Sweden, Jönköping University supports demands for the immediate release of Ahmadreza Djalali, former KI researcher and Swedish citizen, from prison in Iran.
  • JU highlights the issue with domestic violence during Orange Day 2020

    Porträtt på Nina Åkerlund Orange Day is an initiative by the UN, also called the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and is highlighted annually on 25 November. A number of Jönköping University’s programmes include education on how to detect domestic violence, and research is also carried out on this subject.
  • JU-research aims to reduce the spread of the covid-19 pandemic

    Anders Arvidsson, som jobbar på Tekniska Högskolan i Jönköping. Vinnova contributes SEK 995,000 to the research project Crowd Mapper at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU).Crowd Mapper aims to reduce the spread of the covid-19 pandemic and is developed in collaboration with the Jönköping company ROL Ergo.
  • Success for JU Sustainability Festival

    This year Jönköping University Sustainability Festival (JUSF) was held digitally due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that did not stop it being a great success.- We did it again, says Guénola Nonet, chairperson of the JU Sustainability Network.
  • A unique education introduces new profession in Sweden

    Närbild på sportskor vid en gångväg Pedorthist (in Swedish: Fotortist) is a brand new vocational education starting this spring at Jönköping University. The education is conducted as a distance programme and introduces Pedorthist as a professional role in Sweden.
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