A new project will give students on the teaching programme the opportunity to work alongside their studies, as student teachers.
In a new thesis from Jönköping International Business School, Johnson Rukundo looks at firms in the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, to see how they can develop and improve their performance.
Impraise, a company started by alumni from both Jönköping International Business School and the School of Engineering, has raised 10.6 million dollars in capital to continue its work to replace companies’ annual development talks with a feedback app.
A new study into the violations of academic freedom in Turkey has been carried out by researchers at Jönköping University. The first of its kind, gives important insights into the plight of Turkish academics who have been banned from working in their fields and those who live in fear of dismissal.