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  • JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge livestream


    On the 12 april, JU students will be solving a real-life case presented to them by IKEA in the online 24-hour innovation race JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge. The winners will be announced in a special livestream on the 14 April.
  • Corporate speed is highlighted in Corona pandemic report


    Joakim Netz, the School of Engineering. Last week, Joakim Netz, Assistant Professor Work Organisation at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU) and Mattias Axelson, researcher at Stockholm School of Economics, had a final presentation of their research project on companies' actions and driving forces during the Corona pandemic.
  • New app helps graduates find jobs in Jönköping region


    A group of graduates from Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) and the School of Engineering (JTH) have created a mobile app that will connect job-seeking students from Jönköping University (JU) with companies within the Jönköping region. The app, developed in connection with several local partners, hopes to encourage skilled students to stay and work in the region after graduation.
  • Top rating for Healthcare Administrator programme


    The Healthcare Administrator vocational programme has received the highest rating from the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education. The programme, which is run by Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University, in collaboration with Jönköping Academy and the Department of Natural Science and Biomedicine at the School of Health and Welfare, was given ‘Very High Quality’ not only as an overall rating, but also in every individual criterion in which the education was assessed.
  • Opening hours during Easter


    On Thursday 1 April, Jönköping University is open until 14:00. During the Easter weekend, the university will be closed and opens again on Tuesday 6 April.
  • Swedish universities sign collaboration agreement


    En bild på sex personer på skärmar On Friday, 26 March, the presidents of Chalmers University of Technology, University of Gothenburg, University of Borås, University of Skövde, University West and Jönköping University signed an agreement on alliance cooperation. The collaboration is called University Network of West Sweden, and the goal is to develop the quality and diversity of the parties' operations.
  • Lights out during Earth Hour


    On Saturday, 27 March, the lights on campus will be turned off for the annual Earth Hour at 20.30-21.30.
  • Four new master’s programmes at School of Engineering this autumn


    The School of Engineering (JTH). The School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) will start four new master’s programmes this fall.“What makes our master’s programmes unique is our close collaboration with the business community,” says Patrik Cannmo, Associate Dean of Education at JTH.
  • Jönköping University appoints four new honorary doctors


    The President of Jönköping University has announced the appointment of four new honorary doctors. Those to be appointed are Professor Luis Gomez-Mejia, Associate Professor Sue Waite, Professor Trish Greenhalgh and Per Jansson, owner and CEO of Comptech AB. The conferment of this year’s honorary doctors will take place on 25 September 2021 at Jönköping University’s academic ceremony.
  • Successful digital Open House


    Skärmbild från Öppet hus Due to the pandemic, this year’s Open House at Jönköping University was conducted digitally instead of on campus.
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