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  • Five day Sustainability Festival held at Jönköping University


    View over Jönköping University with a picture of the 2030 Agenda. From 27 September to 1 October, the Jönköping University Sustainability Festival is organized. This year's main theme is how higher education can play a critical role in helping the transition towards sustainable societies.
  • Alumni of the Year awarded at Jönköping University


    Campus On Wednesday 22 September, Jönköping University (JU) will present the Alumni of the Year 2021 award during a ceremony in the JU Aula. The event will also be livestreamed, which means that anyone who wants to can watch the ceremony. Mats Jackson, Executive Vice President at Jönköping University, will award prizes to the five people who will be able to call themselves 'Alumnus of the Year 2021'.
  • Award winners celebrated at JU’s Academic Ceremony


    Bild av Dag Raudberget, universitetslektor vid Tekniska Högskolan. During the Academic Ceremony on 25 September 2021, three prestigious awards will be given. The awards are handed out to people who have made significant contributions to Jönköping University in various areas.
  • Matilda Ernkrans visited JU


    On Wednesday 15 September, Matilda Ernkrans, Minister of Higher Education and Research, visited Jönköping University (JU). The purpose of the visit was to get an insight into Jönköping University's educations and research, and to meet students and union representatives.
  • Jönköping International Business School on Financial Times’ Top 100 list


    Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University is one of the world's 100 highest-rated business schools when it comes to masters programmes. That's clear after the Financial Times published its annual ranking. JIBS has secured a place on the prestigious list for the first time, in fierce global competition.
  • Suicide Prevention Day arranged at Jönköping University


    Fotografi på ett brinnande ljus On 7 September, a Suicide Prevention Day was arranged for the third time at Jönköping University (JU). The participants listened to lectures from researchers, staff from Student Health and the Fire and Rescue Service, about how they work with and are affected by suicide prevention in different ways.
  • More than 3,100 new students at Jönköping University


    New students at Jönköping University. The autumn term has begun, and on 26 August, more than 3,100 new students had registered for an education at Jönköping University (JU).
  • New research report on the health of young LGBTI persons


    Portrait image of a blond female with short hair When World Pride opened in Copenhagen on 16 August, researcher Anna Siverskog from the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University (JU), presented a new research report on young LGBTI persons health for, among others, the ministers for gender equality in the Nordic countries.
  • Apply now for Pathway Spring


    Our Pathway Programmes are designed to improve your skills and proficiency in English, mathematics or other subjects to meet the requirements for further studies at JU.
  • Elin and Ahmet combine studies with elite sports


    Man i solglasögson och kvinna framför cykel Combining elite sports with higher education, how does it work? Jönköping University (JU) is one of Sweden’s elite athlete friendly universities (EVL) and certified by the Swedish Sports Confederation. Elin Hellgren and Ahmet Rapi are two students who are successful in both their sports and their studies.