Jönköping University realizes that there are many students and employees who are concerned and in some cases personally affected by the war, and by the human suffering in Ukraine. On this page you can find information on how JU can support you as a student or employee during this time.

Student Health

All students, regardless of nationality, who are or may become affected by the events in Ukraine can receive support from our Student Health team. Student Health offers support to students, such as individual counselling and treatment. All contact is free of charge and can be found here.

JU Chaplaincy

JU Chaplaincy offers support and provides comfort to all students regardless of faith or beliefs.
Contact details can be found here.


International Office

International students are welcome to contact the International Office should you have any practical questions or are in need of general information about the ongoing situation in Ukraine.

Contact can be made either by making a case (choose Incoming Exchange) or you can come to their drop-in times for an individual meeting. Visit the International Office web page for more details.


Study Counsellors

If you have any questions or need advice about your studies at JU, you are welcome to contact our study counsellors.


Study finances

If you are experiencing problems in paying for yourself or your studies because of the situation in Ukraine, you can contact tuition@ju.se.


Emergency information from the Swedish Authorities

To keep up with developments in Sweden and around the world, you can find the most current information from the Swedish authorities at krisinformation.se. External link, opens in new window.

Occupational Health

Employees who are affected by current events connected to the war in Ukraine and who are in need of counselling support can receive help from JU's occupational health provider. Initial contact in this case should first be made with an employee's direct manager.


JU Chaplaincy

JU Chaplaincy offers support and provides comfort to all employees regardless of faith or beliefs.
Contact details can be found here.


Information and updates

Regular updates or new information from the university are communicated via the intranet news feed, which can be found here.


IT Security

Tougher international sanctions imposed on Russia increases the risk of cyber-attacks. More information about what the threats are and how to protect yourself can be found here


Emergency information from the Swedish Authorities

To keep up with developments in Sweden and around the world, you can find the most current information from the Swedish authorities at krisinformation.se. External link, opens in new window.

Contact with Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian students

JU has contacted all students and staff who come from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus to offer their support and ensure that these individuals have a safe and secure experience on campus.