Application and Admission
Intake Autumn 2023
Our intake for bachelor and master programmes starting Autumn 2023 is now open, from: 17 October 2022- 2 May 2023.
Pathway programmes have multiple intakes: spring, autumn and summer. More information about Pathway Programmes here.
NOTE: We recommend applying as early as possible due to the fact that programmes may fill up and close before the deadline, and processing time for residence permit applications (non-EU applicants) can be delayed.
Read more about JU admission requirements below. Visit the FAQ section for answers to common questions. If you have further questions, contact us.
Get all the information you need to know about how to apply for undergraduate programmes in the admission guide.
Get all the information you need to know about how to apply for master programmes in the admission guide.
Get all the information you need to know about how to apply for the pathway programmes in the admission guide.
In general, citizens of countries outside of the EU, EEA and Switzerland are required to pay application and tuition fees. Read more about fees.
Whether you need a visa or not to study in Sweden depends on which country you come from. Read more about Visa requirements.
All applicants are required to meet the standard English language requirements. Read more about language requirements.
Jönköping University offers a number of scholarships to bachelor and master students. Read more about scholarships and how to apply.