Outgoing exchange

Jönköping University is one of the top universities in Sweden when it comes to international student exchange and among the best in Sweden in terms of attracting international students! In a global atmosphere where different cultures, languages ​​and nationalities meet, you will learn new things about yourself and the world.

As a student you also have the opportunity to study at one of our partner universities or do your internship or thesis at a company or organization abroad. If you want to discover the world while you are studying, you’ve come to the right place!

Become an exchange student

Studying abroad provides invaluable experiences and makes you attractive when pursuing your career. When you experience a different culture and at the same time study in another county, you will gain unique qualifications and new viewpoints.

Benefits of studying at our partner universities

  • You do not have to pay the high tuition fees at our partner universities
  • JU already has established contacts with many universities around the world
  • The credits you earn will become part of your degree
  • Simple application procedure
  • Our partner universities arrange accommodation for you

International at JU

As a student at Jönköping University, you have good opportunities to venture out into the world, but even here at home you meet other cultures.

This year we have more international students than ever before. They come from 75 different countries and about 700 of them are students from countries outside Europe. Jönköping University is one of the leading institutions in Sweden, when it comes to international student exchange. Here, you will meet people from all over the world. You will share lectures and coffee breaks, thoughts and ideas.

The multicultural study environment makes our education attractive to students, and, in turn, our students are attractive on the labour market - both in Sweden and around the world.

Where do our international students come from?

Content updated 2019-08-16

Education
Content updated 2019-04-16
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