Develop your academic and applied knowledge, experience an international environment and learn about the Swedish culture through a rich programme of cultural and social activities. The JU Summer School is taught in English.

Course offered in 2024

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3 June - 28 June, 2024


Undergraduate level course

Students applying to the summer school are recommended to participate in the whole programme. The programme includes pick-up service, accommodation, welcome lunch and farewell dinner, company visits, as well as social and cultural activities.

Prerequisites and language requirments

  • 60 ECTS credits first cycle/undergraduate/bachelor courses in industrial engineering or business administration or computer information systems or equivalent.
  • Fluency in English: The home university guarantees a student's fluency in English.
    Read more about the language requirements here: language requirements.

Social and cultural activities

The social and cultural activities package includes a trip to one of Sweden’s best-preserved castles from the 16th century in Vadstena, a trip to Gränna; a charming city where traditional Swedish peppermint candy canes are handmade, a visit to the ruins of Brahehus Castle, after-school activities, a Swedish Midsummer celebration and much more!

Pick-up service and Introduction

We offer a local pick-up service to those students who choose to stay in JU accommodation during their time at JU Summer School. The pick-up service will run on Saturday 1 of June. As part of this service, you will be collected by a member of JU staff from the meeting point 'Pressbyrån' in Jönköping Resecentrum (train station), every hour between 12:00 noon - 18:00. Staff will provide you with your keys and transport you to your accommodation.