Truly global – three international PhDs from Jönköping International Business School
The research at Jönköping International Business School is truly international in character. In December, PhD candidates from Finland, Pakistan and Rwanda defended their new theses.
Jönköping University awarded HR Excellence in Research
The EU Commission has awarded Jönköping University, as the second university in Sweden, the "HR Excellence in Research" certification. The award means the university provides a stimulating and favorable work environment with a strong commitment to implement fair and transparent recruitment and appraisal procedures for national and international teachers and researchers.
Opening hours during the holidays
During the holidays, some of the departments at JU campus have irregular opening hours. All departments are closed on 25 and 26 December and 1 January.
Structural differences affect quality of care for the elderly
What can we do to increase quality in municipal elder care? In a new thesis from Jönköping University, Dan Lundgren investigates the link between leadership, the psychosocial environment and satisfaction of those receiving care at home and in nursing homes.
33 million SEK to research that strengthens the industry
Jönköping University’s strategic research and education environment SPARK continues to develop in a positive direction. At the beginning of next year, as many as eight new projects will be started with funding from the Swedish Knowledge Foundation.
JU students exhibit chainsaw prototypes for Husqvarna Group
On Friday 7 December, students from the Product Development and Design programme exhibited chainsaw prototypes that they developed in project collaboration with Husqvarna Group.
Welcome to the traditional celebration of Saint Lucia
The School of Education and Communication invites you to this year's edition of the Swedish tradition of Saint Lucia on 12 and 13 December. Students from under the direction of Elisabet Andersson will give three concerts and will light up the darkness with candlelit singing and music.
JU becomes member of International Centre for STEM education
The School of Education and Communication at Jönköping University has become an elected member of the International Centre for STEM education (ICSE) External link, opens in new window., a consortium of 14 European universities that are collaborating to carry out research in STEM education.