JTH students goes on exchanges to Thailand through JTH International Campuses
Avoid street food, don't take the bus, and don't wear shorts to work. That was some of the advice that students at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU), received before their study exchange at Rangsit University and Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand.
JU students shine on the sustainability list
For the second year in a row, two former students from Jönköping University are listed as sustainability talents. Each year, the magazine “Aktuell hållbarhet” lists 33 people in Sweden, all 33 years or younger, who have made a mark in the field of sustainability. The list includes, among other things, programmers, politicians, community planners and entrepreneurs.
Digital marketing and social media at this year's Communications Day JKPG
The annual Communications Day JKPG took place last week on Wednesday 7 December. Just over 150 participants from the field of communications came along to the event where they got to take part in three interesting lectures and a lot of networking.
Jönköping International Business School recognized again as a leading European business school
Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) climbs on the Financial Times annual ranking of European Business Schools. The 2022 result is an improvement of seven places compared to last year, further confirming JIBS status as one of Europe’s leading business schools. Regarding international faculty, JIBS ranks first in Scandinavia.
JU cooperates in project to help Roma communities
The Roma people have long been subject to harassment and exclusion, not least in Romania. Jönköping University, Erikshjälpen and the Swedish Alliance Mission are working together with a social furniture enterprise in Romania. The goal is to use social innovations to help create trust, build up good structures and contribute to lasting change in Roma communities.
JTH students light up Stockholm during Nobel Week
Lighting Design students at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) have created two of the light installations that will be exhibited at the Nobel Week Lights festival in Stockholm 3-11 December.