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Content updated 2013-08-16

News

  • Students’ curiosities sated during Master Day at JU
    On 31 January and 1 February, Master Day was organized with fairs and seminars at Jönköping University’s (JU) four schools. The purpose of the day was to inform current students about the possibilities of continuing their studies at JU at one of the 26 Master programmes.
  • JIBS Team wins second place in global competition
  • Master Day
    During two days, you will have the opportunity to meet teachers, students, study advisors and programme managers at JU's master's days with a mini-fair in the entrance hall at each school.
  • Multi-factor authentication for JU accounts
    During 2023, multi-factor authentication (MFA) will be made mandatory when accessing Office 365 for all students' Jönköping University accounts. The requirement will be gradually introduced during the spring.
  • Get help finding a job in Sweden
    The Career Center at Jönköping University offers different events for students to help with finding a job in Sweden, writing your job application and nailing the job interview.
  • New students arrived at Jönköping University
    The spring semester has begun and new students have arrived at Jönköping University (JU). On January 16, the Nursing programme and the Social Work programme started at the School of Health and Welfare, as well as the Basic Science semester at the School of Engineering (JTH).
  • Congratulations to all newly graduated students
    On Friday 20 January, students who have studied nursing, social work, and specialist nursing at the School of Health and Welfare (HHJ) and School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University were examined. Congratulations!
  • New semester for Public Lectures (Offentliga föreläsningar)
    During the spring, you can listen to eight interesting lectures in the lecture series Public Lectures (Offentliga föreläsningar) at Jönköping University. The public and all interested parties can take part in these popular science lectures, completely free of charge. The first in the series takes place on Thursday 26 January. The lectures are only held in Swedish.
  • IT disruptions Sunday 22 January
    Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 22 January. Programs and files may be unavailable.
  • Future nurses and social workers ready for working life
    Friday, January 20 is graduation day at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University (JU) for the nursing and social work programmes. Several of the graduating students have already secured a job.
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