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  • Nextstep career fair held for 30th year

    Logistikansvarig på Nextstep 2024. On Tuesday, February 27, the Campus Arena at Jönköping University (JU) was filled with carpets, balloons, mingle tables, stands and above all – lots of visitors. It was time for the annual career fair Nextstep, a meeting place for students and companies to discuss jobs, internships and opportunities.
  • School of Health and Welfare has most nursing students studying abroad

    Elin Elfving är sjuksköterskestudent och har valt att läsa en utbytestermin på Malta. The nursing programme at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University (JU) has the most number of students that complete part of their studies abroad and thus comes out top in this respect compared to other nursing programmes in Sweden, according to statistics from the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR). Few students in professional programmes choose to study abroad, but the School of Health and Welfare is actively working on the issue, which has produced results.
  • Nominate JU’s Alumni of the Year

    Campus Nominations are now open for this year's "Alumni of the Year" Award at JU. The prizes are awarded to former students who have made outstanding contributions in their professional roles or as private persons.
  • Per Risberg Memorial Fund Scholarship awarded to Linda Bergqvist

    The Per Risberg Memorial Fund Scholarship is awarded to someone who has made a significant contribution to strengthening collaboration and internationalization between Jönköping University (JU) and its stakeholders (industry and public organizations). The 2024 scholarship goes to Linda Bergqvist, External Relations Manager at the School of Engineering (JTH) at JU.
  • Learn more about JU’s exciting research – welcome to JU LIVE

    LU LIVE-loggan Jönköping University (JU) conducts very interesting and socially beneficial research. On four occasions this spring, starting on 29 February, you can take part in that research. JU LIVE, as the lecture series is called, is free of charge, held in the university library, and open to all interested parties.
  • Inspiring career day for HR students

    Helena Bergman On February 7, HR Inspiration Day (HRID) was arranged for the eighth year in a row at the School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University. This year's theme was "HR in practice: From studies to working life".
  • Nursing teacher receives prize for innovative lessons that keep students engaged

    Björn Erfors vid Hälsohögskolan tilldelas det pedagogiska priset. In order to recognise particularly valuable pedagogical efforts, Jönköping University (JU) has established a pedagogical prize that has been awarded since 2014. This year the prize is awarded to Björn Erfors, lecturer at the School of Health and Welfare.
  • Several JU alumni nominated for the Young Female Leader of the Year award

    All the nominees in The young female leader of the year. For the ninth year in a row, the Young Female Leader of the Year in Jönköping County will be announced. The selection process to choose the 2023 nominees is now complete. 20 women have now been selected out of 172 original nominees, several of whom are alumni from Jönköping University (JU).
  • Students reinterpret the spindle back chair at the Furniture Fair

    25 students from the School of Engineering at Jönköping University (JU) are reinterpreting the spindle back chair at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 6-10 February.“It is very difficult to reinvent the spindle back chair, but I think we have succeeded,” says the student and project manager Vesna Paun.Their chairs made an impression on, among others, the well-known architect Gert Wingårdh.
  • High schoolers welcomed at JU fair

    En av besökarna på Framtidsmässan On Tuesday 6 February, Jönköping University (JU) invited about 2,000 high school students to the Future Fair (Framtidsmässan ) in Campus Arena. The fair aims to inspire and inform young people about the future opportunities available both in Jönköping and around Sweden.