Jönköping University offers a rage of services to make life easier for international students.

At our Service Center you can ask your study related questions, get certificates from Ladok, get help with directions, buy parking permits and much more. Staff at Service Center will answer your questions directly or will make sure that you get help from the right person or department at JU. Here, you will also find the JU-shop where you can buy profile products such as clothes, mugs, pens, and more.

Opening hours: See the website

Online: https://dh.ju.se/selfserviceopen/case/NewCase?language=EN&customerId=33&caseTemplateId=411

Location: Building A, floor 1

Website: ju.se/student/en/service

The International Office at Jönköping University works with internationalization aspects such as student and teacher/staff mobility, as well as other kinds of international cooperation. Staff at the International Office work closely with each of the schools supporting them in the achievement of their goals within internationalization. The International Office supports the exchange students who participate in mobility programs.

To contact the International Office: exchange.ju.se

Drop-in hours: Please visit their website

At Jönköping University there are specific study counsellors/contact persons for every programme and course.

The study counsellors at Jönköping University are bound by confidentiality to hold secret all personal information regarding students if consent has not been given by the student in question.

Website: ju.se/student/en/service/study-counselling

The Career Center is a free service for our students which aims to strengthen the opportunities of students to successfully find appropriate employment upon graduation through:

  • Meetings with representatives from professional life
  • Career guidance; including feedback on job applications and interview training
  • Activities such as lectures, courses and projects
  • Information about the labor market

Website: ju.se/student/en/career/career-center

E-mail: careercenter@ju.se

Phone: +46 (0)36-10 10 64

The JU Card is your access card to university premises, library card, and for identification at the printers/copy machines.

Information about the JU card: https://ju.se/student/en/service/ju-card.html

For students at Jönköping University computer rooms, group study rooms and open study halls are available. It is everyone’s responsibility to keep the rooms clean and tidy. Each school has its own computer facilities for students, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

You can access the buildings with your JU card from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. If you are already in the building, you can access the computer rooms 24 hours a day. Access is dependent on your studies (what course/programme).

There are several computer labs on campus, in all the schools and the library. You will receive your login information during introduction week, which will allow you to use all the computers as well as the programs on them. You can access the computer labs 24 hours a day using your JU access card.

Our student accommodation has access to the internet. On campus, all computer labs have internet access and there is also a wireless internet connection (Eduroam).

Contact Helpdesk if you have questions or problems regarding the university’s computers, network, programmes or your personal account.

Location: Building A, 3rd floor

For opening hours see the website: ju.se/it-helpdesk

The Student Health Care is available free of charge to students during their entire period of study. See the information at ju.se/student/en/service/student-health-care

There are many places of worship in Jönköping. Some conduct services in languages other than Swedish. The Chaplaincy at JU is open to all students, regardless of their beliefs. For more information, visit chaplaincy.se

The University Library offers an inspiring environment. An old foundry from the beginning of the 20th century has been transformed into a modern research library. There is plenty of space for meetings and group studies. In the library you will find literature within all subject fields related to the different study programmes at the university. Students have free access to all library services.

Opening hours:
Library and computer labs:
Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m.–8 p.m., Friday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday: 11 a.m.–3 p.m., Sunday: Closed

Computer labs, reading and group rooms: 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Keycard access.

Website: https://ju.se/library.html

When you have joined the Student Union, you have access to student discounts. The student discount card gives you discounts in certain shops, restaurants and on travel. The card is available through an app on your smartphone.

See the information about the proof of membership at the Student Union website.

Books are generally quite expensive in Sweden, paperbacks included. There are a few bookshops in Jönköping, however, it is also quite common to buy literature online, especially course books. Affordable books can be found on Adlibris.se, Bokus.se and through Amazon.

There are also Facebook groups where you can buy and sell books.

On campus you will find Campus Arena, which is the University’s own sports centre. The sports hall is used in the daytime for sports classes, large-scale lectures and events. In the evenings the Student Union’s sports association JUSA organises sports activities for its members.

Campus Arena includes a gym, with Jönköping University students and staff as its primary target group. The gym is run by Nordic Wellness, which is one of Sweden’s largest exercise chains. Nordic Wellness offers exercise in a modern environment with a view over Lake Munksjön and the very latest in group training, gym and functional training.

Jönköping University Alumni Network is a gateway to an inspirational professional online community consisting of graduates from Jönköping International Business School and the School of Engineering. As a member of this network, you can meet other alumni and stay connected to your university and expand social and professional contacts.