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  • Logistics in focus at conference - "My expectations were exceeded"

    Konferens vid Jönköping University. Around 190 people came to the Plan conference on logistics at Jönköping University (JU) on 25-26 April.“I had high expectations for this year's conference because we put together a great program. But in actual fact, my expectations were exceeded,” says Christina Broms, chairman of the competence network Plan, which organized the conference together with the School of Engineering (JTH) at JU.
  • Success for Spring Inspiration Fashion Show

    On Saturday, 22 April, one of the largest annual student events was held in Jönköping, the Spring Inspiration Fashion Show. The show is Scandinavia's largest student-run fashion show. It is organized by students within Jönköping International Business School's (JIBS) student association and involves students from the other schools at Jönköping University (JU) as well.
  • Spring celebration at JU

    Welcome to celebrate springtime with Jönköping University (JU). For the first time ever, the celebrations will be held in Hälsoparken and in collaboration with the Student Union.
  • JU alumnus named as Preschool ‘powerhouse’

    Malin Gummesson at the award ceremony with a diploma and flowers in her hands. At the end of March, the Preschool Days event was held at Älvsjömässan in Stockholm. The event is a series of skills-development days for Sweden's pre-school principals and teachers. On the Preschool Days, the ‘Årets förskolekraft’ (Preschool ‘powerhouse’) award is given out, which this year went to Malin Gummesson, an alumnus of the preschool teacher program at the School of Education and Communication(HLK) at Jönköping University (JU).
  • They won SPARK Award at crowded conference

    SPARK conference at Jönköping University. About 100 people came to the SPARK conference at Jönköping University on 20 April, which is a platform where researchers and teachers meet the business life. The research project Reacts was awarded the SPARK Award.“It’s great to win, of course,” says Johan Karltun, project manager for Reacts.
  • Students win with best idea for a future concept

    Wednesday, 19 April, was the big day for the Grand Final in the prestigious competition JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge 2023 at Jönköping University. An annual competition where students get the challenge of solving a real business case in 24 hours. This year Husqvarna provided the challenge - to craft a future concept of Husqvarna AutoMower to meet the demands and expectations of Gen Z. The prize pool was SEK 130,000, donated by the Aktiestinsen Foundation.
  • More first-hand applicants to Jönköping University

    Students The most popular programmes for the autumn semester at Jönköping University (JU), with the most first-hand applicants, are social work, nursing, and civilekonom . This is according to figures from the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) after the national spring admission round closed at midnight on Monday 17 April. The number of first-hand applicants to Jönköping University increased slightly this year. A total of 6,398 have chosen JU as their first-hand choice, an increase of 2 %.
  • When outdoors become the new indoors

    Skylt som hänvisar till skolskogen At Attarpsskolan in Bankeryd, just outside Jönköping, students in pre-school class year 3 have outdoor lessons together with Linus Ögren, who is a after-school and outdoor educator. Students who are studying to become primary teachers with a focus on after-school care at the School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University (JU), will participate by planning and implementing outdoor education during the spring.
  • Civil engineer students met the local industry

    Company in the Gnosjö region. The School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU), Campus Värnamo and the Business Gnosjö region every year organise the Industry trip (Industriresan) where civil engineering students from JTH visit a number of companies in the Gnosjö region."It was rewarding to actually see the manufacturing at different companies, says Daniel Pilarp, ​one of the approximately 30 students who participated in the Industry trip.
  • JU students on exchange in Bangkok: "Incredibly enriching"

    Exchange students in Thailand. About ten students from the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) are doing their exchange semester at JTH's partner universities in Bangkok this spring. Many of them have combined their studies with an internship or by doing their thesis at one of JTH’s many partner companies in Bangkok.