Conversation about loneliness in Corona times The pandemic can make it difficult to connect to other people. The experience of loneliness can evoke many thoughts and feelings. We are inviting you to a conversation about how you are coping with these challenging times and what matters to you.
Help shape Jönköping University Answer questions about Jönköping University, and your university experience so far, in the world’s largest student survey: The International Student Barometer. Your opinions matter!
How are you doing in times of Corona? The pandemic can make it difficult to connect to other people. The experience of loneliness can evoke many thoughts and feelings. Student Health Care and Chaplaincy invites you to a conversation the 5th of January.
Radio K -fundraising event for Musikhjälpen 2020 This year's 'Musikhjälpen' (Music Aid) event kicks off on 14 December and has as its theme "No one should be left without medical care". To support Musikhjälpen, the Student union radio station, Radio K, will broadcast live for 24 hours, during which a number of different activities will be taking place to raise money for Musikhjälpen.
New national regulations from 14 December The Public Health Agency of Sweden has announced that starting 14 December, new stricter national regulations and general advice regarding personal responsibility to prevent spread of Covid-19 will come into effect. At the same time, the previous local general guidelines will no longer be valid.