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News

  • Temporary problem with access to webpages
    Due to problems with the certificates that guarantee the security of a website, there are currently issues with accessing certain pages and services at JU.
  • Changed opening hours for Service Center
    Due to Covid-19, the Service Center has limited opening hours for visitors. We are open as usual online and via telephone, and we are happy to assist you via those channels.
  • Studentpreneurs Live Wednesday 25 November
    StartUP Jönköping invites you to Studentpreneurs Live at Gro36 for future student entrepreneurs.
  • Information from the President
    A message from Agneta Marell, President of Jönköping University to students and staff.
  • New Student-Ladok
    As a student, you can now use the new student interface in Ladok.
  • Don't miss: Go Exchange online Fair, 18-19 November
    Go Exchange is an opportunity to be inspired and get information about the different Partner universities that Jönköping University offers! This semester the Go exchange event will be held online, spread over two days November 18th and 19th via the Go Exchange Instagram account: @goexchangeju
  • Check your personal details in Student-Ladok
    A new semester has started, and it is therefore time to make sure that your personal details in Student-Ladok are correct.
  • Sweden's carbon tax - a good idea for developing countries?
    On 3 December, Susanne Åkerfeldt, Senior Advisor at the Swedish Ministry of Finance, will give an online lecture exploring the lessons learnt from the last 26 years of carbon taxation in Sweden, and why this could work successfully across the globe.  
  • Go Exchange online Fair, 18-19 November
    Go Exchange is an opportunity to be inspired and get information about the different Partner universities that Jönköping University offers! This semester the Go exchange event will be held online, spread over two days November 18th and 19th via the Go Exchange Instagram account: @goexchangeju
  • Guest lecture: Thomas Hartwig, co-founder of King
    Thomas Hartwig, co-founder of the leading interactive entertainment company, King, has been invited by JIBS to give an online lecture about his career as an entrepreneur. 
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