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  • Time to nominate JU’s Alumni of the Year
    Nominations are now open for this year's "Alumni of the Year" Award at Jönköping University (JU). The prizes are awarded to former students who have made outstanding contributions in their professional role or as a private person. The ceremony will take place during the week of the Academic Ceremony in October.
  • Let’s talk about life!
    Would you like to make new connections with other students and talk about the essentials of life?
  • Problems with exam registration in JU Mobile
    It is currently not possible to register for some exams via JU Mobile.
  • JU Summer School 2022
    Time to apply!
  • PRESTEP with Andra Farhad
    We welcome you to Nextstep's annual PRESTEP edition! An inspirational event focusing on today's stock market and how to earn your first million.
  • Walk and talk!
    Do you want to get to know other students and move your body? Join the Student Health Care for a walk through Jönköping together with fellow students.
  • Jönköping in top 5 of best student cities
    Jönköping has been named in a list of Sweden’s top student cities for the first time. Jönköping takes home fifth place after 1,100 prospective students had their say on what their priorities were for a place of study. Safe student housing, a variety of student associations and a vibrant city life are the factors that gave Jönköping its high ranking.
  • IT disruptions Sunday 20 February
    Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 20 February. Programs and files may be unavailable.
  • Study on gender-based vulnerability and sexual harassment in academia
    Jönköping University (JU) has participated in a study on gender-based vulnerability and sexual harassment in academia. The study was conducted at universities in Sweden in the spring of 2021 and is the first of its kind in Sweden. Approximately 39,000 employees, students, and doctoral students at 38 higher education institutions responded to the study. The result for JU, as well as for the sector,...
  • JU student competes in Olympics
    Felizia Wikner-Zienkiewicz is a third-year student on the Prosthetics and Orthotics programme at the School of Health and Welfare. She’s in China's capital Beijing, representing Sweden at the Olympics in the women’s national ice hockey team.
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