Content updated 2013-08-16


  • Study skills – Get the most out of your studies
    Maybe you have just finished your first exam and need some help with your study skills? Or do you just want to get tips and ideas how to be more efficient in your planning and study techniques? The do not miss this lecture!
  • Changed opening hours during All-Saints’ weekend
    During the All-Saints’ weekend some of the activities on campus have altered opening hours.
  • Welcome to join a sustainability workshop
    Welcome to join a sustainability workshop on the 16th of Nov. The starting point is “Stockholm 50+” - the 50th anniversary of the UN's first environmental conference that took place in Stockholm in 1972.
  • Finding career success in Sweden
    Career Center invites all international students want to find career success in Sweden and “crack the Swedish code" to this inspirational lecture!
  • The lecture rooms in the library closing due to littering
    The library's lecture rooms have been open for students to use as study rooms. As of 22 October, the rooms will be temporarily closed due to food stains and litter.
  • IT disruptions Sunday 16 October
    Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 16 October. Programs and files may be unavailable. Printing will also be affected to a large extent.
  • Exchange Mingle
    Welcome to mingle and meet other exchange students and staff from International Office on October 18 at the HLK entrance.
  • Collaboration and dialogue for students in Råslätt
    Collaboration was in focus when Student Health Care and the Accommodation Office at Jönköping University met students who live at Råslätt on 3 October. Vätterhem and the area police also participated in the meeting.
  • LinkedIn Masterclass with Linus Zackrisson
    Do you want to improve your LinkedIn networking skills? Do not miss the LinkedIn Masterclass October 13th!
  • Don't miss open lectures on campus
    Thursday 6 October and Friday 7 October, Jönköping University's newly installed professors and honorary doctors will give public lectures. Don't miss it!