Content updated 2013-08-16


  • Changed opening hours during All-Saints’ weekend
    During the All-Saints’ weekend some of the activities on campus have altered opening hours.
  • Do what matters - a course that will help you thrive!
    Do you sometime feel stuck in your heach? Trouble concentrating on your studies and maintaining healthy relationships? Then you should join the course Do What Matters with the Student Health Care!
  • Science Park's Startup Program is Open for Applications!
    Are you passionate about tech and innovation? Science Park Jönköping has just the thing for you. They've launched the Startup Program, and it's the perfect platform to bring your tech-driven ideas to life.Applications close on November 5th.
  • Interested in working at Volvo?
    Meet Niousha Karimi, a former JIBS student who has been accepted into the Volvo Cars Global Graduate Program. Jönköping University’s Career Center is hosting a lunchtime talk with Niousha on 2 November.
  • Learn to network smarter
    Having a strong network is the key to the hidden labour market! During an hour with career advisor Edvard Danielsson, you will learn more about how to enter the hidden labour market. Monday 30 October at 16:00 on Zoom.
  • Apply for programmes starting Autumn 2024
    Applications to Bachelor and Master programmes opened on 16 October. Submit your application directly on
  • IT disruptions Sunday 15 October
    Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 15 October. Programs and files may be unavailable.
  • Elmia Subcontractor + International Talent Attraction
    Are you an international student in your final year of a Bachelor's or Master's degree program at JIBS or JTH? Or have you recently graduated and intend to live and work in the Jönköping region after graduation? Well, you're in luck!
  • Banned Books Week Sverige at the library
    The University Library stands up for freedom of expression by participating in Banned Books Week Sverige 2023. Between 9 and 15 October, questions about free speech and everyone's right to read are raised in various places in the country. We have an exhibition where you can see examples of books that are or have been banned in various parts of the world for political, religious or moral reasons.
  • 10 questions for you as a student
    On 9 October, a survey will be sent out from Student Health Care to all Jönköping University students. The survey is called "10 questions for you" and it examines JU students’ experiences with alcohol, drugs, sex, mental health, and gambling.