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  • Jönköping University receives requested teacher training

    Högskolan för lärande och kommunikation Jönköping University (JU) has received the gratifying news from the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) to obtain a degree permit for subject teachers in mathematics for upper secondary school from the autumn of 2023. A qualification that has high demand in the country's upper secondary schools, not least in the Jönköping region.
  • Opening hours on campus during the summer

    En vit byggnad och en sommaräng During the summer, irregular opening hours apply to several of the campus activities.
  • Jönköping University appoints recipients of honorary awards

    The 2022 recipients of the Per Risberg Scholarship and the Pedagogical Prize at Jönköping University (JU) have now been appointed. The Per Risberg Scholarship goes to Charlotta Mellander, and the Pedagogical Prize goes to Darko Pantelic. The awards will be handed over at the Academic Ceremony on 8 October.
  • JU students design furniture for forest hotel by Gert Wingårdh

    Lina Palmér, student at the Product Development with Furniture Design programme at JTH. Students who recently graduated from the Product Development with Furniture Design programme at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) have designed and built furniture for the Trakt Forest Hotel in Holsbybrunn outside of Vetlanda. The hotel is designed by Gert Wingårdh, famous from the TV show "Husdrömmar", and will be inaugurated on 14 June.
  • Congratulations to all 1,800 newly graduated students

    On Friday 10 June, the graduation ceremonies were held for the School of Education and Communication (HLK) and the The School of Health and Welfare (HHJ). The week before, on Friday 3 June, The School of Engineering (JTH) held its graduation ceremony and Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) on Saturday 4 June. JU congratulates all the graduates and wishes them good luck for the future!
  • Including the elderly in our digital society

    Different areas of society are transitioning from analogue to digital systems at an increasingly rapid rate. General statistics may lead to the belief that this transition is happening smoothly, even for older people. But the research gives a different picture.
  • Lots of people and good entrepreneurial spirit at Xjobbsmässan at JU

    JTH student Linnea Hellström. There were a lot of people, conversations and active networking when more than 50 students at the School of Engineering at Jönköping University (JU) exhibited their degree projects during Xjobbsmässan (Xjob fair) at Campus Arena on 3 June.