News archive

  • JU not giving up on dental education

    Tandläkarsituation On 26 June, the Swedish government announced their decision to reject the application to award a dental degree at Jönköping University (JU). The ambition is to submit a new application, and JU has already started that process.
  • Salem Seifeddine appointed Executive Vice President

    Salem Seifeddine Professor Salem Seifeddine, Associate Dean of Research at the School of Engineering at Jönköping University (JU), has been appointed as the new Executive Vice President at JU and will take up the post on 1 October 2023.
  • First Master of Science in Engineering graduates from JU hit the job market

    Petter Ydrestrand, JTH alumna. The first Master of Science in Engineering graduates from the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) have now stepped out into the job market.“We are always looking for new talent and these gradutaes are very interesting to us,” says Christer Hilton, Manager of Mechanical Design Robotics Residential at Husqvarna.
  • Women's shelters take course on vulnerability of older people to violence in close relationships

    Kvinnojour This week, the Institute of Gerontology at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University is organising a course for approximately ten women's shelters in Sweden. The professional development course is about older people's vulnerability to violence in close relationships. This is the first time the course is held at the School of Health and Welfare.
  • Euphoria when 1,840 students graduated from JU

    Students from the back and the crowd. About 1,840 students have recently graduated from Jönköping University’s four schools.
    “It feels almost surreal to finally graduate,” says Sebastian Istiphan.

  • JU recruits new President

    Agneta Marell For family reasons, Agneta Marell, President of Jönköping University, is leaving her position before the end of her appointment. She plans to remain in the post until a new successor is in place.
  • Jönköping University at Almedalen

    Developing, attractive, edgy, and dynamic – Jönköping County is an expansive region with bright prospects and a healthy dose of self-confidence. But it is also a region with great needs. This will be highlighted during this year's Almedal Week, where actors from Jönköping County will, for the third year running, build a common meeting place and arena for exciting conversations, inspiration, and debate.
  • Master's students from JU received diplomas in the Blue Hall

    Två kvinnor framför en skärm i blå hallen Every year, the Swedish Institute (SI) organises a diploma ceremony for scholarship holders of the Global Professional Scholarship programme. On 27 May this year, 310 scholars from 41 countries received a diploma to mark the completion of their studies in Sweden. Two master's students from Jönköping University (JU) participated in the ceremony in the Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall.
  • Xjobbsmässan - "Great to see the students' enthusiasm"

    Student at Xjobbsmässan. About 340 people visited the fair Xjobbsmässan at Campus Arena, where the graduating students at the School of Engineering at Jönköping University exhibited their thesis work on 1 June."It is great to see the enthusiasm that the students show," says Stefan Wärn, Head of Product Portfolio Management at Saab Security and Defense Systems.