News archive

  • JU-student wins silver at the Swedish National Skills Competition.


    Alexander and Saga poses with their medals On 10th–12th of May, JU-student Alexander Aronsson competed at the Swedish National Skills Competition in Växjö. After a nail-biting finish, he finished at a well-deserved second place.
  • Students to present their degree projects at Xjobbsmässan


    Xjobbsmässan at Campus Arena, Jönköping University. During Xjobbsmässan (the Xjob fair) on 3 June at Campus Arena, the final year students at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU), will present their degree projects for among others the regional business community. The fair will take place at Campus Arena and the last day to register is 27 May.
  • JU student broadcasts news in Ukrainian for refugees


    Karl Volkohon in front of the "Radio House" in Stockholm. Karl Volkohon is studying in his second and final year of the master's program Sustainable Communication at the School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University (JU). Karl is from Ukraine and came to Jönköping and JU to start his education in August 2020. Now he broadcasts Swedish news in Ukrainian to fellow Ukraines living in Sweden.
  • New lighting network had conference at Jönköping University


    Lighting conference at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. On 12 May, students, researchers and companies participated in the Light Awareness-Measurement and Application conference at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU).
  • JU students Swedish student champion in equestrian sports


    Studenter som står på en prispall och tar emot medlajer The weekend of 13-15 May, the equestrian sports Swedish Championships for Students was arranged in Uppsala. This year, two students from Jönköping University (JU) participated - and it was a success with one team gold and two individual medals.
  • Jönköping University appoints three honorary doctors


    Hat ceremony Three new honorary doctors have been appointed by JU’s President Agneta Marell. Professor B.M Golam, Christer Davidsson and Sven-Eric Stenfors will be conferred at the university’s Academic Ceremony on 8 October.
  • More than 100,000 downloads of new industrial policy book


    The research anthology "Questioning the Entrepreneurial State", with Christian Sandström, Assistant Professor at Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University, as one of two editors, has been downloaded 106,000 times in two weeks. In the anthology, several leading economists warn against the state's industrial and innovation policy – which they claim lacks scientific support and costs billions of tax dollars.
  • JU students compete in horse-riding championship


    Häst, ryttare, tävling Every year, the equestrian sports Swedish Championship for Students is arranged where a Swedish champion in dressage and show-jumping is crowned. Two students from Jönköping University (JU) will participate in this year's event.
  • Appreciated Open House at Campus Gränna


    On May 5, Jönköping University Enterprise (JUE) held an open house for the first time at Campus Gränna. The day offered sunshine, speeches, mingling, and many activities in the beautiful surroundings where the historic boarding school Grennaskolan used to be housed.
  • 40 companies gather at Jönköping University for NextStep


    The annual NextStep career fair was held on Thursday, 5 May, at Campus Arena, Jönköping University (JU). 40 companies from Sweden and overseas came to the university to meet JU students and talk about the career opportunities that await them after graduation.