News archive

  • Great interest in new dental education


    Three representatives of the dental initiative. On Monday 24 January, local politicians, regional councilors, and other stakeholders attended a digital information meeting on Jönköping University's application for dental education and the vision of a dental centre. The meeting was organised by Jönköping University, Region Jönköping County and Linköping University.
  • New semester for Public Lectures (Offentliga föreläsningar)


    Bild på campus. During the spring, you can listen to eight interesting lectures in the lecture series Public Lectures (Offentliga föreläsningar) at Jönköping University. The public and all interested parties can take part in these popular science lectures, which focus on inclusion this spring, completely free of charge. The first in the series takes place already on Thursday 27 January. The lectures are only held in Swedish.
  • Two JU students listed among Sweden’s most influential sustainability profiles


    Every year, the Swedish Journal “Aktuell Hållbarhet” lists the most influential young talents under the age of 33 that, in one way or another, have already made an imprint in the area of sustainability. The list contains activists, lawyers, researchers, engineers and others. Two of the talents on the latest list, presented at the beginning of December 2021, are students from the Sustainable Enterprise Development programme at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS).
  • Congratulations to all newly graduated students!


    On Friday 21 January, graduates from the Nursing, Social work and Specialist Nursing programmes at The School of Health and Welfare, and students from the Preschool Teacher Education programme and the Complementary Pedagogical Education programme at the School of Education and Communication at Jönköping University took part in online graduation ceremonies to celebrate the end of their studies. Jönköping University congratulates them all!
  • Buy smaller houses to reduce energy consumption


    Samer El Kari, Lecturer at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. Electricity prices are record high in Sweden, and a large part of the cost goes on heating your own home. To reduce energy consumption and our impact on the climate, it could therefore be an alternative to live in smaller homes, says Samer El Kari, Lecturer at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University.
  • The School of Engineering educates companies in Thailand


    Roy Andersson, Associate Dean of Internationalisation at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. The School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) is conducting commissioned education for Swedish and Thai companies in Thailand this spring. This is done in collaboration with the University of Skövde. It is part of the collaboration project INSA (Internationalization of collaboration) and is funded by VINNOVA.
  • New Higher Vocational Education this fall


    Mats Kihlman, avdelningschef för Yrkeshögskolan på Tekniska Högskolan, Jönköping University. The Department of Higher Vocational Education at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University will start six technology programmes this fall, of which the Production, e-commerce and warehouse logistics programme is completely new. For this, SEK 36 million has been approved from the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education (MYH).
  • Jönköping University to grow with new centre for dental care


    Illustration of the new buildings On 12 January, Jönköping University’s property company HÖFAB will submit planning documents prior to a decision on consultation to the city planning committee in Jönköping municipality. The new construction plans include building a centre for dentistry and oral health science, as well as preparing a place for a dental education.
  • 51.6 million SEK for research and education in foundry technology


    Salem Seifeddine, Program Manager for SPARK and Dean of Research at the School of Engineering at Jönköping University. Jönköping University (JU) has been granted 51.6 million SEK for its research and education environment SPARK from The Knowledge Foundation (KK-Stiftelsen).
  • From research and patent to commercial success


    Close up of melted aluminium slurry in a casting bowl. Just over 15 years ago, Magnus Wessén and Haiping Cao, researchers at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University (JU), patented a type of rheocasting called the RheoMetal process. This has since led to a close collaboration between JU and several Chinese universities, the establishment of several foundries both in Sweden and China, and commercialisation of the process that has gained a lot of interest.