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  • IT disruptions Sunday 23 January
    Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 23 January. Programs and files may be unavailable.
  • The Student Health Care are there for you
    The Student Health Care offers students individual counselling and treatment as well as different group settings, aimed at supporting students' health and ability to study. Among other things you can join the Let's talk about life group.
  • Do you have questions regarding your tuition fee and invoice?
    Welcome to the drop-in session with the Tuition Team on Zoom.
  • Remember to register for your courses
    Before each semester, you as a student at Jönköping University must register for your courses online to confirm which courses you will attend. Registration is required, among other things, to be able to certify that you are a student, receive study grants from CSN, update your JU card, and to gain access to courses in Canvas.
  • Get vaccinated against Covid-19
    You can get vaccinated with dose 1, 2 and 3 against Covid-19 in Jönköping by Region Jönköping County. This applies to both international and national students. Jönköping University encourages those who can get vaccinated against Covid-19 to do so.
  • New temporary measures due to Covid-19
    The Public Health Agency of Sweden has announced new temporary advice and recommendations to reduce the spread of Covid-19 in society and to reduce the risk of the healthcare system being overburdened.
  • Christmas Greetings from the President
    JU, December 2021
  • Flags at half-mast
  • JU continues to be an elite athlete friendly university
    The Swedish Sports Confederation (Swe: Riksidrottsförbundet) has awarded Jönköping University (JU) continued rights to be an elite athlete friendly university (EVL) during 2022–2026.
  • Tired but happy after a day and night of live broadcast
    On December 14 at 10.00, a 24-hour live broadcast of radio started from a glass cage on campus. Radio K, a branch of LOK, the student association at the School of Education and Communication, organized the event together with the Student Union to raise money for Musikhjälpen (Music Aid), which this year has the purpose "For a world without child labor".
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