The Higher Vocational Education at Jönköping University (JU) has been granted approximately SEK 100 million to start 13 educational programm... Read more
The Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen) grants SEK 66.6 million to the research and educational environment SPARK at Jönköping University (... Read more
Jönköping University's own vocal ensemble, JUVE, has been invited to participate as a “home choir” on Swedish television (SVT) before the Ch... Read more
CeFEO at Jönköping International Business School is co-founder of a new network of the top family business research centres in Europe. The EuFBC (European Family Business Research Centre Network) was launched this autumn, creating a common platform for presenting and debating state-of-the art research on family business.
In September 2021, Sweden will host EAIE (the European Association for International Education), Europe's largest, and the world’s second largest international conference in higher education. Around 6,000 people from higher education institutions from over 95 countries are expected to attend the conference in Gothenburg.
A scale that assesses fear of Covid-19 among the general population has been developed by an international team of researchers led by Amir Pakpour, affiliated researcher at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University. The scale is now being used in research in over 30 countries worldwide and hopes to identify the need for education and support for those affected by the pandemic.
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Content updated 2020-08-26