This year's Radio K Bryr Sig (RKBS) kicks off on the morning of Thursday December 7th and will last until the evening of Friday December 8th... Read more
Jönköping International Business School solidifies its position as a leading European Business School
On 4 December, the Financial Times published its latest ranking of the top European Business Schools. Climbing another six places from last ... Read more
Gunilla Resare, granddaughter of Sweden's first female engineer Vera Sandberg, visited the VERA day, which is organized by the School of Eng... Read more
The Foundation Governing Board has decided to appoint Professor Måns Svensson as new President of Jönköping University starting 1 April 2024. Professor Svensson has previously worked as Dean of the School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences at Halmstad University.
A new study shows that yoga can be used to slow down cognitive impairment and dementia in adults aged 55 and over. The results of the study are clear and show that yoga has a greater positive impact on cognitive ability than strength and conditioning training. The study was conducted at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University in collaboration with Region Jönköping County.
School of Health and Welfare assists in continuing education for Ukrainian prosthetists and orthoticsThe need for prostheses and other assistive technology is reaching crisis point in war-torn Ukraine. When Nerrolyn Ramstrand, professor of prosthetics and orthotics at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University, was asked to assist in training Ukrainian prosthetist/orthotists, she did not hesitate. Colleagues at the school agreed and a Ukrainian film crew is currently on site at JU t