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Content updated 2013-08-16

News

  • World Occupational Therapy Day 2020
    27 October is World Occupational Therapy Day, an opportunity to highten the visibility of the profession and the value that occupational therapists create.
  • JIBS to undergo accreditation review
    Between 2-4 November, the accrediting body AACSB will carry out a Continuous Improvement Review at JIBS. As a result of this review, JIBS hopes to receive a further 5 years accreditation.
  • LinkedIn Masterclass with Linus Zackrisson
    With almost 700 million users around the world and 3.5 million users in Sweden, LinkedIn is by far the most important tool for recruiters to find the right employees. Therefore, it is also by far the most important tool for you if you are looking for a job.
  • Downtime in IT network during the night of 21-22 October
    Vital parts of the universitys IT network need to be replaced as upgrades and support from the supplier will cease in the future.
  • Restart A Heart-Day 2020 – defibrillators on campus
    16 October is international “Restart A Heart-Day”, an event created to increase public knowledge of CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation).
  • Remember to nominate 2020’s Young Female Leader of the Year
    On 31 October, the nomination for the Young Leading Woman of the Year closes. Nominate a colleague or student in your vicinity who is a role model and inspiration to others.
  • Help us improve Career Center
    We know that searching for jobs may be easy but finding the right one is not a walk in the park. By sharing your thoughts in this study, you are shaping the future of recruitment.
  • Regarding incident on campus
    During the morning on Friday 9 October, an incident occurred on the bridge at Campus Arena and the rescue services were called to the site. 
  • Mobile version of the Student Health Care
    During the autumn, and in these very special times, with less social contacts and a new way of studying, feeling lonely and anxious is quite natural. If you feel that you need someone to talk to or have questions and concerns, do not hesitate to contact the JU Student Health Care.
  • Pilot project for de-identified exams
    In 2020, a project is underway to evaluate de-identification of the examination process at Jönköping University. In October, the pilot project will start, which will include some exams from each school at JU.