Content updated 2013-08-16
Q&A about examinations and teaching on campus
During the coronapandemic both JU and the Student Union have received a lot of questions regarding examinations and teaching elements on campus. In the clip below, Robert Gunnarsson, Vice President for Education and Sophia Fröberg Liljenberg, President of the Student Union some of the most common questions.
Lecture: Study skills - the Swedish way
Do you want to get the most out of your studies in the most efficient way? Then you are welcome to a lecture about study skills on 9 February.
Zoom in on your thesis Fridays 12.30-13.30!
Do you need help with academic writing, information retrieval and source referencing? During the spring you can get help with these things from the library via their Zoom drop-in.
New semester with continued restrictions on campus
On 18 January, the spring semester at Jönköping University started with the continued restriction of on-campus attendance due to the current situation.
Conversation about loneliness in Corona times
The pandemic can make it difficult to connect to other people. The experience of loneliness can evoke many thoughts and feelings.
We are inviting you to a conversation about how you are coping with these challenging times and what matters to you.
Help shape Jönköping University
Answer questions about Jönköping University, and your university experience so far, in the world’s largest student survey: The International Student Barometer. Your opinions matter!
Questions regarding your tuition fee and invoice?
You are welcome to visit our drop-in meeting on Zoom.
How are you doing in times of Corona?
The pandemic can make it difficult to connect to other people. The experience of loneliness can evoke many thoughts and feelings. Student Health Care and Chaplaincy invites you to a conversation the 5th of January.