Content updated 2013-08-16
President's summer greeting
JU, June 2021
Colleagues and students, the spring semester of 2022 has come to an end at Jönköping University. During the spring, we recovered from the pandemic but at the same time also encountered a new upheaval event; Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We are affected by the world around us and follow developments closely, show our support for everyone affected by these events, support students and s...
IT disruptions Sunday 19 June
Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 19 June. Programs and files may be unavailable.
The business of gaming – learn more about the gaming industry
On 15 June, you will have the opportunity to listen to several experts from the gaming industry – entrepreneurs, gamers and researchers – to learn more about "the business of gaming". Science Park and Dreamhack invite you to an evening focusing on gaming and gaming. During the evening, you will get answers to all your questions about starting your own business and running a business in the gaming ...
JU Master students, Swedish Institute scholarship holders at the diploma ceremony hosted at Stockholm City Hall
Every year, the Swedish Institute (SI) organizes a diploma ceremony for its international master’s students. On 21 May, 370 scholarship holders from 47 countries received a diploma to mark the completion of their studies in Sweden. One of JU’s six SI scholars- Karl Volkohon from the Ukraine, studying the Master in Sustainable Communication at the school of Education and Communication was given the...
Join the alumni network at your school
When you graduate from JU you have the possibility to stay in touch with us through your specific schools’ alumni network. It is valuable for us to hear your experiences and via the network you gain access to information, inspiration, and invitations to events within your field.
Inform us about your Swedish personal identity number
If you have received a Swedish personal identity number, you need to inform the university since that information does not reach us automatically.