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  • Are you new in Sweden and looking for a job?
    Then don’t miss the Career Center’s lectures about Jobs in Sweden, CV applications and how to manage the job interview.
  • Welcome to Science Park
    Science Park believes that anyone who has a dream of starting a business should have the opportunity to do so. Starting a business is educational, fun and not as difficult as you might think. Plus – Science Park will be your coach and give you the practical assistance needed throughout the journey.
  • Become a Study in Sweden digital ambassador
    Study in Sweden are looking for fun, creative, excited digital ambassadors. As a digital ambassador, you’ll share your experiences of studying in Sweden in their digital channels.
  • Save the date: JU Sustainability Festival 5-9 October 2020
    Jönköping University Sustainability Network (JUSN) invites staff and students at Jönköping University (JU) to the JU Sustainability Festival 2020 October 5-9 - a possibility to co-create a sustainable future.
  • Academic quarter is introduced at JTH
    To prolong the lunch break and thereby reduce the congestion at e.g. the students' dining room is academic quarter introduced for all lessons in the afternoons at the School of Engineering (JTH).
  • Parking permits for September
    On Tuesday, 25 August, Service Center will start selling parking permits for September. The parking permits will only be available to order online.
  • Restaurants on campus open again
    Now that the autumn semester has started, the restaurants and cafés on campus have also reopened for business.
  • Registering for a Swedish personal number
    This information is for international students at JU. If you intend to live in Sweden for one year or more you should generally be registered in the Swedish Population Register. When you have been registered you will receive a Swedish personal number, which gives you access to various government and banking services and more.
  • Information to students with regards to Covid-19
    Before the start of the autumn term we at Jönköping University would like to remind all of our students about a few important things with regards to the coronavirus outbreak. JU follows the recommendations from The Public Health Agency of Sweden and have made adjustments accordingly on campus.
  • Questions regarding your tuition fee and invoice?
    You are welcome to visit our drop-in at the Service Center.
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