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  • Circular solution wins Innovation Race for Sustainability

    On October 17-19, the annual student competition Innovation Race for Sustainability took place. 150 students from Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) participated in the competition to generate new, sustainable solutions based on the circular economy for some of the county's well-established companies. The challenge resulted in sharp concepts that will help companies meet future challenges – sustainably and successfully.
  • Technology students competed in solar car race

    Filip Andersson, Jesper Johansson och Mohammed Al Daabais from Aleholmsskolan in Sävsjö On Monday, October 17, the Solar Car Race took place at the car company Atteviks as part of Climate Week. Technology students from the county's high schools were invited to compete with their solar cars in the different speed, design and innovation categories.
  • Vera Day at JU – "We need more girls to choose technology"

    Vera Day at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. On 28 October, Vera Day will be held at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU). The aim is to inspire young women to choose technical education and professions.
  • Lithuania's ambassador on a quick visit to JU

    Lithuania ambassador On 7 October, Lithuanians ambassador Giedrius Čekuolis visited Jönköping University when he was passing through Jönköping. He wanted to take the opportunity to visit the university and at the same time take the opportunity to meet students and teachers originally from Lithuania.
  • Jönköping University in top 4 for female technology professors

    Ingrid Wadskog, Managing Director and Dean of the School of Engineering at Jönköping University. At Jönköping University (JU), 40 percent of the professors in the field of technology are women, according to the UKÄ (University and Higher Education Authority), which is fourth best of all universities in Sweden.
  • Pictures from Academic Ceremony

    On Saturday, October 8, Jönköping University's (JU) Academic Ceremony was held with the inauguration of full professors and the conferment of PhDs at the culture hall, Spira.
  • Sweden's best middle school teacher is a JU alumnus

    Alex Larsson Nilsson, Linnea Engdahl, Therese Damberg, Molly Fältskog och Colin Larsson Nilsson at the ceremoni. Therese Damberg, who studied the Teacher Program in grades 4–6 between 2015 and 2019 at The School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University (JU), was named Sweden's best middle school teacher on October 10.
  • Jönköping University in prestigious world ranking

    Campus i höstskrud For the first time, Jönköping University (JU) is included in Times Higher Education's ranking of the world's top universities. In this year's ranking, 1,799 universities in 104 countries are ranked and JU ends up in place 601-800 in the world and twelfth place in Sweden.
  • Alumni of the Year celebrated at Jönköping University

    The award winners On 5 October, the ceremony was held where five former students from Jönköping University (JU) were praised for their efforts. Mats Jackson, Executive Vice President at JU, together with representatives from the five schools presented the awards to the alumni. After the award ceremony, a panel discussion was held with the award winners.
  • Jönköping University condemns violence against students and researchers in Iran

    The Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions (SUHF) has expressed its deep concern for the current situation for students and university employees in Iran. Jönköping University's president, Agneta Marell, supports SUHF's statement regarding the violence in Iran.