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  • Students invite people to a lights show at Tändsticksområdet

    Students at JTH. Students who study lighting design and lighting technology at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) invite you to the light event September lights at Tändsticksområdet in Jönköping on 30 September. The exhibition, which is done in collaboration with Jönköping municipality, is free and open to everyone.“It's fun that we can invite people to a nice show,” says lighting design student Carl Ekendahl.
  • Empowering Change: international scholars embark on a sustainable journey

    This academic year sixteen international scholarship holders, awarded with the prestigious Swedish Institute’s Scholarship for Global Professionals, started their master’s studies at Jönköping University (JU). United by a shared passion for fostering sustainable development in their home countries and regions, they look forward to the journey they are now embarking on in Sweden.
  • They won competition for best sustainability business idea

    Students at JIBS and JTH. On 25-27 September, about 260 students participated in Impact Challenge at Jönköping University (JU). The challenge was to develop and present the best business idea in sustainability. The winning team came up with the Algalume concept, which is an air cleaner with microalgae for homes. For that, they were rewarded with a prize check of SEK 15,000.
  • A look at JU's new premises in Science Park Towers

    JTH students in Science Park Towers. The School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) has several premises in the new Science Park Towers in Jönköping.“These are fantastic premises that provide new opportunities for us,” says Gunnar Gunnarsson, Operations Manager at JTH.
  • Congratulations Alumni of the Year

    campus For the third year in a row, Jönköping University (JU) will award the Alumni of the Year during a ceremony to be held on Tuesday, October 3. Incoming Executive Vice President Salem Seifeddine, together with a representative from each school, will hand out awards to the five alumni of the year 2023. The winners will be revealed today.
  • Jönköping International Business School's highest-ever position in Financial Times ranking

    On 10 September, the Financial Times (FT) published its annual ranking of the best Masters in Management in the world. Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University is on the list for the third year in a row, scoring 64th place. The result reaffirms the school’s place as one of the most prestigious business schools worldwide. Moreover, it is a jump of a whopping 20 places over the past year.
  • JU programme awarded honourable price

    Lighting Design and Lighting Technology programme at JTH.receives Stora förtjänstpriset. The programme Lighting design and Lighting technology at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) has been awarded an award for great merit.“It is a great honour and fantastic joy,” says Johanna Glans, programme manager.
  • JU students build on campus during architecture week

    JTH students in Hälsoparken at JU. Jönköping University (JU) is part of the architecture week in Jönköping. On 7-9 September, Construction Engineering students at the School of Engineering (JTH) compete in building something for the public in “Hälsoparken” on JU’s campus.“It will be great fun to build something and show off what we can do to the Jönköping residents,” says Elin Johansson, one of the competing students.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask how someone is doing

    Suicide Prevention Day How can we work together to prevent mental health problems? At the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University, Suicide Prevention Day is organized every year with interesting lecturers in order to draw attention to the topic. By talking more about our emotions, we can create an understanding of people’s mental health and suicide.
  • Success for JU’s new public lecture series

    Anders Dybelius lecture during JU LIVE On 31 August, a spellbound audience learned about what happened to fighter pilot Peter Norström and his friend and colleague Gilbert Hägg on the fateful November day of 1972. Anders Dybelius, assistant professor of history at the School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University (JU), was the first in the JU LIVE lecture series.