Facts and figures

Jönköping University in numbers financial year 2017.


Education on Bachelor's and Master's level

Revenue: 674 million SEK
7,690 full-time equivalent students (commissions not included)
whereof 60 per cent women.
11,501 registered students
2,336 awarded degrees


Revenue: 245 million SEK
49 full professors
203 doctoral students whereof 63 per cent women 
18 awarded doctoral degrees


1,398 incoming students from 60 countries
whereof 700 are exchange students
and 698 are international programme students,
whereof 398 are fee-paying students
531 outgoing students
Approx. 350 partner universities worldwide


800 partner companies and 1,000 research and practicum partnership schools
Revenue, commissions: 67 million SEK
237 full-time equivalent students in commissioned education


725 full-time equivalent employees (55 per cent women)
383 full-time equivalent teachers (51 per cent women),
whereof 234 by  teachers with research education (47 per cent women) whereof 49 by full professors (31 per cent women).


909 million SEK revenue for the group (asset not included)
whereof 629 million SEK in state funding for the Foundation.

Content updated 2018-05-21

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