Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University has received renewed accreditation from the international accrediting body EFMD. The school’s EQUIS accreditation is extended for five years, a true mark of dedicated work with quality in both education and research.
This year's first issue of Me&JU is now available and this time it's focusing on human beings.
This week, Therese Hermansen Walker, manager of the Växjö branch of the Swedish Migration Agency visited Jönköping University. Some of her time was spent sitting in on a couple of interviews given to international students applying for programmes at Jönköping International Business School.
Children with behaviour difficulties need special support already in preschool. In a new thesis from Jönköping University, Madeleine Sjöman concludes that children actively engaged in preschool everyday activities increase their learning, development and wellbeing.
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Family firms are a closed system. Owner families are often reluctant to bring in outsiders, but those who want to grow do well to bring in external advisors, especially via a team approach. In a new PhD thesis, Judith van Helvert-Beugels has studied how family firms can work with their advisory boards.
Three former students, who graduated from the Visual Effects programme at Jönköping University, are part of the team that won the Oscar for the Best Visual Effects category.
An international heart conference, organised by Professor Jan Mårtensson and his colleagues at the School of Health and Welfare has been nominated for Jönköping’s Event of the Year award.
World-leading materialographic solutions manufacturer Struers have teamed up with Jönköping University’s School of Engineering to host a University Day on 22nd March.