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  • Summer times on campus
    During the summer, irregular opening hours apply to several of the campus activities.
  • Increased security for logging into Canvas
    Starting Monday 24 June, MFA (multi-factor authentication) will be required to log into Canvas. This is a security-enhancing measure to protect our accounts at Jönköping University (JU). MFA is already used for logging in to, for example, Microsoft365 when using a private computer. Now it will be extended and apply to all logins to Canvas, regardless of equipment.
  • JU students celebrated by Swedish Institute
    Students from Jönköping University (JU) that are Swedish Institute (SI) scholarship holders were honoured during the SI Diploma ceremony by Madeleine Sjöstedt, SI’s Director-general. The ceremony took place on 25 May at the Blue Hall, Stockholm city hall, where the Noble Prize Banquet takes place.
  • Enter the MMTC Thesis Award 2024
    Are you a JIBS student writing your master's thesis? How about entering it into this year's MMTC Thesis Award and winning up to 15,000 SEK!
  • Why should you vote in the European elections?
    On Thursday 30 May, Jönköping University will host an election debate ahead of the European elections on 9 June. During the afternoon, students and staff can meet the parliamentary parties in the JMW hall in the library. Later, there will be a debate where journalist Erik Lindfelt will interview the parties. Take the chance to ask questions that concern you as a student!
  • Summer party at Science Park in Jönköping
    On 30 May, there is a summer party and open house at Science Park in Jönköping where both JU staff and students are welcome. Register by 27 May.
  • Scholarships for excellent achievements
    Several Jönköping University students received the Excellence Scholarship from the Jönköpings Borgarekassa och Bjuggska fonden on Tuesday 14 May.
  • 95 % of students are happy at JU
    In October 2023, a survey was sent out by Student Health Care to all Jönköping University students. The survey was called “10 questions for you as a student” and examined JU students' experience of alcohol, drugs, sex, mental health and gambling. The results are now in!
  • Active actions and success in entrepreneurship, guest lecture by Professor Michael Frese
    What determines the success of an entrepreneur? According to Professor Michael Frese, one of the two recipients of this year’s Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, being proactive (taking active actions) plays a significant role in entrepreneurial success. Take the chance to listen to Professor Frese’s lecture on the subject as he visits JIBS on 29 May.
  • Don't forget to nominate Alumni of the Year
    Nominations for the Jönköping University Alumni of the Year award are open. The prizes are awarded to former JU students who have made outstanding contributions in their professional role or as an individual. The ceremony will be held on 3 October.