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  • From dream to reality – inspirational guest lecture in entrepreneurship
    Welcome to an inspiring lecture on how to make your dreams come true – the mental groundwork that is needed, the first trembling steps and how to level up.
  • Safety measures on campus
    Recently, there has been an increase in thefts in Jönköping and the surrounding area. Remember to keep an eye on your belongings such as computers and cell phones when you are on campus.
  • Surprise fire drill for House A and B
    On Thursday morning at around 10am, a practice fire drill was carried out at buildings A and B on campus.
    “This morning’s practice alarm went very well,” says head caretaker Bo Ljunggren.

  • Have fika with the Student Health Care
    Do you want to get to know other students and talk about the essentials of life? Welcome to join the Student Health Care’s open group, this time IRL and with fika (mulled wine). Monday 29 November at 16:00-18:00, meet up in the entrance of House K.
  • Computer Science - not only about coding

    What is it like to work at companies like Apple and Microsoft and why is a career in the tech industry a safe choice for the future? Come and listen to an open lecture with Manuela Rink, who works at Apple in Germany, 23 November, 17.30-18.30. Don’t forget to register by 19 November.
  • Don't forget to get vaccinated via drop-in or book a time
    Students at Jönköping University (JU) can get vaccinated against Covid-19 in Jönköping by Region Jönköping County. This applies to both international and national students. There are drop-in times available this week and you can also book an appointment.
  • Rapid HIV test available for students
    On 24 November and 8 December, Noaks Ark will be on campus, and they provide rapid HIV tests for students.
  • Pick up a bargain in the JU shop at the Service Center
    This week, the Service Center is having a sale on selected products. Take the chance to pick up a bargain among our hoodies, sportswear and more!
  • IT disruptions Sunday 21 November
    Disruptions due to planned service work may occur on Sunday, 21 November. Programs and files may be unavailable.
  • Drop-in times with nurse on campus
    The Student Health Care now has a nurse available on campus again. The nurse is available for you as a student to turn to if you have questions about your physical or sexual health.
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