Jönköping University (JU) is one of the most international universities in Sweden in terms of the number of international students and faculty as well as student-exchange opportunities. Research is also largely internationally focused, which translates into internationally relevant programmes and courses. We’re home to Jönköping International Business School (the first school in Sweden to gain both EQUIS and AACSB accreditation) and have a strong focus on entrepreneurship throughout the university.
Outside of the classroom, we’re known for our exciting Introduction Week, which has been rated one of the best in Europe, as well as our very active and international student union that offers students loads of extracurricular activities, events, trips, etc.
What kinds of programmes does JU offer?
We offer a range of international bachelor’s and master’s programmes, as well as pathway programmes and summer programmes.
We offer pathway programmes at three levels to improve your English proficiency in order to meet the entry requirements for studies at Jönköping University.
Bachelor’s programmes in:
- Entrepreneurship and sustainable business
- Graphic design and web development
- Prosthetics and orthotics
- Industrial engineering and management
Master’s programmes in:
- Digital business
- Logistics and supply chain management
- Media communications
- Occupational therapy
- Industrial design
- Product development
- Child studies
- Building information management (BIM)
JU Summer School
JU Summer School consists of two courses offered in English, which welcome students from around the world interested in the areas of engineering, management, health and welfare. The courses have a special focus on internationalisation and sustainability.
What’s the alumni network like?
Our alumni networks span the globe. Jönköping International Business School and the School of Engineering also maintain their own alumni networks.
What are the connections to local industry like?
We believe that one of the most important parts of your learning journey is to get the opportunity to try out your future profession via direct contact with Swedish and international businesses. This will give you valuable real-life experiences and cultural knowledge, making you more employable. You’ll also get the chance to establish contacts with future employers, as well as build a network of contacts in the business world. Many programmes at JU offer the opportunity to collaborate with companies in various ways – from student projects and customised courses, to internships and industrial placements. Nearby Science Park, a business incubator partly financed by JU, creates an environment for innovative students to try out and commercialise their ideas.
Tuition Fees at Jönköping University
The following fees apply for the academic year 2020/2021. The tuition fees vary depending on the school and programme. The tuition fee will be charged in advance for each semester (30 ECTS).
Jönköping International Business School
Bachelor’s programmes (3 years): SEK 100,000 per academic year.
Master’s programmes (1 and 2 years): SEK 120,000 per academic year.
School of Education and Communication
Bachelor’s programmes (3 years): SEK 100,000 per acacemic year.
Master’s programmes (1 and 2 years): SEK 117,000 per academic year.
School of Engineering
Bachelor’s programmes (3 years): SEK 150,000 per academic year.
Master’s Programmes (2 years): SEK 150,000 per academic year.
School of Health and Welfare
Prosthetics and Orthotics Bachelor’s programme (3 years): SEK 160,000 per academic year.
Occupational Therapy Master’s programmes (2 years): SEK 117,000 per academic year (web-based, part time).
Master of Product Development – Specialisation in Assistive Technology (MASTech) for Engineers: SEK 140,000 per academic year.
Master of Product Development – Specialisation in Assistive Technology (MASTech) for Prosthetist/Orthotists. SEK 140,000 per academic year.
Students with citizenship in a country outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland are required to pay a SEK 900 (approximately EUR 100) application fee. You pay one application fee, regardless of how many programmes or courses you apply for during the current admission period.
Jönköping University offers a local admission for international students to apply directly to us. The application period is: October 16- May 2.
After placing an online application, students should send all supporting documents directly to Jönköping University Admissions, within 2 weeks.
Note: If you are applying to multiple Swedish universities, you may prefer to use universityadmissions.se, the national admission system (which is open from October 16- January 15). However, if only applying to us, we strongly recommend our local admission.
Scholarships from Jönköping University
Jönköping University offers scholarships on behalf of the Swedish government. The scholarships, intended for students who pay tuition fees, will cover a percentage of the fee. The scholarship application is open until 15 April. The scholarships offer students financial support during their study period.
(Note: Jönköping University has signed a partnership with FIDERH, the Mexican Government’s Fund for Human Resource Development (FIDERH), which will allow some FIDERH applicants to access a Jönköping University scholarship.)
More details on scholarships can be found at: https://ju.se/en/study-at-ju/admissions/scholarships.html