For students at Linköping University
The Elimu student association at LiU is working for a classroom project in Kenya. On 28 May, they are organising the Elimu Race on Campus Valla.
International Day, iDay, was back again on 16 May with yet another multicultural explosion. Walking from one end of Colosseum (on Campus Valla) to the other, you passed through 14 countries. All under the same roof.
Emmanuel Letsu-Dake won the Alumni Stories competition and will be LiU’s first International Master’s Alumni Speaker at the Farewell Ceremony in June. He is a senior research scientist at Honeywell Aerospace in the US, where he works to make air transport safer.
Since the start of the year, the University Library has been subscribing to the reference source WordFinder Online, which all employees and students have access to both at work and at home. It is also available as an app for mobile phones and tablets.
The National Thesis Award 2012 is given to LiU master's students Ekaterina Kalinina and Meaza Eshetu Abebe. Their master's thesis focus on coordination of projects within creative industries, involving multiple organisations.
Swedish IT companies have a great opportunity to find a completely new market in the Sub-Saharan African countries. So say Erik Winther and Wilhelm Henriksson, who went to Africa to do their degree projects.
The number of first-choice applicants to courses beginning this autumn at Linköping University has increased. Compared to last year, the increase is just over 4 %. The biggest increase was in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Norrköping has been named University City of the Year for 2013-2014 by SFS, the Swedish National Union of Students. “A well-deserved prize,” according to students Therese Björn Johansson and Sofia Sandberg.
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Last updated: 2013-05-20