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Rebecka Le Moine and Eva Uustal.

Alumni of the Year: species under threat and safe perinatal care

LiU Alumni of the Year for 2018 are Rebecka Le Moine, biologist and active in popular science, and Eva Uustal, consultant and expert in birth injuries.


AIESEC in Linköping is hiring!

Being a part of AIESEC is like joining a massive community of globally-minded young leaders. People who want to grow their own potential while contributing to something much greater than themselves.

Verifiable transcripts - shortened validity

The validity of verifiable transcripts has been temporarily shortened to 60 days (former 90 days) due to the introduction of the new Ladok.

Campusbussen. Photo: Thor Balkhed.

The campus bus rolls on

Söne Buss AB has been awarded the contract to operate the campus bus from August 2019. Two buses per hour will run in both directions during peak periods. This is the result of a recently completed procurement process.

"Märkesbacken", with text Evaliuate.

Have your say about course development

Following test operation of the new course evaluation system Evaliuate during the spring, it has now been taken into routine use.

Registration for the autumn semester 2018

You need to register for your program and/or course in the beginning of each semester. Here you can find when registration is available for your Faculty. The registration period lasts three weeks, but the sooner you register the better.

New student?

Here is all you need to know to get started using the library services at LiU.

The LiU-app makes life easier on campus

It can be overwhelming to land on a new campus. You have expectations on your education, you are curious about your fellow students and you have no idea how to get around campus. The LiU-app can at least help you with the practicalities.

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Look after yourself with a course from Student Health

A timetable of the courses offered by Student Health this autumn has now been published. Everything is free of charge for LiU students. Remember – you’ll cope with your studies better if you look after yourself and your health. (The information page is in Swedish)

A person who takes another person's mobile from his/her back pocket.

Keep your eyes peeled!

Don’t get robbed. Don't leave valuables, mobile phones or computers unattended – always keep an eye on your things.

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