A memorial service will be held for Linköping University student Victor Karlsson Sehlin on Friday May 20th at 10:30 in room C1, C-building, Campus Valla. All students and employees who wish to honor the memory of Victor are very welcome.
Collaboration, student democracy, development in teaching and learning, and a sense of home. In a long citation that covered a large number of points, the head of the Swedish National Union of Students announced that Linköping had been named 2016/17 University City of the Year.
There has been huge interest in the course, so we’re really happy to be starting it up for the autumn term,” says Malena Gustavson, course coordinator at Gender Studies, Department of Thematic Studies.
Linköping University student Victor Karlsson Sehlin, missing since last Tuesday, has been found dead. “It’s extremely sad, and my thoughts are with his family, as well as his friends and fellow students,” says Helen Dannetun, vice-chancellor, Linköping University.
C Building smelled of the whole world’s spices when the ISA student association celebrated iDay 2016. 15 countries were represented during the day, and both food and culture were on offer.
Environment, sustainability and the future is the theme at Sustainable Future, a LiU event that’s part of Framtidsveckan – Future Week – due to take place in Norrköping from 20 to 27 April.
Helene Hellmark Knutsson, Swedish minister for higher education and research, visited LiU on Friday. The previous day, a student union at LiU had published an opinion piece on its most important issue: when will the students get more contact hours?
This spring the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) carries out the survey Eurostudent VI to find out what it's like to be a student in Sweden. The questionnaire was sent out on April 17.
Dare to start your own company. That was Prince Daniel’s challenge when he lectured to students on Campus Norrköping. The great majority of students attending could imagine doing so.
Linköping University placed in the 131-140 group on the 2016 Times Higher Education ranking of the 200 best universities in Europe. The top three places were taken by Oxford University, Cambridge University and Imperial College in London.
The number of students accepted to LiU’s international master’s programmes this autumn is considerably higher than last autumn. In the first selection, 952 students have been accepted.
Last updated: 2016-05-23