The 2017 student questionnaire is well under way. Between now and 20 April, students at LiU have the opportunity to make known their views about the study environment, their courses, equal opportunities, and student democracy.
Being able to see things from another person’s perspective, being able to communicate and collaborate smoothly with colleagues who have other skills – these are some of the “soft skills” needed in all professions. At Linköping University we have several examples of how students prepare for their coming professional roles.
A new feature is now available in the LiU-app that makes it easy for you to check your study results.
A fence will be erected around the Origo Building at the beginning of April in preparation for its dismantling and the construction of Studenthus Valla. After 20 March, it will no longer be possible to park behind the Origo Building.
Campus Norrköping will be 20 years old in 2017, and we’re celebrating this by opening our doors. Keep 18 March free and let all of your friends and acquaintances know!
Take a guided tour of the new website, liu.se. A two-minute film will show you all you need to know about navigation and search functions on the new external LiU website.
On Wednesday, when you type www.liu.se into your browser, the page that loads will be completely different. Because we will have switched to the new LiU website. However as a student you won’t be affected to any great extent.
Have you seen the yellow vests hanging at Campus? Fire and evacuation procedures at LiU requires that even as a student you must know how to act if a fire starts. Do you?
Last year’s graduating students from the psychology programme took on the role of treaters in a study of perfectionism and internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy. How did it go?
Do you arrange public culture that enrich student life and have a clear connection to Linköping University? Apply for for cultur support by March 1st.
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.
Last updated: Mon Mar 27 12:58:26 CEST 2017