Last day to respond to the Student Questionnaire has passed and the response rate and involvement has been high, with 8 721 responding students.
Last year second place - this year a slight improvement! LiU research achieved first place in the Swedish Research Council’s latest bibliometric index in the field of education.
Combitech and Norrköping Municipality have managed to get Combitech Whirlpool to donate their advanced EMC lab to LiU. The lab will initially be used for teaching electronic design.
This spring, Academic English Support is offering eleven one-hour seminars on different topics relating to academic writing in English. You can also sign up for individual guidance concerning written texts or oral presentations.
For LiU-students that wish to work in a more mobile world, the library has created a list with a selection of useful apps.
The Library at LiU are now starting up “E-resource of the month”. They will pay attention to some of the electronic resources which you have access to as a LiU student. It is also accessible off-campus.
Linköping University Women’s Choir (Linnea), will be performing at a charity concert on 6 March with songs about and by women and four invited speakers on stage. All the proceeds will go to Linköping Women’s Shelter.
During the autumn and winter the Innovation Office has been running an ideas competition, in which students are challenged to come up with solutions to make the world more sustainable. On Friday 20 February it was time to announce the winners. Besides the honour of winning, they received a food box – organic, of course – valued at SEK 2,500.
A new student building, a unified university administration, and collaboration activities in the middle of Campus Valla - this is Linköping University’s new venture.
On 17 February LiU students – including yourself – were emailed a questionnaire. This is your chance to express your views on your study environment. The university is keen to get this feedback, as it provides valuable information that helps it make improvements.
Last summer, Klara Friman graduated with a master’s in Design and Product Development, and up until the middle of March this year she will be working as a ‘We Effect’ trainee in the Nicaraguan capital Managua.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Linköping getting its university. This will be observed throughout 2015.
Liisa Luuk and Lisa Backlund are in the last term of their Psychology programme. During the spring they will evaluatethe effects of cognitive behavioural therapy on depression.
On January 29 the mentoring programme Mentor Masters gets going for the second consecutive year. The programme is aimed at international masters students at Linköping University.
The Swedish Council for Higher Education has compared this year’s applications with those for the previous year. One of the findings of the report is that the overall number of courses and associated applicants has fallen.
April 10th, LinköpingInternational Students Association (ISA) and Linköping University welcomes you to celebrate IDAY - the biggest international student festival in the region.
Last updated: 2015-03-23