In the Business Rally during Week45, LiU students competed to produce a really strong business concept. This year the theme was migration.
Academic English Support is giving seminars on academic writing in November and December.
You are welcome to learn more about academic writing on 2 December when Språkverkstäderna/Academic English Support are having an Open House.
“It’s much more motivating to cram for a competition than for an examination,” says Fredrik Löfgren, LiU student and project leader for the RoboCup Junior competition.
Demola, a collaboration project between universities and private companies in which LiU is involved, has been given recognition by the World Bank. “Our project now has a whole different status,” comments Fredrik Borgsjö, Demola regional head of operations.
Having just successfully graduated as a secondary school teacher, Juliette Ramberg de Ruyter is packing her bags and heading off to Dhaka. A job as a trainee education development officer is more appealing than a classroom in Sweden.
Linköping University has taken a big step up in QS’s ranking of the world’s best universities under 50 years – to 26th place.
Thirty years ago an association was formed, aimed at fostering contact between Swedes and international students and researchers. It is now celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Peter Agnefjäll, President and CEO of IKEA Group, and Elnaz Baghlanian, editor and office coordinator at Swedish PEN, have been named Linköping University’s Alumni of the Year for 2014.
Mentors for Masters is a one-year mentorship programme aimed at linking international master’s students with the Swedish labour market.
Rapturous applause at the EU Parliament and silver in Dutch Dweilmusik. LiTHe Blås, Linköping University’s wind band, found success everywhere they went.
From a symphony orchestra to Movits! on stage, even larger outdoor spaces and more local bands. Linköping University’s tenth Kalasmottagning (New Students’ Day) will offer more – the whole time.
A few weeks ago, Campus Valla was pretty much deserted. But now the students are back. On Monday 25 August it was time for the new students at the Faculty of Health Sciences to start Nolle-P – a two-week period of welcome events.
Do you like writing? Linköping University is looking for students who want to tell about their lives at the university.
This weekend 130 researchers will arrive in Linköping, to take part in LinStat 2014, an international conference on statistics.
Last updated: 2014-11-21