Registration and application for study break will be closed on weekends, from Friday 17.00 to Saturday 24.00 of the rest of the year, starting november 2nd.
LiU plans to update and renew several systems, starting on 26 November. One of these is the Ladok student registry. This will affect students, since the student portal will close at the same time.
MSc of Design is hosting a Repair-Café event where you can bring your broken items in order to repair them with the help of our skills, tools, materials and workshop space.
Students will gain access to the MinIT (‘My IT’) portal on Wednesday 14 November. Installation of software will then migrate from the Student portal into MinIT.
On 31 December 2018, PayEx will stop supplying the payment service that is used for the eduPrint printing system at Linköping University. Pay in only enough to cover your printing needs until the end of December. Money paid into a PayEx account and not used can be transferred back to your bank account.
Many doors across campus have the sign shown below with the Swedish text “Utrymningsväg – Får ej blockeras”. These are emergency exits, and the Swedish text says they must not be blocked. Despite this, bicycles block emergency exits several times every week.
The Linköping University Male Voice Choir this year presents choral Christmas music, and music in combination with a brass ensemble. Tickets are now on sale for the four Christmas concerts.
Students admitted before the autumn term of 2013 have been able to use e-Go to access their student email account. On 3 December, the process to withdraw e-GO (Google) will begin and no new email will be delivered to e-GO. Existing email will still be accessible through e-GO, but it will only be possible to send and receive new email using Outlook in Lisam after 3 December.
Once every year, about 30 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau to meet the next generation of leading scientists: 500–600 undergraduates, PhD students, and post-doc researchers from all over the world. Next year’s meeting is dedicated to physics, and application is now open.
Panel discussion, clothes swap, sustainable investment and several seminars. Global Weeks on Campus, from 12 to 23 November, will focus on global sustainability.
Last updated: Thu Oct 25 15:09:15 CEST 2018