The construction workers who started the refurbishment of Ryds Herrgård in the middle of October have uncovered several surprises. Fifty years of student life have left their mark on the building.
Increasing numbers of students are stressed and worried about their studies and working life. At a workshop on the mental health of students, stakeholders discussed strategies and solutions.
Have you lost something? Are you wondering whether it has been handed in to a LiU Lost and Found office? Now you can check online whether it is there.
In the late 20th century there is an increasing gap between what is taught in engineering programmes and the requirements faced by graduates. It’s time to modernise engineering studies, and MIT, a top-ranked American university, joins forces with Linköping University, Chalmers and KTH to do exactly that.
In order not to miss important information about your studies, it is important that you log in to Ladok and check that your email address is correct.
Several students at LiU have had their mobile phones stolen since the beginning of the year. The method used is the same in all cases. A student who is sitting and reading with the mobile lying beside is approached by a man and addressed in Italian. The man places at the same time some paper over the mobile, and when he subsequently leaves takes the paper and telephone hidden under it with him.
Welcome to the open seminar on Brexit to get these, and other, questions answered.
Keynote speaker: British Ambassador to Sweden, HE David Cairns, Guest speaker:
Professor Emeritus Charles Woolfson.
When: 13 February 10:15–11:30
Where: Building C, Rm C4, Campus Valla
(Link is to registration for the seminar)
You need to register for your courses in the beginning of each semester. Registration opens on January 21 and lasts three weeks. The sooner you register the better. If you are studying a single subject course you can register the day after the course has started.
NB! If you intend to take a course again you need to re-register for the course. If you only intend to participate in an examination you do not need to re-register. Please note that re-registration only is possible if you have announced your coming back in advance and thus have a place guaranteed.
The incident response team (IRT) at LiU has become aware that the passwords for 159 LiU accounts are included in a list of known passwords. The accounts involved will be closed on 24 January.
You might experience some operational disturbances if you log in to Ladok. These are due to the fact that there are a large number of students inside the system at the same time, since Ladok is now a national system used at all 37 institutions of higher education in Sweden. Work is in progress to adjust the system's capacity.
Last updated: Mon Feb 04 10:15:09 CET 2019