Linköping University follows the recommendations of the Department of Foreign Affairs (UD) against travel to certain areas in terms of recommendations to students whether to go through with planned exchange studies in those areas or not.
Sixty-eight mobiles and two tablet computers was the result when students on the master’s programme in design arranged a wake for old mobiles as part of their course. Some people find it difficult to say goodbye to an old friend.
Are you leaving LiU and want to get rid of furniture and stuff? Or are you just starting and looking to furnish a new place? LiU Student Secondhand in the A Building is the answer!
Have you got an overview of the resources you have available during your studies at LiU? Here's a glimpse.
A survey aimed at finding out how you as a LiU student perceive your university will be sent out to a random selection of students.
Inside LiU News
Welcome to a workshop on the next EU framework programme, on 5 February.
The IT Division and Didacticum have set up severeal recording studios on our campuses. The are useful for recording audio to presentations for, for instance, teaching staff. The rooms are now open to book and use.
Applying for grants from the Swedish Research Council? Get all the information you need and more at the Grants Office seminar on 7 February!
Guidelines for the use of LiU premises were passed in June 2019. One of the consequences of the guidelines is that all of the university premises will be closed at night, starting 1 February.
The library’s “Dubbelkvart” event is to open in Norrköping! These are short, open lunch talks arranged by the university library, presenting useful, inspiring and thought-provoking ideas. They last for two quarter-hours, and coffee is a vital part of the proceedings.