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The students of Linköping University (LiU) come from all over the world and you, our alumni, can be found on every continent. You are making dream works in Hollywood, building higher education in Rwanda, doing business in London, introducing biogas in Chennai and developing software in Shanghai, just to name a few. You are all bringing new knowledge and expertise to society. Fostering wealth and sustainable development is the core mission of LiU. Our alumni are at the center of this.
For information about upcoming international alumni events, please contact Margareta Alfredson.
One of our latest international alumni events: Singapore, 2 November 2015.
"Linköping university gave me the tools"
One of our international alumni, Mr Jesus Mascareno, shares his experience.
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This autumn, LiU will be present at international education fairs in China, Brazil, Turkey, India and the UK. Hoping, as always, to get the best people interested in studying at our university. We will have good help from several wonderful alumni, who will join us at the fairs to answer questions [...]
Yesterday, we said goodbye to the international master’s graduates at Linköping University’s annual Farewell Ceremony. And, more importantly, welcomed all our new alumni! It was a fine summer’s day and many graduates had families joining them from around the globe. During the ceremony, the graduates [...]
Guest blogger: Juliette Ramberg de Ruyter, Sweden, LiU alumna with a Master of Arts in Education I graduated from Linköping University fall 2014 with a Master of Arts in Education and decided to try my academic wings internationally. Two weeks later I found myself working for the biggest NGO in the [...]
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On Saturday, 6 February, we celebrate Sami National Day. This date was when the first Sami congress was held in 1917 in Trondheim, Norway. The Sami people have lived in the Arctic region for thousands of years. The Sami today maintain their rich culture and traditions while being a part of modern [...]
The family of Sweden websites grows even bigger as sweden.ru in Russian joins the Arabic, Chinese and English official sites of Sweden. Sweden.ru will provide users with updated, credible and relevant information about Sweden. The sweden.ru team aims to offer ‘aha’ experiences, unexpected angles and [...]
“This is Sweden” – a new film showcasing different sides of Sweden – was launched by the Swedish Institute today! You can watch it here: Facebook YouTube Twitter Google Plus The video is also available for download at Vimeo and Sharing Sweden (with subtitles for 14, soon 17, languages). The teaser [...]
The Alumni Network
Festive annual ceremony for students graduating from international master's programmes
After just nine weeks of internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy, the brain of patients suffering from social anxiety disorder changes in volume. Anxiety is reduced, and parts of the patients' brains decrease in both volume and activity. This study could help us develop more effective therapies for one of the most common problems in mental health.
Mental stress in children can affect how their genes are expressed in their cells – whether they are ‘on’ or ‘off’. Now, researchers at LiU are going further to study whether such changes, caused by environmental factors, can be inherited from generation to generation.
Symbiosis for freedom from fossil fuels is the theme for E-Week 2016, which kicked off on Tuesday, January 26th at the Museum of Work in Norrköping. That afternoon, the Environmental Technology Social was held for the eleventh time.
The Burn Injury Centre in Linköping is showing survival data for adults with extensive burn injuries that is better than anywhere else in the world. The results, which are built on a new analysis model, are being presented in the latest number of the scientific periodical Burns.
Last updated: 2016-02-03