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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 events, please contact Margareta Alfredson.
Our latest international alumni events in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Istanbul, Turkey, in November 2014.
"Linköping university gave me the tools"
One of our international alumni, Mr Jesus Mascareno, shares his experience.
Read the International Alumni Blog
How do former LiU students feel about their alma mater today? This autumn we sent a survey to over 10,000 alumni, both Swedish and international, who have graduated from Linköping University during the latest ten years. 3,200 replied to the four questions below: - 81 % think that Linköping [...]
Guest blogger: Dr. Ngange Lyonge Kingsley, Republic of Cameroon, LiU-alumnus from Master’s program in Language and Culture. I graduated from Linköping University in December 2005 with a Master of Arts degree in Language and Culture in Europe. A few months later, I returned to Cameroon to continue [...]
Guest blogger: Ioannis Efstratiou, Greece, LiU-alumnus from Master’s programme in manufacturing management Words are not enough to express my appreciation for the opportunities given to me during my studies at Linkoping. A life changing experience, a maturity breath into a youngster’s personality [...]
Guest blogger: Cherif Abdul Majid Khyarhoum from Mauritania, LiU-alumnus from Intercontinental Masters in Adult Learning and Global Change. I had the chance to make it to the campus of Universitetet in Linköping in 2002 though I was just issued a Schengen Staten Visa by the Swedish Embassy to visit [...]
The Alumni Network
Festive annual ceremony for students graduating from international master's programmes
The Biogas Research Center, based at Linköping University, has received continued support from the Swedish Energy Agency, local governments and the business sector. It has secured further funding of SEK 80 million for the coming four years.
Linköping University has been awarded SEK 20 million to create a world-leading programme in interdisciplinary social and environmental research.
Anne Henry, professor of Materials Physics and Magnus Berggren, professor of Organic Electronics, have been awarded over SEK 1.8 million each from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research to strengthen collaboration with research colleagues in South Korea.
How will the UN process develop in the future? Does it make sense to fly in ministers from every corner of the globe for a three-minute lecture? These are some of the questions Mathias Friman looked at during the UN negotiations.
Last updated: 2014-12-01