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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.
We look forward to meeting our international alumni at our upcoming events:
- 7 November in Jakarta, Indonesia
For more information, please contact Margareta Alfredson.
"Linköping university gave me the tools"
One of our international alumni, Mr Jesus Mascareno, shares his experience.
Read the International Alumni Blog
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 [...]
Several young teachers in Kentucky share the same somewhat exotic experience: an internship in a school in Linköping, through a collaboration between Linköping University and three Kentucky universities. For the first time, LiU organised an alumni event where these American alumni could meet and [...]
Guest blogger: Don Chuenprapai, Thailand, LiU-alumnus from Master’s program in aircraft systems engineering My name is Flight Lieutenant Don Chuenprapai, who got the Thailand Gripen’s scholarship and studied in Aircraft Systems Engineering in the Flumes Division. I have been working for the Royal [...]
Guest blogger: Nandita Farhad, Bangladesh, alumna from Strategy and Management in International Organizations (SMIO) Master´s Program It is a usual gloomy day here in England, at a very small town called Guildford. Bells are ringing in the modern gothic style cathedral at the top of the hill close [...]
The Alumni Network
Festive annual ceremony for students graduating from international master's programmes
Thousands of girls discover in their teens that they have an “atypical” sex development, maybe missing an x chromosome or a part of their genitalia. By adapting – and by resisting – they confront the norms of female embodiment.
Demola, a collaboration project between universities and private companies in which LiU is involved, has been given recognition by the World Bank. “Our project now has a whole different status,” comments Fredrik Borgsjö, Demola regional head of operations.
A stick of chewing gum in your pocket can show whether your body has been exposed to a dangerous amount of radiation as a result of an accident or a terrorist attack. When the sweetening agent in the chewing gum is exposed to radiation, a substance is created which can be detected several days after the event.
In the first thesis from the new Unit of Environmental Change Ola Uhrqvist shows how the climate models grew, took form and were shaped by contemporary thinking.
Last updated: 2014-10-30