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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.
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"Linköping university gave me the tools"
One of our international alumni, Mr Jesus Mascareno, shares his experience.
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There has been a lot of alumni activity this summer! Here are a few updates: Shanghai, China: “The Future We Want, the City We Need”, 5 August On Friday, 5 August, an alumni networking event for former Swedish Institute alumni and members of the Sweden Alumni Network in China (SANC) was held in [...]
The second SI Alumni Forum of 2016 is taking place in October 21 – 22, in Tbilisi, Georgia. The topic of this high profile event is Sustainable entrepreneurship and our aim to offer a platform for networking, development and inspiration for Sweden alumni across the globe. Who can attend? The event [...]
We invite alumni to apply for seats at our upcoming event on the theme “ICT and Development” in Luleå October 10-11. There are 15 seats reserved for SI alumni. Travel and accommodation costs are covered entirely by the Swedish Institute. ICT and development (ICT4D) refers to the use of information [...]
The Alumni Network
Jerker Lysell, an undergraduate in civil engineering at LiU, took gold in the sprint event at the World Orienteering Championships last weekend.
Linköping University has improved its position on the “Shanghai list”, a global ranking list that principally measures research prowess.
Refugee children who come to Sweden and seek asylum together with their parents risk being overlooked, not getting any systematic help with school, healthcare and other care. There is no functioning system for them, in contrast to the unaccompanied refugee children, for whom responsibility is more clearly allocated.
LiU’s international students have started to arrive, and many are having difficulty finding accommodation.
Last updated: 2016-08-19