Jonkoping International Business School
Jonkoping, Sweden (Outgoing Program)
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|Restrictions:||OU applicants only|
|Program Type:||University Exchange||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Housing Type:||Apartments||Minimum GPA:||2.5|
|Non-English Language Learning Option(s):||Swedish||Study Abroad Adviser:||Jennifer Grover|
|Language Category:||Language Category B||Study Level:||Graduate, Undergraduate|
- Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), located in the south of Sweden, is part of Jönköping University.
- JIBS has the largest study abroad program of any Swedish business school!
- JIBS has more courses in English than any other business school in the country!
- 2.5 Combined Retained GPA
- Passport (valid through six months after return from study abroad)
- 2 Recommendation Letters from any OU Professor
- Host University Application in Phase 3
- Residence Permit
JIBS offers courses in business, law, economics, foreign languages and political science. Courses can be viewed here. Click here to see a current list of courses in English.
To see courses previously taken by OU students at JIBS and their OU equivalents click the following link: Jonkoping International Business School - Course Equivalency Information
Fall Semester: August - January
Spring Semester: January - June
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Since this program is a University Exchange program you will pay OU tuition/fees to the OU Bursar and housing/meals/living expenses to JIBS.
Use this Jonkoping International Business School Budget Estimate to help you plan for study abroad and compare programs!
There are number of scholarships available for study abroad students. Below is a partial list to get you started!
- Presidential International Travel Fellowship - need based scholarship for airfare
- Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship - a nationally competitive award for Pell grant recipients
Accommodation is guaranteed for exchange students as long as they apply before the deadline. The university does not own housing facilities itself, but rents apartments and rooms from the city and private housing companies. Foreign students apply for housing with the university system through the university's central administration services. There is a housing coordinator who helps with this process.
Start by attending a Study Abroad 101 information session to learn the basics about study abroad as well as your next steps. Then, schedule an appointment with the study abroad adviser for Sweden to move on to Phase 2!
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