Exchange students apply to study at JIBS through their home university. Once selected by their home university, they are required to apply to JIBS on-line.
Applications are due at JIBS by May 1 for students wishing to begin studies in August (autumn/fall semester) and by November 1 for students wishing to begin studies in January (spring semester). The application documents must reach JIBS by these deadlines.
Exchange students are required to apply to JIBS online. The home university should nominate the students before the application deadlines, by providing the JIBS' interantional office with the following
The coordinator at the home university will then be provided with the usernames and passwords for their students. The students are then required to fill out all the information requested in the application online such as personal information, choice of courses, and so forth. The students must print out the confirmation of choice of courses, have it signed by the coordinator at their home university, and then mail it to the JIBS international coordinator together with the transcript of academic records before the application deadline. These documents must reach JIBS by the application deadline. JIBS will mail the students' letters of acceptance as soon as we receive the documents mentioned above.
JIBS' contact for incoming exchange students is: Monika Pavlovic
P.O. Box 1026
Visiting address: Gjuterigatan 5
SE-551 11 Jönköping
The general prerequisites for all exchange students are the following:
1.One year of completed university studies within business administration, economics, informatics, law, or political science for bachelor level students.
2.The equivalency of a bachelor degree of at least 3 years (180 ECTS credits) in length for master level students.
3.Fluency in English equivalent to a TOEFL score of at least 575 with at least 4,5 in ”Written test (TWE)” (paper based), 213 with at least 4,0 in ”Essay Rating” (computer-based) or 90 with at least 20 in ”Written test (TWE) (internet based). IELTS: with an overall band score of 6.5 and no part under 5.5.
The language of study is English. The home institution is responsible for insuring the fluency in English of the students. Students without the adequate level of English run the risk of failing the courses.