Jönköping University

Jönköping University
School of Health and Welfare
Department of Natural Science and Biomedicine
Box 1026 (Barnarpsgatan 39) SE-55111

Erasmus Co-ordinator

Lucie Weissova and Heidi Woodhouse Schmit (International Relations Manager)



International Co-ordinator of the Radiographer-education

Berit Møller Christensen (Radiographer and Senior lecturer)


Student accommodation:

All new international students are guaranteed accommodation and pick-up service, provided that they apply for accommodation correctly and announce their arrival in time.

App. Cost of living:
Cost of living per month including food, accommodation, transport, literature): Approximately 8000 s.kr.

  • A meal in the Hospital or School canteen 65-85 s.kr.
  • A lunch in a restaurant 90 s.kr.
  • A beer in a restaurant 70 s.kr.
  • A liter of milk in a supermarket 12 s.kr.
  • A cup of coffee in a restaurant 30 s.kr.
  • A bread loaf 30 s.kr.
  • A cinema ticket 125 s.kr.

More information: https://ju.se/en/study-at-ju/accommodation-and-arrival.html

Own equipment to bring:
Your personal belongings, working shoes, padlock for your closet in clinic, computer etc.

Travel information:
You get to Jönköping by flight to Axamo, Jönköping Airport which is the closest airport. It is also possible to travel by flight to Kastrup, Copenhagen Airport from where you can go by train to Jönköping. From Arlanda, Stockholm Airport you can choose to go by either train or bus. Another alternative is Landvetter, Gothenburg Airport, from where you catch a bus to Jönköping.

The railway-station and buss-station is situated in the city-center of Jönköping.

The School of Health and Welfare is situated in the City-center. Distance between the school and the County Hospital is 5 km and buses depart app. every 15 minutes from the City-center. Monthly ticket, for you as a student, can be purchased for 510 s.kr. for use within the City-center.

Information about clinical placement:
Three Hospitals are situated within the County of Jönköping: The County-hospital of Jönköping, Värnamo Hospital and Eksjö Hospital. All of those Hospitals have a modern Radiology Department containing CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography and emergency. Angiography is only available in Jönköping.

As a student enrolled in the Erasmus Radiography Programme, you will do 6 weeks of clinical placement, including a variety of specialities. During that time you will be provided with working-clothes and a nametag, but you need to bring your own working-shoes.

Medical certificate and insurance:
Medical certificate of health condition is required, including the statement of you as a student not being a carrier of MRSA.

You are also required to bring a personal Certificate of regime of Health Protection in Europe. Health care is free of charge for students holding this card.

Travel insurance is student’s responsibility.

Radiation monitoring:
The Radiology Departments within the County of Jönköping operate according to ALARA and do not equip staff with radiation monitoring. This is the responsibility of your home Institution, if required.

Erasmus Curriculum

Radiography – Reporting and Image Processing at Acute Injuries in the Skeleton, 20 credits

  COURSE SYLLABUS – ERG kursplan VT-21

(updated 2/4/2020)