The Mundus Journalism Consortium

A collaborative venture

A Collaborative Venture

The Erasmus Mundus programme originates from a long tradition of collaboration in research and teaching between eight European and non-European universities. 

In 2004 this cooperation was taken further and the Mundus Journalism Consortium was established in order to apply to the EU to become an Erasmus Mundus Consortium that could offer a Mundus Master's degree. The application was successful and the Consortium was granted the Erasmus Mundus label in 2005.

Since 2005 the Mundus Journalism Consortium has been offering the 2-year Master's programme: Journalism, Media and Globalisation, which has a track record of more than 500 successful alumni from more than 100 different countries.

The Mundus Journalism Consortium:

Aarhus University   Aarhus University; Denmark

Danish School of Media and Journalism   Danish School of Media and Journalism; Denmark

University of Amsterdam   University of Amsterdam; the Netherlands

Hamburg University   University of Hamburg; Germany

City University London   City, University of London; UK

Swansea University   Swansea University; UK

Pontifica Universidad Católica, Santiago   Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile; Chile

University of California, Berkeley   University of California, Berkeley; USA

University of Technology, Sydney   University of Technology Sydney; Australia