News and blog

Below you will find a collection of news highlights from across the Mundus Journalism network. Stories are aggregated here - but you'll also find many them distributed at respective points across the website. 

Read the latest student, staff and alumni news:

2018.12.18 | News

Grazie Antonio, Dziękuję Barto

Following a terrorism act in Strasbourg last week, Alumna and Italian journalist Anna Ferrari reflects on the shared identity many journalists covering the European Union have. "I will keep your reporting dreams alive," Anna writes in tribute to the two journalists killed in the attack, Antonio Megalizzi and Barto Pedro Orent-Niedzielski.

2018.12.17 | Student Showcase, News

Watch: The Mundus Journalism Experience

Our 2018-2020 Bluebook team asked their classmates to describe Mundus Journalism in one word. Here's what they have to say.

2018.12.14 | News, Alumni, Student Showcase

A Mundusian Guide to living, studying and working in Amsterdam

In this guide, we cover topics like where to eat, shop and socialise in Amsterdam. We also provide helpful information about housing, working, living costs, visa, banks and health insurance.

2018.12.07 | News, Student Showcase

Mundusian Guide to Living and Working in Swansea

In this guide, we cover topics like where to eat, shop and socialise in Swansea. We also provide helpful information about housing, working, living costs, visa, banks and health insurance.

2018.11.30 | News

Mundusians Guide to Living and Working in Hamburg

In this guide we cover topics like where to eat, shop and socialise in Hamburg. We also provide helpful information about housing, working, living costs, student grants, banks and health insurance.

2018.11.30 | News, Collaborations

New City Guides for Mundus Journalism Specialisations

What's it like to live and study in Europe on the Mundus Journalism programme? We're sharing insight collected from those who know: our students, alumni and staff based in each city where we offer a specialisation.

Picture Credit: WILPF

2018.11.19 | News

Eastern European Matinee: Media, Gender Realities & Democracy in Conflict

Mundus Journalism in Hamburg hosted a discussion on the role of media in social change and democratisation process in Eastern Europe in September. Here are some highlights from the discussion.

2018.11.16 | News, Student Showcase, Collaborations

Jutland Station – A student driven, online, national news platform

As a Mundus Journalism student starting out in Aarhus, there is a plethora of options for you to flex your journalistic muscles and hone your skills alongside fellow students and seasoned editors. One of these options is Jutland Station, writes Gustav Højmark-Jensen.

2018.11.11 | Alumni, News, Collaborations

Journalists launch multimedia reporting project Capoeira Congo

Fabíola Ortiz and Flavio Forner have just launched the website for their innovative, award winning reporting Capoeira Congo. In this feature Fabíola explains just what it took to bring this ambitious, award-winning project to life - and she shares how she juggled her travels to the Democratic Republic of Congo alongside her Mundus Journalism…

Sabeen presenting at IAMCR 2018. Image/supplied.

2018.08.21 | Research, Student Showcase, Alumni

Presenting and funding research at an international conference: a student reflection

Sabeen Jamil, Mundus Journalism 2015-2017 cohort, presented her Master thesis at IAMCR 2018, in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Sabeen received a conference grant from Hamburg University. Here, she tells about her research, learnings from IAMCR and where to look for travel grants.

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