Below you will find a collection of highlights from across the Mundus Journalism network. Links to stories written by our students, profiles of alumni and think-pieces about their take on journalism, media and globalisation, reports from staff who have been awarded scholarships to travel and network with our consortium partners, and the occasional news story. There stories are aggregated here - you'll also find many them distributed at respective points across the website.
2016.02.01 | Alumni, Collaborations, Student Showcase
In this alumni profile student Alison Hayward speaks to alumna and Hamburg guest lecturer Ines Drefs about why, since graduating in 2009, she's kept returning to the north of Germany.
2016.01.09 | News, Student Showcase
A student has put Aarhus on an international must-visit travel list.
2016.01.07 | News, Staff Reports
After 10 years serving the Mundus Journalism programme, founding staff member and Chair of the Board Hans-Henrik Holm is stepping down. He is replaced at the start of this year by another long-serving Mundusian, Associate Professor Henrik Bødker, whom we warmly welcome to the team.
2015.11.27 | Student Showcase
When she's not writing essays about globalisation and world order, student Sara Abbasi volunteers for Danish NGO Crossing Borders. Through this she recently helped to organise a panel discussion in Aarhus called In the Same Boat, which brought together refugees, academics and students to discuss Europe's ongoing refugee crisis. Here she profiles…
2015.11.19 | Student Showcase, News, Graduate Profiles
Our renowned Bluebook is back for its 10th incarnation, celebrating the 2015-2017 cohort and a decade of Mundus Journalism.
2015.11.03 | News, Student Showcase, Alumni
On October 15th and 16th, Mundusians from around the world gathered in Amsterdam to celebrate the programme’s 10th Anniversary. It was an incredibly special few days for students, alumni and faculty members.
2015.10.01 | Alumni
In this profile Polish alumna we discuss with Ula Papajak how her career has progressed from writing long-form stories to using her journalism knowledge to help build a global, grassroots climate change advocacy network.
2015.09.02 | Student Showcase
The Mundus Collection 2015 is now live - featuring long-form journalism with global resonance.
2015.09.01 | Research, Staff Reports
In this Erasmus Mundus visiting scholar report Andreas Schuck, University of Amsterdam, reports on his trip to University of Technology Sydney (UTS) from June 23rd to July 14th 2015.
2015.08.26 | News, Research, Staff Reports
University of Hamburg's Dr Wiebke Loosen will use a grant from Google to continue investigating new methods of generating news from online comments.