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.
2015.01.08 | Alumni
A tip off from a former Mundusian, a background in financial journalism, and an ability to digest complex information in a timely manner are all elements that have helped Guilherme Kfouri in his work so far.
2014.12.18 | Student Showcase, Collaborations
It's been a busy few months for several Mundusians, who have been presenting their perspectives on media use at some of the leading communications conferences in Europe and South America.
2014.11.28 | Student Showcase
Students from the University of Amsterdam report back on their field trip to Brussels as part of the Media and Politics specialism.
2014.11.01 | Alumni
In this alumni profile Italian Fabrizio de Rosa discusses his work as a public relations specialist for a UN agency, and lays a case for why journalism experience is relevant to this role.
2014.10.20 | Student Showcase
101 students, 48 nationalities, 35 stories: This is the Mundus Collection 2014.
2014.10.14 | News
A unique new degree-awarding format has been introduced for Multimedia Business Reporting graduates at City University.
2014.09.26 | Staff Reports, Collaborations
Read Californian investigative journalist Mark Schapiro's report on his time co-teaching the Mundus Journalism course module Analytical Journalism.
2014.09.22 | Student Showcase
Student journalist and activist Faten Bushehri is putting a spotlight on media censorship in Bahrain
2014.09.01 | Alumni
In this alumni profile Czech Veronika Pitrova explains how studying with journalists from around the world has impacted her career.
2014.07.15 | Alumni
She said she would develop an app that maps and tracks feminist initiatives around the world. The world's most influential woman has agreed to let her do.