Many graduates continue with PHD programmes and contribute to leading journalism scholarship discussions. Others go on to build successful careers at some of the world's top media organisations - including London's Bloomberg, Beijing's Dow Jones, Nairobi's Radio Africa Group and New York's Al Jazeera offices. Others choose to take their Master's qualification and use it in another field - graduates have landed jobs in public relations and communications for many intergovernmental organisations, at journalism and technology start ups, and, among others, at global non-profit companies.
"The Mundus Journalism programme provided me with the tools, expertise and global mindset to adapt to a multicultural organization such as the United Nations. During the programme I learnt how to effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and countries about complex international issues." Fabrizio de Rosa, Italy, Alumnus 2010-2012
Our Alumni network is a pivotal point for drawing all graduates together, regardless of career direction. The purpose of the network is to provide a platform for connecting, reconnecting, building professional contacts, sharing job opportunities and continuing industry discussions that the Mundus Journalism programme fosters during the two years students participate in it. It's a small but powerful group of professionals that, together, spans the world.
As part of our ongoing commitment to alumni, we also keep in contact via a biannual newsletter and run an ongoing profile series documenting the successes of our graduates.