Below you can find a selection of stories and profiles that explore experiences, trace career paths and impart wisdom from our alumni who live and work all over the globe. We would love to make a portrait of each and every one of our 500+ alumni and this is something we're working on. If you would like to talk to us about being profiled, or want to suggest an alumni that we should profile, please contact us.
We are so exited to share that Frederik Fischer (Mundus Journalism alumne 2009-11) has launched a new start up - CONGRATULATIONS! Please find an introduction and a call for contributors below:
Lundus, an online professional networking platform developed for and by Mundus Journalism alumni, is now available to use.
The new book features 58 essays, including several from Mundus Journalism staff and alumni - and is co-edited by a graduate of the Hamburg specialisation.
Building this website has been a grassroots effort. To choose the homepage image, we went into our photo archive from the Mundus Journalism 10 year anniversary reunion in Amsterdam, 2015. Here, student Freja Eriksen tells us what was going on in this moment, where she was captured chatting with lecturer and alumnus Teke Ngomba.
Following the success of Juliana Guarany's bid for a German Chancellor Fellowship, we see how her project has developed - and how it's led to a student/graduate collaboration.
A looming thesis deadline, several trips around Europe while studying abroad and a stop over in Italy have - several years later - led to the successful completion of a feature length documentary premiering on Netflix today.
Alumna and now lecturer at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Paulette Desormeaux Parra, reports on her scholar exchange to London and Amsterdam, where she focused on networking for her investigative journalism projects.
Following an emotional reunion of media professionals from around the world, Photojournalist and 2013-2015 alumnus Fred Bonatto reflects on what it means to practice good journalism in a globalised, networked society.
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.
Our renowned Bluebook is back for its 10th incarnation, celebrating the 2015-2017 cohort and a decade of Mundus Journalism.