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Collaborations

At all levels and in all directions

At all levels and in all directions

Collaboration leads to innovation, engagement, creativity, and fulfillment. Collaboration within Mundus Journalism takes place at all levels and in all directions: Between staff at all the different universities, among students and between students, staff and alumni. The Mundus family – as we call ourselves – connect and collaborate with the media world across the globe.

In order to facilitate collaboration the Mundus Journalism Consortium supports an interchange of knowledge and cooperative research between the Consortium's institutions via staff exchange and staff visits. In our Staff section you can read reports related to this activity. Our student and alumni further form a unique network that has created projects across borders and year groups.

How we collaborate:

2016.11.21 |

A new podcast for entrepreneurs

Two second-year students have joined forces with a university network in London to produce a business-oriented podcast.

2016.11.15 |

Student profile: Haseena Manek

Building this website has been a grassroots effort. To the collect photos we put out a brief to students in each specialisation. Here, we share a small profile of the photojournalists whose pitches were successful.

2016.11.01 |

Website credits: A collaborative, grassroots effort

We're pleased to announce the launch of our new website and like any good Oscar speech - there are a few people to thank

2016.11.01 |

Student profile: Pedro Barreto

Building this website has been a grassroots effort. To help provide insight into what it's like to live and study at some of our specialisations, we asked the people who know best: Our students. Here, we profile Pedro Barreto, who kindly helped us shape the London section of the website.

2016.11.01 |

Freja and Teke: The story behind the photo

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.

2016.10.27 |

Student Profile: Giang Pham

Building this website has been a grassroots effort. To the collect photos we put out a brief to students in each specialisation. Here, we share a small profile of the photojournalists whose pitches were successful.

2016.10.27 |

Student profile: Serla Rusli

Building this website has been a grassroots effort. To the collect photos we put out a brief to students in each specialisation. Here, we share a small profile of the photojournalists whose pitches were successful.

2016.10.20 |

Student profile: Teresa Weikmann

Building this website has been a grassroots effort. To the collect photos we put out a brief to students in each specialisation. Here, we share a small profile of the photojournalists whose pitches were successful.

FemMap logo

2016.10.15 |

Innovative mapping project documents feminist activity around the world

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.

2016.09.01 |

Scholar report: Paulette Desormeaux Parra

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.

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