Our students' projects

The rich diversity of perspectives and knowledge students bring to the programme makes for a lively atmosphere on and off campus. Mundus Journalism students tend to be very self-motivated and get involved with a huge variety of projects both inside and outside of the universities.

Beyond this, student initiatives are as varied as the countries they come from. From radio stations to theatre groups, from competitive football teams to start-ups. The opportunities for interaction and idea development on the programme are limitless. You can read about the latest projects by our talented students below.

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 |

The opportunity of a lifetime: An exchange in Berkeley

Indonesian student Serla Rusli, Mundus 2015-2017, gives an account of her time studying on a Mundus Journalism exchange place at one of the world's top 10 universities, and shares tips for those thinking of applying for a study-abroad spot.

Photo: Charly Aliaga Kavelin, taken in Colombia by (Mundus Journalism student) Marthe Vee

2016.07.11 |

How being stateless makes you poor

A London graduate's thesis story has been picked up by international magazine Foreign Policy

2016.02.15 |

Semester wraps up for specialisations

Poster presentations finalise the end of semester and the start of thesis preparation for all students at their specialisation universities.

2016.02.01 |

Alumni Profile: Ines Dref

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 |

NY Times Nod to Aarhus

A student has put Aarhus on an international must-visit travel list.

Image: Supplied

2015.11.27 |

Review: In the same boat

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 |

Celebrating our 10th Bluebook

Our renowned Bluebook is back for its 10th incarnation, celebrating the 2015-2017 cohort and a decade of Mundus Journalism.

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