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.

Jutland Station Editorial Team

2014.04.02 |

Mundus students help launch regional news site

Online news magazine Jutland Station has launched in Aarhus, providing some competition in the country's west to Denmark's only other English language news website, The Copenhagen Post

2013.10.02 |

My move to Denmark for journalism with a difference

"If you want to become a journalist, but aren’t prepared to enter the MA treadmill, this may be the course for you," writes student Sam Richardson for journalist resource website Wannabe Hacks.

2013.04.30 |

What Mudus students write about

In order to show what our students are capable of by the end of their courses, and to give prospective students an idea of the topics that Mundus students address, we present here a sample of recent MA thesis topics tackled by students at City, University of London, as well as the Universities of Hamburg and Amsterdam.

2012.01.20 |

Mundus Student wins European Parliament Prize for Journalism

Sara de Melo Rocha has received the Portuguese prize in the radio category

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