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 – also 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:

A passion palpable in tears // Fred Bonatto

2016.02.22 |

Deconstructing the ‘visionary’ in journalism

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.

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.

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.

Alumni speak on a careers panel during the Mundus Journalism 10 year anniversary reunion, Amsterdam 2015.

2015.11.03 |

Reunion Reflections

On October 15th and 16th, Mundusians from around the world gathered in Amsterdam to celebrate the programme’s 10th Anniversary. It was an incredibly special few days for students, alumni and faculty members.

2015.05.01 |

Alumni profile: Danielle Batist

In this profile we talk to Dutch alumna Danielle Batist, who runs successful independent journalism training company Journopreneur.

2014.12.18 |

Students bring global perspectives to conferences

It's been a busy few months for several Mundusians, who have been presenting their perspectives on media use at some of the leading communications conferences in Europe and South America.

2014.09.26 |

Visiting faculty testimonial: Mark Schapiro

Read Californian investigative journalist Mark Schapiro's report on his time co-teaching the Mundus Journalism course module Analytical Journalism.

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