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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 huge variety of projects both inside and outside of the universities.

Initiatives are as varied as the countries students come from. From radio stations to theatre groups, from Danish Christmas functions to competitive football teams, documentary groups to peer-to-peer lectures, the opportunities for interaction and idea development on the programme are limitless.

See the latest student projects:

Egypt Today editor Yasmine Hassan in Paris.

2019.04.23 |

Egypt Today publishes 'Mundus Edition' travel stories

Long weekends around Europe have turned into feature writing opportunities for a few intrepid Mundus Journalism students.

Lisa Lechner, Lars Svensmark and Miriam Karout. Image: Fullbright Commission Belgium.

2019.04.18 |

Young scholars report on media literacy and misinformation

Three Mundus Journalism students recently attended a US-EU young scholars seminar. Here, they share some of their observations and key takeaway points from the three-day event.

Lisa Urlbauer in New York during her internship for the Solutions Journalism Network.

2019.03.11 |

Lisa Urlbauer on a solutions focus for journalism

Meet Lisa Urlbauer, a current Mundus Journalism student in Amsterdam who recently finished an internship in the US with the Solutions Journalism Network (SJN) – an organisation committed to improving journalism around the world through teaching media professionals the art of reporting “the whole story” through free training and resources on what…

Aakriti Dhawan presenting her poster for MeCoDEM

2019.02.20 |

Students produce research as part of international project on Media, Conflict and Democracy

Hamburg students in the class 'MeCoDEM', linked to an international research project of the same name, have shared their research findings in a poster presentation session. Here is an overview of some of the presentations.

On air in Aarhus - the glowing red letters are universal, from professional to student studios. Photo: Kankanit (Gun) Wiriyasajja.

2019.02.19 |

Planet Mundus Radio – On air in Aarhus

Gustav Hoejmark-Jensen on his first live on air broadcast and what makes student radio such a good experience.

2018.12.17 |

Watch: The Mundus Journalism Experience

Our 2018-2020 Bluebook team asked their classmates to describe Mundus Journalism in one word. Here's what they have to say.

2018.12.14 |

A Mundusian Guide to living, studying and working in Amsterdam

In this guide, we cover topics like where to eat, shop and socialise in Amsterdam. We also provide helpful information about housing, working, living costs, visa, banks and health insurance.

2018.12.07 |

Mundusian Guide to Living and Working in Swansea

In this guide, we cover topics like where to eat, shop and socialise in Swansea. We also provide helpful information about housing, working, living costs, visa, banks and health insurance.

2018.11.16 |

Jutland Station – A student driven, online, national news platform

As a Mundus Journalism student starting out in Aarhus, there is a plethora of options for you to flex your journalistic muscles and hone your skills alongside fellow students and seasoned editors. One of these options is Jutland Station, writes Gustav Højmark-Jensen.

Sabeen presenting at IAMCR 2018. Image/supplied.

2018.08.21 |

Presenting and funding research at an international conference: a student reflection

Sabeen Jamil, Mundus Journalism 2015-2017 cohort, presented her Master thesis at IAMCR 2018, in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Sabeen received a conference grant from Hamburg University. Here, she tells about her research, learnings from IAMCR and where to look for travel grants.

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