Stories from our network

Here you will find a collection of news highlights from across the Mundus Journalism network. Many of the stories below can also be found at respective points across the website. 

Read the latest student, staff and alumni news:

2020.02.18 | Alumni

Mundus Journalism receives nearly 400 applications for 2020-2022 intake

Mundus Journalism is delighted to announce that we have received nearly 400 applications, from applicants from 89 different countries, for our 2020-2022 intake of students. 

Dr. Monika Pater is working on a research project that will tell us more about what Mundusians do after the programme.

2020.01.28 | Staff

Monika Pater on Understanding Mundusians' Life Choices and Career Decisions After Mundus Journalism

Dr. Monika Pater, who teaches on the Hamburg specialisation, shares insights from her ongoing research project to identify factors that are instrumental in Mundus Journalism students’ life choices, career and migration decisions.

The Nordic Youth Media Days will take place in Copenhagen this year from the 15th - 19th April, applications are open until 15th January.

2020.01.08 | Alumni, Target groups

Mie Olsen on why you should apply for the Nordic Youth Media Days

Mundus alumna Mie Olsen graduated from our London specialisation in 2018. Here she tells us why she got involved with planning the Nordic Youth Media Days, and why you should apply to take part this year.

Filip Láb is the Erasmus Mundus Journalism coordinator at Charles University

2020.01.07 | Future students

Filip Láb on Charles University's new specialisation 'Totalitarianism and Transition'

Charles University, Prague joined the Mundus Consortium this year! So, this is the first time that applicants can apply to study in Prague for their second year! To find out more about our new partner - Charles University, the faculty of social sciences and the new course on offer, we sat down with Filip Láb - the Erasmus Mundus Journalism…

Teresa Weikmann recently joined the University of Amsterdam as a Lecturer at the College of Communication.

2019.12.19 | Mundus Journalism, Alumni, News

Teresa Weikmann on how to publish your Master’s Thesis in a peer reviewed journal

Teresa Weikmann - Mundus alumna and teacher at the University of Amsterdam - shares tips on how students can publish their research in accredited research journals.

2019.12.19 | Future students

Mundus Students Participate in Investigative Journalism Workshop

On an overcast Thursday morning, nearly fifty students of the Erasmus Mundus Master “Journalism, Media and Globalisation” flocked to the Danish School of Media and Journalism in eager anticipation, ready to start the Bellingcat-inspired workshop. Lisa Ossenbrink reports.

2019.12.19 | Future students

Kaukab Tahir Shairani reflects on Mundus Journalism's first ever Bellingcat inspired workshop.

On the 5th December, around 50 Mundus students took part in the very first Bellingcat-inspired workshop, Kaukab Tahir Shairani reflects on the day's events.

Andreas Schuck is the Erasmus Mundus Journalism coordinator in Amsterdam and he teaches on the programme too.

2019.12.18 | Future students

Andreas Schuck on the University of Amsterdam's remodelled 'Politics and Communication' specialisation

The University of Amsterdam has been a long-standing partner on the Erasmus Mundus Journalism Programme from the very beginning. After remodelling their ‘Politics and Communication’ specialisation for the 2020 intake of Mundusians, we caught up with Andreas Schuck - the Erasmus Mundus Journalism coordinator in Amsterdam to find out what the next…

Dr. Alice Nemcova Tejkalova is the first female Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University, she will be teaching second year Mundus students in Prague.

2019.12.13 | Staff Reports

Dr. Alice Nemcova Tejkalova on Charles University's New Course to Train Mundusians in Cross-Platform Foreign Correspondence

This year is the first time that Mundusians can apply to study for their second year in Prague. We caught up with Dr. Alice Nemcova Tejkalova, the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences to find out about her new course which will train Mundusians to become cross-platform foreign correspondents.

2019.12.09 | Alumni

Aaron McKinnon on making a career in Science Communication at the European Commission

After graduating from Hamburg specialisation in 2018, Aaron McKinnon launched his career as a Science Communication Supervisor at European Commission's Joint Research Centre in Italy. In this interview, Aaron tells Mundus Journalism how combining knowledge from the worlds of social sciences and communication with science is creating more…

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