Collaborations 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:

Dr. Glenda Cooper leading a two-hour workshop for Dr Catriona Bonfiglioli’s Journalism Major Projects class entitled Confessions of a Features Editor.

2019.09.05 |

Dr. Glenda Cooper shares her experiences from her visit to UTS Sydney

Dr. Glenda Cooper is a Senior Lecturer at City University, this summer she spent time working with our partner university University of Technology Sydney, here she shares her insights from her time spent on the other side of the world.

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 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…

2018.11.30 |

New City Guides for Mundus Journalism Specialisations

What's it like to live and study in Europe on the Mundus Journalism programme? We're sharing insight collected from those who know: our students, alumni and staff based in each city where we offer a specialisation.

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.

2018.11.11 |

Journalists launch multimedia reporting project Capoeira Congo

Fabíola Ortiz and Flavio Forner have just launched the website for their innovative, award winning reporting Capoeira Congo. In this feature Fabíola explains just what it took to bring this ambitious, award-winning project to life - and she shares how she juggled her travels to the Democratic Republic of Congo alongside her Mundus Journalism…

Mundus alumni meet in Hamburg. Photo: Sabine Hoffkamp

2018.08.06 |

Mundus Vision Corner kicks of in Hamburg

Mundus Journalism has an impressive network of 500+ alumni. To connect some of these people, our Hamburg Specialism has started a series of networking sessions for those based in Northern Europe. Here is what happened at the kick off meeting of Mundus Vision Corner in July.

2018.05.17 |

Watch: An insider look at one of Europe's leading journalism industry events

A short video sharing a Mundusian perspective on a day spent networking at Google News Lab and European Journalism Centre's News Impact Summit in Brussels, December 2017.

2018.01.29 |

Successful first Research Workshop in Amsterdam

After an intense day of presentations, comments and vivid discussions, Mundusians wrapped up the first Erasmus Mundus Journalism Research Workshop at the University of Amsterdam.

2017.10.24 |

Mundus Journalism in support of calls for investigation following Journalist's death

Alumni are rallying together to demand justice following the death of their classmate's mother, panama papers investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.

Showing results 1 to 10 of 31

1 2 3 4 Next

Quote icon

Quote from our recent alumni survey
One of my best experiences was working together with a group of other students with a research grant on a global investigative story which eventually was published in SPON in Germany, in Nigeria and Norway. Irreplaceable. Thank you!