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.

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2015.11.27 |

Review: In the same boat

When she's not writing essays about globalisation and world order, student Sara Abbasi volunteers for Danish NGO Crossing Borders. Through this she recently helped to organise a panel discussion in Aarhus called In the Same Boat, which brought together refugees, academics and students to discuss Europe's ongoing refugee crisis. Here she profiles…

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.

2015.09.02 |

Globalisation is you: Stories from across the world

The Mundus Collection 2015 is now live - featuring long-form journalism with global resonance.

2015.02.11 |

Mundus journalists launch global news podcast

In the Planet Mundus podcast, international current affairs are discussed and analysed by a team of young reporters from around the world.

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.

Group shot of the Amsterdam Mundusians in Brussels, November 2014

2014.11.28 |

Erasmus Mundus students visit the European Commission

Students from the University of Amsterdam report back on their field trip to Brussels as part of the Media and Politics specialism.

2014.10.20 |

The Mundus Collection

101 students, 48 nationalities, 35 stories: This is the Mundus Collection 2014.

2014.09.22 |

Bahrain in Focus

Student journalist and activist Faten Bushehri is putting a spotlight on media censorship in Bahrain

2014.07.14 |

Exploring journalism and study culture abroad

Each year, several students have the opportunity to take their second semester abroad. Having already traveled to Aarhus for the first semester, and being signed up for one of the specialisations already, attending this third university makes for a truly global master’s programme experience.

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