JOURNALISM, MEDIA AND GLOBALISATION

Introduction

Internationally oriented journalism

The Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Journalism, Media and Globalisation is a master's degree that offers a unique educational experience with students studying and living in at least two European countries.

Students learn to combine academic, theoretical knowledge with journalistic skills, and to analyse, interpret and generate knowledge about the global changes that increasingly challenge traditional boundaries between media, politics, technology and culture.

Learn at leading institutions

The programme has been granted the EU’s Erasmus Mundus label. Students spend their first year jointly between Aarhus University — taught by faculty from both the Department of Political Science and the Department of Information and Media Studies — and the highly respected Danish School of Media and Journalism.

In year two, the programme  splits into four specialisms, offered by some of Europe’s leading universities. This allows students to customise their studies in the following areas:

  • Media and Politics at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands
  • Business & Finance Journalism at City University in London, UK
  •  Comparative and Transcultural Approaches at the University of Hamburg in Germany
  •  War and Conflict at University of Swansea in Wales

This is just af brief introduction to the study. Follow the link and read much more about the Erasmus Mundus.

Please note that the application deadline is the 10th of January

Read, print and be inspired

Download and print a short presentation of the MA programme in Journalism, Media and Globalisation 2018.

Admission requirements

To be admitted to the Erasmus Mundus Journalism degree programme, you must have a Bachelor’s degree with good marks in a humanistic or social sciences discipline, or a Bachelor's degree in journalism.

The Erasmus Mundus Journalism degree programme places emphasis on the ability to reflect on journalism. It is therefore a requirement that you have a minimum of three months’ experience as a journalist before commencing the degree programme.

Language Requirements

The Erasmus Mundus degree programme requires good knowledge of English, i.e. a IELTS Band Score of at least 7.0.

Application

Commencement date: 1 September

Application deadline: 10 January

Read about admission to the Erasmus Mundus programme here

Programme structure

Academic regulations


 

Student life

As an Erasmus Mundus student, you can expect a cultural experience both inside the classroom and out. The programme brings students from all around the world together in Aarhus, where they join a tight-knit community of inspired and talented young professionals.

For those that want to participate in student media, the Jutland Station provides excellent practical experience. You’ll have an opportunity to cover everything from politics to culture to sports in Aarhus from an international perspective. At the Jutland Station, students can build skills in print, photo, video and radio reporting as well as gaining editing experience across platforms.

The Blue Book team is an exciting opportunity for students in first semester. This committee gives students a chance to interview their classmates and present their diverse group of peers to the world. To see past editions click here.

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Career

As well as working as reporters, our graduates go on to have successful careers as academics, communications consultants, media development professionals, PR consultants, political scientists and communication specialists at non-profit organisations among other professions.     

Graduates are eligible to apply for PhD programmes at Aarhus University and elsewhere.

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Career guidance

Please contact the Student Counselling Office for advice about employment opportunities and the subject profile options of your degree programme.

You can read more about the career services that are available from Arts Karriere who provide information about employment opportunities as well as arranging various events and workshops.