Author Archives: Alison Haywood
It’s a well-known fact that the 19th and 20th centuries saw unprecedented waves of immigration, with millions of Europeans sailing across the Atlantic ocean to start new lives in the Americas. It is perhaps lesser known that for many of … Continue reading
Ines Drefs can’t get enough of the Mundus program. After graduating in 2009, she keeps returning to Hamburg university – first as a professor, now as a guest lecturer. Drefs visited the Hamburg specialism’s Media, Conflict and Democratization class on … Continue reading
One of the biggest draws of Germany in the wintertime are the different Christmas markets that spring up in almost every town, and Hamburg is no exception. Germany’s second-largest city has dozens of different Christmas markets, all with unique themes … Continue reading
The Career Coaching class of the Hamburg specialism is primarily designed to help students select and pursue different career paths their Mundus degree and professional background have prepared them for. In between CV workshops and practice job interviews are regular … Continue reading
One rainy weekend in October, more than 200 Mundusians from all over the globe gathered together at a conference center in Amsterdam for the first ever Mundus class reunion.
The final course of the first program year in Aarhus, Denmark is Analytical Journalism, which teaches students a specific technique for writing long-form analytical journalistic works. After learning about political science and power struggles, globalisation and new media, the last … Continue reading