Call for advanced undergraduates and young professionals for journalism programme

Deadline: May 1st 2019


Europe in the World (EitW) combines theoretical classes about political and cultural topics with newsrooms in which you work as professional correspondents.Understanding Europe through reading, writing, travelling and living in two European countries is what EitW is all about. You will also have the opportunity of working in other European countries.

Theoretical classes

The Utrecht part concentrates on Europe and the European Union: its politics, culture and identity, social economic structure and relevant policies and legislation. The Utrecht part of the programme provides you with the theoretical framework, contextualized within the journalism profession.


In order to publish on and analyze the European Union it is important journalists are aware of its structure and what are  powers determining  policies in Brussels. The historical context is necessary to understand the current situation and helps journalists to see patterns in EU development. European Politics is one of the three core courses together with European Economics and European Law.


Each course is assessed with a mix of individual and group assignments.


In Aarhus the focus of the programme changes, the perspective becomes wider: from Europe to the world. The position of Europe in the world will be discussed in various lectures and assignments with focus on foreign policy and euro reporting.


Starting from definitions of foreign policy, globalisation and the world agenda, the course moves on to the foreign policy of powers like the US, United Kingdom, Germany, China – still linked to current affairs and the role of Europe.


Entry requirements

This programme is aimed at advanced students in Journalism, Communication or Media Studies and young professionals. You need to show:

  • Existing journalistic skills, either through education or work (at least two years of studies completed successfully, professional experience is a plus);
  • Proven interest in international reporting;
  • TOEFL score 550 paper based, or 213 computer based, or 80 internet based, or IELTS score 6.5.


Please note: this programme has a selection procedure. To read more about the application procedure and to apply, visit the official website.