Who we are:
“We” are students from the Danish School of Media and Journalism, following the Europe in the World program, which is a 1 year course offered by the journalism schools in Utrecht, Netherlands and Aarhus, Denmark.
The Euroviews site is where we publish our last journalistic assignments leading up to our Final Exam project. In that sense, it’s not only a showcase, but also our playground, testing lab and training field. The Euroviews workshop implements several multimedia elements and even a print edition which is also visible as a flippage magazine here, online. (The students’ reflection reports, synopses and text analysis and other course related materials are not made public.)
This website contains productions from the classes of 2009/2010, 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 – with 2012/2013 to appear in April 2013.
Theme of April/May 2010: Sustainable energy.
Theme of March 2011: Southern Schleswig, the border region south of the Danish/German border.
Theme of March/April 2011: Borders of Europe (as a 20th anniversary of the Europe in the World program).
Theme of March/April 2012: Eurocrisis for the People.

For contact information, see the contact webpage of the Danish School of Media and Journalism.

The Europe in the World programme will develop your understanding of European and global affairs.
The course aims to provide a grounding in politics, economics and society at the European level with a view to the world. The emphasis is on providing the background knowledge necessary, the tools you must have to become capable journalists and the challenges that allow you to grow personally, intellectually andn professionally. Course aims As a result of this program you can achieve the following goals:

  • Select relevant topics and find relevant angles concerning Europe and the European Union considering the medium and target group
  • Analyze important and relevant developments regarding Europe, the European Union and the individual member-states
  • Working in an international context of news gathering the student should be able to draw up a quality research plan based on the medium, target group, length and deadline
  • Use sources from various cultures in an efficient way through research methods and by contacting oral sources
  • Present research in a journalistic product, in several genres and in at least two media: in print and as a multi-media production
  • Organize journalistic work in a professional way, while planning accurately and communicating effectively with other participants
  • Reflect on ethical aspects of his work and the role of journalism in society and understand the rights and responsibilities of the journalist.
  • Reflect on the quality of his work by evaluating his own work and the work of fellow students.
  • Have an understanding of the basic literature in the various relevant subject areas and be able to reflect on the information and perspectives that it contains.
  • Have the competence to cooperate in a team or editorial setting

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Learn more about Europe In The World – the 1 year programme for advanced undergraduate journalism studies.

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