This week four students from Utrecht arrived in Hobart to start their first semester at the University of Tasmania.Read More
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This month between March 27 - April 27, our World Rep students currently studying the Europe in the World course in Aarhus, Denmark, are on the road with their fellow colleagues. Travelling in four separate teams to Cyprus, Poland, Romania and Russia, they will explore the changing nature of society and politics in each state, in the hope to better understand how instability, change and recent developments in each state represent Europe as a continent in flux. Take a look: Euroviews and Facebook.
Students in the Europe in the World Program, including six Australian WorldRep students, have arrived in Aarhus, Denmark for their second semester of study. Pictured here at the Welcome Morning Tea.
In November two teaching staff from the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX), Asbjorn Jorgensen and Jesper, visisted the University of Applied Sciences (HU) in Utrecht. There they spoke with Europe in the World students, introducing and preparing students for their next semester at DMJX, and discussed the honours program with other staff at HU.
In September-October 2016 staff from Griffith University and the University of Tasmania visited the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus, and the University of Applied Science (HU) in Utrecht. Here they met with teaching staff, students studying the Europe in the World program, and incoming Dutch students who will be studying in Australian in 2017/2018. We look forward to their arrival!
Last week UTAS hosted two visiting staff, Carien Touwen and John Driedonk, from the HU University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht. Carien is a senior lecturer and the academic coordinator of the Europe in the World course, and John is a senior lecturer in TV broadcasting and multimedia. Some activities included a workshop presented by Carien and John, and a lunch for all Worldrep staff and students.
EU -> AU WORLDREP exchange student Sanni Jensen is one of five Danish exchange students currently studying at the University of Tasmania who were recently presented with Crown Princess Mary Scholarships.Read More