Europe in the World (Aarhus, Denmark and Utrecht, The Netherlands)

All WORLDREP students undertaking exchange from Australia to Europe will participate in the Europe in the World program.

About the Europe in the World program:

The Europe in the World program is co-taught by our two European WORLDREP institutional partners: the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) and the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht (HU).

The program is competitive and attracts students from around the globe. Each year up to 25 international students are selected to participate; so, our WORLDREP exchange students from Australia will have the opportunity to mix and network with students from a range of different home countries and institutions during their exchange.

The program strives to produce graduates with the skills and experience to understand and report on complex cultural, social, environmental, political and economic contexts and issues within Europe. This is achieved through a mixture of traditional classroom and practice-based teaching, field work and independent and student team-based research and practice.

Please note: the Europe in the World program is taught in English.

Where you will study:

The Europe in the World program is co-taught by DMJX and HU and students will divide their time between these two host institutions (and two host countries).

The first half of the exchange is spent at HU in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The second half takes place at DMJX in Aarhus, Denmark. You can read more about the program and what you will study at each location here: http://europeintheworld.com/.

Exchange dates:

  • August 2015 - June 2016 (2015 intake - now closed)
  • August 2016 - June 2017 (2016 intake - now open)
  • August 2017 - June 2018 (2017 intake)

Costs:

There are no course fees for students undertaking the Europe in the World program through the WORLDREP exchange. However there are other study, travel and living costs that should be taken into consideration. For an example of these costs please visit the Europe in the World website at (and scroll down to the heading 'Expected costs'): http://europeintheworld.com/

Study guide:

Download and read the 2015/2016 Europe in the World study guide here.

More information:

The content links below will point you towards some essential information about the Europe in the World program and what you need to go to get ready for it. You should also make sure to visit the Europe in the World website at http://europeintheworld.com/.