$17,000 scholarship

Students receive a AUD $17,000 scholarship to assist with the travel and living costs associated with going on exchange.

Double degrees

Students are awarded double degrees (without any additional study). Students receive their home institution degree plus a Bachelor of Journalism from the Danish School of Media and Journalism.

2 semesters; 2 countries

Students are enrolled in the "Europe in the World" program and live and study in two countries across two semesters.

What you will study

For one year, you dig deeper into European affairs by living and studying in two countries, travelling to various European locations and producing a variety of journalistic products.
— http://europeintheworld.com/

Europe in the World website

Visit the "Europe in the World" website at www.europeintheworld.com to find out more about where you will live and what you will study. 

Study guide

The 2015-2016 Europe in the World Study Guide is available to download here [PDF].

What to expect

During your exchange you will study with two institutions (and in two countries). Each institution provides information and advice for international exchange students about what to expect.

HU International - http://www.international.hu.nl/

DMJX International - http://www.dmjx.dk/international

How to apply

Key dates

  • Applications due: 15 April 2016
  • Interviews: 20-21 April 2016
  • Successful applicants notified: 22-25 April 2016
  • Online application to host institution due: 01 May 2016

Application procedure

  1. Application assessment and ranking by School
  2. Interviews with short-listed applicants
  3. Provisional approval by host institution (exchange is not guaranteed)
  4. Online application to host institution
  5. Formal acceptance/offer made by host institution

Application form

Download the information and application form via the links below. The application form contains important information about what to submit with your application (in addition to the application form itself).

Advice and help

Go Global with your Griffith University degree!
— https://www.griffith.edu.au/international/global-mobility/outbound/exchange-news-events

Griffith Global Mobility offers a range of support and advice including regular information sessions and one-on-one consultations with Global Mobility Advisors. The information session covers the essential topics which you can then follow-up with an individual consultation. Visit the Griffith Global Mobility website at: https://www.griffith.edu.au/international/global-mobility/outbound to find out more.

Current students

There are six students from Australia currently studying in the "Europe in the World" course as part of the WORLDREP exchange program.

Click on the video below to hear their thoughts about what they like most about being on exchange, what they miss from home, and whether or not they think you should apply. 

Student profiles