"Naturally, going halfway around the world as an exchange student is more than just education. And I want the full experience of an Australian university student. To the degree that my education allows it, I intend to immerse myself fully in the local community. And I expect to learn just as much about Australia playing football with the Griffith Hawks, going out with friends or joining the chess club as I do during the courses. And I reckon it will be easier for me to share my experiences from Denmark in those settings as well. That is why I am committed to getting the full experience, at least as full as my studies allow."
Simon will be joining the Bachelor of Journalism with Honours program at Griffith University in 2016.
"The theoretical approach to journalism and reporting is interesting to me and looking over the courses of the program has sparked my enthusiasm. I would love to explore my field further and sincerely believe that my views could benefit the course."
Kasper will be joining the Bachelor of Journalism with Honours program at Griffith University in 2016.
"By gaining a new vantage point I will be able to better navigate and understand the world of the future. Like everything else journalism is getting still more global, and what affects one place might ripple to different continents altogether."
Anders will be joining the Bachelor of Arts with Honours (Journalism, Media and Communications) program at the University of Tasmania in 2016.
Reading about WORLDREP in 2015, I was immediately onboard with the program. I had always known that I would do what I could to go out as an exchange student. I remember my very first day at the Danish School of Media and Journalism. We, the new students, were told to come up with questions about the school and figure out who to talk to in order to get answers. The only question on my mind was ‘How can I get out of here?’. On exchange, I meant of course.