The Danish School of Journalism is a jewel in the IJI crown. I have had the opportunity to meet several staff, and have observed and taken part in classroom activities. I have also had a tour of the facilities. AUT students Sophie and Tessa joined me for an afternoon coffee between shooting and editing their […]
To help overseas journalism students at AUT or Canterbury universities begin to understand the country, its people and its media, here are some general and academic readings. some basics Wikipedia – there isn’t a better encyclopedia entry, although for more in depth information, Te Ara (a government-managed online encyclopedia) is excellent, for example, for its overview of […]
Sophie Buchan talks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Denmark.
Anuna Nadkarni speaks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Finland.
Kendall Hutt talks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Finland.
DMJX student Niklas Brandt Pedersen talks about his expectations for the upcoming semester in Auckland.
University of Canterbury students Alice Langridge and Sparky Broome talk about their expectations for the upcoming semester in Finland.
By Anne Dyrehauge, DMJX New Zealand is without doubt the most beautiful country I have ever been to. What I bring back with me, however, is much more than a box filled with postcard-worthy pictures. I came to the University of Canterbury as a part of the Inclusive Journalism Initiative (IJI), an EU-Scholarship with a […]