A list of our international partners and info about our staff exchange programme
DMJX is proud to have a range of very good international partners to match the work with common project and mobility activities.
During the last 30 years we have built up strong strategic partnerships around the world and collaborated in many projects within research and development. Strong funding bodies to support the work have been the European Commission especially with the Erasmus programme, and the Nordic Council of Ministers with the Nordplus programme.
The projects help to further develop the curricula for our nine BA courses to include the international semester programmes for both our own students and exchange students. Semester programmes and projects have also initiated staff mobility.
Research and development projects are planned to take place within our Maker Spaces and the five new centers, and to further develop the nine BA courses:
We invite our partners to take part in both future projects and staff exchange, and look forward to continuing to be part of the consortium of the Erasmus Mundus Masters Journalism, Media and Globalisation (Mundus Journalism).
Our discussions about the massive change journalism face as it struggles to reinvent itself for a new generation is a rich source of knowledge, that I regularly draw upon as a teacher and researcher.
Professor Verica Rupar Auckland University of Technology and President of the World Journalism Education Congress
We have had valuable exchanges of ideas and approaches to solving pressing problems of journalism around the world. I have built strong friendships with colleagues from DMJX, met their families, and learned so much from them about Danish culture and politics
Jad Melki, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Journalism and Media Studies Institute of Media Research and Training, Lebanese American University
Universities and educational institutions with whom the Danish School of Media and Journalism has an agreement of exchange of students and teachers.
NOTE: There are different partners for the nine different educational programmes:
Journalism, Photojournalism, Corporate Communication, Creative Communication, Graphic Design, TV and Media Production, Media Production and Management, Interactive Design, Photographic Communication.
The list below is the list of all partners with an exchange agreement.
Republic of Korea
Partner Project Examples
Enhancing Constructive Journalism on Social Media through Dialogue based Storytelling
Dialogue as a key modality of social media calls for developing Dialogue Based Journalism both as a tool to enhance the connection between journalism and citizens in general and to enhance the solution oriented Constructive Journalism. Objectives of the project:
Partners of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project are DMJX (lead), Windesheim University, HdM Stuttgart and media partners (2019-2022)
Europe and Australia in the World - Reporting Political, Environmental and Social Change (2014-2018)
WORLDREP is an undergraduate dual degree programme in journalism. It fosters graduates with the capacity to communicate events, issues and risks during a period of rapid change, and who understand diverse political, environmental and social contexts.
Partners of the EU-Australia programme project are DMJX (EU Lead), Utrecht University of Applied Science, University of Tasmania (AUS Lead), Griffith University and media partners.
Studios & Innovation Networks for Future Design Careers (2014-2017)
INTERACT is an undergraduate mobility programme in Interaction Design, a transdisciplinary field of design practice including communication design and interactive media. The unique programme formalises the use of studio based activities, new generation design tools and work on real life projects within the design industry in cross cultural settings.
Partners of the EU-Australia programme project are London College of Communication (lead), DMJX, Queensland University of Technology, RMIT Melbourne AUS (Lead) and industry partners. (2014-2017)