Important dates for HU Journalism students:
Do you want to know more about our international programmes? During the ‘Bovenbouw voorlichting’ (see your schedule) in period B we will give a brief introduction. This is followed by a more specific instruction just before the Christmas holidays. In January we organise a question time hour. The exact dates will follow. Questions? E-mail Barbara Geers (email@example.com)
Study Abroad is one of the options to choose as part of your ‘profiling space (30EC)’. You can study at one of our partner universities as part of your third or fourth-year programme.
Each year in October/November the IvM international officer will inform you on the possibilities in an information meeting. The latest Powerpoint presentation used in the meeting can be found here: ‘Voorlichting-GoInternational-2020-2021‘.
In this presentation you can read about study abroad options, procedures, criteria and deadlines. Please make sure you download and read the information in the presentation before you e-mail the International Desk of the School of Journalism (thank you).
Criteria for selection Study Abroad:
- first year certificate (P) + a minimum amount of ECTS required per year (see explanation in ‘Voorlichting-GoInternational-2020-2021‘)
- a completed StudyAbroad-Form (include a motivation and appendices) which you e-mail to the IvM assistant international officer: Mrs. Barbara Geers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- registration in Mobility Online
- availability at the partner university – check the Mobility Online Portal for your options.
Application deadline Study Abroad: 1 February 2021
The International Desk of the School of Journalism will check if you meet the requirements and will select a partner university for you, on the basis of your preferences. The results of the selection procedure will be communicated by the HU International Office. This can take a couple of weeks.
Once selected for Study Abroad:
- seek approval of the exam board (see the AskHU Study Abroad site ‘Course Selection and Learning Agreement Approval‘ for more information and the form)
- check the language requirements (for partner universities only)
- register at your partner university (the HU International Office will assist you)
- check if you need a visa
- apply for funding and/ or a scholarship (visit our Institute for Media main page).
During your 3rd or 4th study year at the School of Journalism you can go on an internship abroad as part of your Practical Semester (‘Praktijksemester’). This internship abroad is not a mandatory part of your programme.
It is up to you to find a place/ organisation or correspondent that meets the requirements set out by the Practical Semester programme. For advice and procedure, you can e-mail the IvM internship office (Praktijkbureau) contactperson Mrs Corien Lassche (email@example.com).
The School of Journalism has funding available for internships outside Europe, within Europe you can apply for Erasmus+ grants (visit our Institute for Media main page).
The School of Journalism offers two specialisations in English.
In academic year 2021-2022 we offer Cross-border Journalism (apply before 1 May) in semester 1 and Arts, Culture & Lifestyle (apply before 1 November) in semester 2.
Each year in February/March, in an information meeting, the coordinator of both specialisations will inform you on the content of the programmes. The latest PowerPoint presentation about Cross-border Journalism can be found here: Info Cross-border Journalism.
Please be aware that we have limited space for SvJ-students in our English taught specialisations as spaces are reserved for incoming exchange, minor and KOM-students.
Therefore, we have a selection procedure to admit SvJ-students to these specialisations.
Please use this entry form to apply (before 1 May) for Cross-border Journalism or to apply (before 1 November) for Arts, Culture & Lifestyle: Entry-Form_Specialisations-English
Once you are selected for this programme you can register for the courses in Osiris.
|Cross-border Journalism||Arts, Culture & Lifestyle|
|Skills & Workshops||JJO-CBJSWENG-20||JJO-ACLSWPENG-20|
|Media & Design Thinking||JJO-CBJMDTENG-20||JJO-ACLMITENG-20|
The School of Journalism offers three international programmes for Minor and KOM students:
1) Cross-border Journalism | application deadline 1 April | use this entry form to apply: Cross-border Journalism entry form Minor and KOM students
2) Arts, Culture & Lifestyle Storytelling | application deadline 1 November | use this entry form to apply: Arts, Culture and Lifestyle Storytelling entry form for Minor and KOM students
3) CampusDoc International | application deadline 1 April | e-mail course coordinator Brian Maston – firstname.lastname@example.org – for more information
The School of Journalism offers three programmes for international exchange students:
1) Cross-border Journalism | application deadline 1 June | use this entry form to apply: Cross-border Journalism entry form Exchange students
2) Arts, Culture & Lifestyle Storytelling | application deadline 1 November | use this entry form to apply: Arts, Culture and Lifestyle Storytelling entry form Exchange students
3) CampusDoc International | application deadline 1 June | e-mail course coordinator Brian Maston – email@example.com – for more information
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Would you like information about funding and scholarships? Please visit our Institute for Media main page.
If you need a proof of English for your study abroad programme, please download English-proficiency, fill in the required information between the [..] and send it to your international officer to sign.
If you need a signature and/or stamp on your OV-form or learning agreement, please send your forms to the IvM assistant international officer: Mrs Barbara Geers (firstname.lastname@example.org). Take note, we do not sign or stamp blank forms.
Contact details School of Journalism – International