GEJI at the COPs

We were in Copenhagen, see gejiweb.org/cop15
And in 2010 and 2011, we checked how media and politicians changed their ambitions on Climate Change from Cop15 to Cop16 and Cop17 - read more.


Special GEJI reports:

BEYOND KYOTO - 25 international students covering a scientific conference, March 2009.
PLASTIC BAGS - students around the world exploring plastic bag usage, March-June 2009.
AFTER COP15 - investigating how media and NGOs change ambitions for the UN climate conferences.


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University of Tasmania, Hobart


Welcome to UTAS, the University of Tasmania.

Journalism, Media and Communications at UTAS equips students to critically analyse Australian and international media from a variety of perspectives and for work in the media industries.

Students study a range of relevant media theory and research methods and are introduced to the practical skills of writing, [...]

Monash University, Melbourne

Welcome to Monash Journalism!


The largest in Australia: Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, offers the largest and most stimulating undergraduate journalism program in Australia. It combines a practice-based approach with rigorous professional and intellectual standards. Students are taught by journalists who are at the top of their field, including permanent staff who [...]

Sámi University College, Norway

The Helsinki / Kautokeino partnership runs its GEJI course partly in Helsinki, capital city of Finland and partly in the Sami capital Kautokeino in Northern Norway.

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The Kautokeino part:

Welcome to Kautokeino! First – take a look at the Ealat-project, being used as a basis for the GEJI course in Kautokeino. [...]

Danish School of Media and Journalism

Welcome to the Danish School of Media Journalism (DSMJ)!

We are the oldest and largest of the higher educational institutions offering journalism education in Denmark, and have well-established contacts and strategical partnerships both nationally and internationally.

photo by Anders Hviid

At the school various centres for journalism, further education and research are established.


University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)


Welcome to UTS Journalism


UTS Journalism offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in journalism as well as combined degrees with law and international studies.

It caters for all types of journalism students, from school leavers to experienced journalists who want to develop [...]

Murdoch University, Perth, Australia

Welcome to Murdoch University. The university is named after author and philosopher Sir Walter Murdoch. The university opened in 1974. Murdoch University has close to 15 000 students of which 3000 are international students. Take a tour of the Campus.

Jornalism at Murdoch: Journalism at Murdoch has a focus on investigative reporting. Reporting the [...]

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


AUTH offers GEJI courses only in the spring semester, which means 01 March till 31 May (plus the exam period in June).





Aristotle University is now using e-registration for incoming students.

In order to register, students you need to visit this link:



During on-line registration, [...]

City University, London

City University London’s Department of Journalism is the premier journalism school in Britain. The Guardian Media Guide describes it and the Cardiff School of Journalism as “the Oxbridge of journalism schools”. It has developed international prestige, through exchanges with universities in Australia, Canada, Spain, The Netherlands Denmark and Hong Kong. The department has been [...]

Slugs are a threat to the global ecosystem

The infamous killer slug poses not only a threat to your garden plants or herbs, but is considered a member of a large group of invasive alien species, who can cause havoc to the ecosystem, increasing the threat of global biodiversity loss.

Journalism student Thorsten Weitling explores the [...]

Sweden back on the nuclear bandwagon

Chernobyl proved that there is no room for mistakes when it comes to nuclear power:

The waste is deadly, will last longer than the human species to date and there is no guarantee that current storage methods are foolproof.

However, few dispute that climate change is upon us, and alternatives to coal produced electricity are [...]