News from Apr 15, 2015
After finishing their first term in Saint Petersburg, Russia, the students of the German-Russian double degree program “Global Communication and International Journalism” have now arrived for their second term in Berlin. Prof. Martin Emmer, director of the Institute for Media and Communication Studies welcomed the students in Berlin. He has already taught a class in Saint Petersburg in the first term.
As Prof. Margreth Lünenborg, program director, explained at the welcoming event, this terms input will focus more on theoretical aspects of media and journalism studies. However, practical aspects are also important. Therefore, the students will do an internship in a media company at the end of this term.
During the welcome week in Berlin the students already had the possibility to get to know the quiet big campus of the University. Students of the Students representation of Media and Communication Studies (FSI-PuK) explained and showed them the most important buildings on campus. Furthermore, Melanie Surkau, vice-director of the library of the department, gave some detailed information regarding research opportunities.
Well prepared, the students of the “Global Communication and International Journalism” master program begin their studies now at Freie Universität in Berlin.