Undergraduate Courses

(1) ΔΗ 4900 Reporting the EU: Trends and Developments

  1. Journalism and the media landscape in Europe
  2. Obstacles in reporting news of the European Union and the influence of national interests
  3. The EU in the national and transnational news agenda

See Syllabus1https://www.facebook.com/groups/1168887043157913/?notif_t=added_to_group_reminder&notif_id=1475751420155902

(2) ΔΗ 5000 EU for Journalists: Policies and Policy-Making

The aim of this course is to help students understand the institutional dynamics surrounding the EU, and in so doing, not only help to close the gap of their knowledge on the history, objectives and achievements of the EU’s policies, but also to help them keep up with the pace of decision making and policies in the EU.  

See Syllabus2https://www.facebook.com/groups/1212070098920532/?ref=bookmarks

Student, Presentations, https://www.facebook.com/groups/1212070098920532/

Students also developed a blog entitled, https://euinsightblog.wordpress.com


Post-graduate Courses

(3) Ε 212 Communicating European Integration.

The course examines:

  1. How the communication interests of national and European political elites, interest groups and social movements, as well as the extent of the involvement of member states in the EU, the salience of EU issues, conflict and politicization, may influence the communication of Europe and in particularly the role of the mass media (established national media, European and transnational media, internet ‘dotcauses’) as forums of debate on European integration.
  2. The conditions under which media outlets and journalists may transmit the policies and debates of European integration to a broader audience and political contexts.

See: Syllabus3https://www.facebook.com/groups/277216709379652/



(4) EUJ 210 Advanced research seminar on European Integration and Journalism

The seminar encourages to work on research projects in small groups and submit and present project reports on two of the following research directions and fields:

  • European Journalism and Global Problems (Terrorism and Islam, Climate Change, Migration and Refugees)
  • European Journalism and Political Conflict/Populism
  • European Journalism and Nationalism
  • European Journalism and Democracy
  • European Journalism and the Institutions of the EU
  • European Journalism and the Economic Crisis
  • European Journalism and Complex Emergencies, local and global conflicts

Upon completion of the course students are able to critically read, research and analyse the challenges of Europe/EU, to enrich their knowledge on key economic, social, political and global processes of Europe/EU, to understand and communicate complex European/EU challenges/problems, and to write projects/articles reflecting a critical ‘European perspective’.

See Syllabus4 https://www.facebook.com/groups/661289840707569/?notif_t=group_invited_to_group  

(5) EUJ211 Diversity and Media in the EU 

  • Diversity and Freedom in the EU
  • The diversities of EU and the role of the EU
  • Media, journalism and diversity
  • Reporting diversity in the EU

See Syllabus5https://www.facebook.com/groups/1278811112154585/  (c) https://www.facebook.com/pg/media.jour.auth.gr/videos/?ref=page_internal

Student Presentations/Projects

  1. The Refugee Crisis_In the EU
  2. Presentation – Geopolitical Changes and Risks
  5. POPULISM & NEW NATIONALISM, presentation-populism final
  6. Dutch Parliamentary Elections 2017, Dutch-Elections_2017 (1) 
  7. French Presidential Elections 2017, The-French-Presidential-election 
  8. Euroscepticism Poland, MA Presentation Thomas kalantzis(26__1_18)
  9. Immigrants-Refugees Differences and Commonalities in ReportingRefugees vs Immigrants (2).pptx – Google Drive
  10. Islam-Muslims in European MediaMI Media
  11. Muslim – Terrorist Stereotypes European MediaThe “all muslims are terrorists” stereotype


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