UBC Graduate School of Journalism
UBC Journalism is a unique, boutique journalism masters program in one of the most beautiful, diverse and progressive cities in the world. It is one of only four masters-only journalism programs in North America, and the only graduate journalism program in western Canada.
Who Should Apply
If you’re curious about the world, have a passion for storytelling and aspire to make a difference, then the Graduate School of Journalism is the place for you.
How to Apply
Applying to the Graduate School of Journalism is the first step towards your future career. We are here to guide and support you along the way to graduation and beyond.
Carolyn Thompson is UBC Journalism's 2018 Visiting Journalist in Forestry Issues.
David Dunkley Gyimah brings to the School more than 30 years at the forefront of video and multimedia journalism.
Hours of video on international issues are available for free with UBC Journalism’s new Global Reporting Archive.
Hrvatin will spend a year at the National Post and Calgary Herald pursuing a project on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
How can television news become more inclusive? Can its “packaged” style of reporting, now almost 70 years old, be rebooted for new audiences? In a wide-ranging talk, Asper Visiting Professor Dr. David Dunkley Gyimah takes a personalized approach from his experience in front and behind the camera.
In her new book Seven Fallen Feathers, investigative journalist Tanya Talaga delves into the history of Thunder Bay, Ontario, which has come to manifest Canada’s long struggle with human rights violations against Indigenous communities.
Hear CBC/Radio-Canada President and CEO Hubert Lacroix discuss the value of public broadcasting, particularly for news and journalism in a digital world.
Orientation will give you the chance to meet your classmates, faculty and staff, and get acquainted with the facilities.