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.
Journalist Ethan Lou is coming to UBC Journalism to share his experiences covering forest fires in B.C. and Alberta
The School of Journalism invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in the Educational Leadership stream at the rank of Instructor.
UBC Journalism student Dustin Patar has been named a 2019 Carnegie-Knight News21 Fellow, joining an international team of student journalists reporting on natural disaster recovery in the U.S.
While at UBC, CBC journalist Tamara Baluja is studying how social media journalism is taught.
Join the UBC School of Journalism for a free public talk by Asper visiting professor Michèle Stephenson. The event takes place on January 16, 2019 at UBC Robson Square.
On Thursday, January 10, join UBC Journalism professors and students for Facebook live Q & A.
Asper visiting professor Andy Carvin explores how to maintain trust in journalism in an era of so-called fake news.
On Wednesday, October 24, join UBC Journalism’s Asper visiting professor Andy Carvin for a lecture on journalism, trust, and social media. For the last two decades, American journalist Andy Carvin has pioneered the use of social media to report geopolitical upheaval, from the September 11 attacks to the Arab Spring. Is social media making the […]