Want to hear from directly from our students? Find out about what it’s like to study at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism by joining our live Twitter chat, with first-year student Alex Migdal (@alexem) and second-year student Emilie Rauschütz (@lemiliera).
Emilie and Alex will be on-hand on Tuesday January 17th between 4-5p.m. PST to answer your questions about the program, moving to Vancouver and their experience at the school.
To ask a question, simply tweet @UBCJournalism using the hashtag #UBCJchat.
This is the second event in our #UBCJchats series that we’re holding throughout January.
Emilie Rauschütz is a multimedia journalist and filmmaker. She moved from Austria to Vancouver in 2015 to join the UBC Journalism School to pursue a career in journalism, with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. Now in her second year, she has worked with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC and with RINGIER, a Swiss media company. As one of this year’s International Reporting Program fellows, she recently returned from Bangalore, India where she was reporting on urban resilience.
Alex Migdal is a first year student who has just completed his first term at UBC Journalism School, completing core classes in Media Law and the first term of Integrated Journalism. Originally from Edmonton, Alex has reported for the The Globe and Mail, Edmonton Journal and Guelph Mercury as well as having his writing appear in the likes of The Canadian Press.