Ryerson School of Journalism
Student reporters in our graduate and undergraduate programs use the streets of Toronto as their workshop: bustling Yonge Street, City Hall, the financial district, and distinct neighborhoods like Chinatown and Kensington Market. They write, report, create multimedia and broadcast under the guidance of faculty members who have worked as industry leaders, or still do.
We hold our students accountable to high professional standards and their work appears in a variety of forms and publications including the digital-first, multi-platform news site The Ryersonian, and the award-winning Ryerson Review of Journalism.
Once students have completed foundation courses, they're free to choose courses to suit their interests and strengths, including internships at major news organizations and advanced instruction in news reporting, magazine writing and investigation, documentary-making, feature writing, multimedia reporting, photojournalism, and editing and production for all media.