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Undertaking graduate studies in the Department of Digital Humanities is a unique opportunity to study in a vibrant and innovative environment.
There are currently four MA Programmes available.
Within the Department of Digital Humanities students can undertake interdisciplinary and innovative research in conjuction with other Departments and Schools.
The MA in Digital Asset and Media Management responds to the increasing demand for digitally literate professionals to work in cultural heritage institutions and in the wider content industry.
The MA in Digital Humanities offers the opportunity to combine Humanities disciplines (Literature, History, Art, Music etc) with state-of-the-art computational technologies. It aims at research enhancement and professional development.
The MA Digital Information and Asset Management is a unique programme that offers students an unparalled opportunity to study on a two year programme at two world leading institutions: Humboldt University and King's.
The MA in Digital Culture and Society aims at investigating the impact and consequences of the use of digital technologies in contemporary culture, society and ultimately in our day-to-day life.
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