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Graduates of King's Digital Humanities courses have embarked on professional careers in social and technology research, in think tanks, the arts and the cultural sectors, in government and public administration, in international development, NGOs and education, in media and communications globally, as well as in marketing and public relations or journalism. We also welcome them to pursue a PhD with the Department.

Please find examples of our postgraduates' career paths below:

Niki Cheong, MA in Digital Culture & Society, Writer and Researcher

“I studied for the MA in Digital Culture and Society after years in journalism attempting to navigate the new digital landscape. I left KCL with a better understanding of the digital space, both from a theoretical perspective as well as through the more practical skills I picked up. Most significantly, I learned to find a balance in all my work between the online and offline world.  

"Equipped with the knowledge and confidence to forge ahead in different fields, I have since revisited my journalistic roots, consulted for digital agencies, published a book and worked on several storytelling projects in Malaysia as well as re-engaging with academia as a lecturer and PhD researcher. The relationships I built during my year at KCL have also been invaluable - I now consider some of my former KCL lecturers friends, and some of my classmates my strongest pillars of support.”



Cherish Rufaro Mutambara,  MA Digital Asset Management, Digital Asset Manager and Co-Founder of Livefinity 

“The MA in Digital Asset Management at the Department of Digital Humanities empowered me to become a female digital disrupter with a vision to pioneer technology that is radicalising the future of digital death.  Equipped with skills and expertise gained from the department I have worked for start-ups in Augmented Reality, creating campaigns driven by Artificial intelligence and now I’m back into digital asset management. At Hogarth World Wide I am responsible for workflow implementation and training of TV production platforms across teams around the world. I also assist clients with the creation, storage and access of digital assets. I am also the Co-Founder of “Livefinity” – Live Infinitely – an enterprise digital death content engine designed to help you decide what happens to to all of the digital assets you create after you are gone.”


 Cherish Mutambara CAREER PATH PG

Romane Dagain, MA Digital Asset & Media Management, Data Manager at

“After a BA in French and English Literature, I chose to undertake a part-time Masters program in Digital Asset and Media Management as a way for me to bridge my interests in both the Humanities and emerging technologies. During my time at King’s College London, my main focus was on how innovative media could enable interactive and creative storytelling, allowing me to explore new and exciting areas of research. Most importantly, as a part-time student, the support of the staff and the quality of the teaching enabled me to advance my career as a technology professional, while being fully immersed in the academic life of Kings. Now a data analyst for a global digital advertising company, the Masters program, with classes tailored to the realities of the industry, gave me the necessary skills and tools to navigate the ever-changing worlds of big data.”


Romane Dagain CAREER PATH PG

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