Details Master in Digital Humanities
ECTS 90
Description This programme, along with its sibling MSc programme, draws together teaching and expertise from a wide range of disciplines to investigate the application of computational technologies to the arts, humanities and cultural heritage. We study the impact of the computational techniques on cultural heritage, museums, libraries, archives, digital culture and the information sector while developing skills that employers and students tell us are needed.
FEES From UK: Full time: ?12,900 per year, Part time: ?6,450 per year From Abroad: Full time: ?26,600 per year, Part time: ?13,950 per year
Erasmus Yes
Language English
Collaborations/Disciplines British Museum and the British Library, Marx Memorial Library, Islington Museum, the Postal Museum, Ken Saro-Wiwa Foundation, Horniman Museum, Ubiquity Press, SOAS, University of London, UCL Grant Museum, and The Warburg Institute.
Joint Master No
Online/Offline/Hybrid Offline