An MA degree in the humanities or social sciences, with a mark of Distinction or high Merit, or an overseas equivalent. Applicants must demonstrate mastery of the academic background deemed relevant to the research proposed.
Months of entry
Course contentResearch is methodological, interdisciplinary, and collaboratively supervised. It focuses on the intersection of digital tools and methods with one or more artefacts or processes studied in the humanities or interpretative social sciences. It varies in emphasis on practical, experimental and theoretical work. Modelling may be used to raise the epistemological question (how we know what we somehow know), to explore implications of evidence too abundant, fragmentary, elusive or complex for other approaches or to develop entirely new views of a subject. Theoretical models may be developed for poorly understood or emergent digital phenomena.
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Information for international students
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Fees and fundingAHRC, Graduate School and School of Arts & Humanities studentships and bursaries, self-funded.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Officer, Centre for Arts & Sciences Admissions (CASA)
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