Minimum 2:1 honours degree (or overseas equivalent) in any discipline. For those returning to study, evidence of appropriate experience will be required. A written personal statement, emphasising both qualifying background and reasons for selecting this programme, will be required.
Months of entry
A unique opportunity to explore the many forms of digital culture and their profound effects on society from various angles. Graduates of this programme will have gained the analytical tools required for understanding how digitisation and internet technologies shape modern culture.
Develop an understanding of the role and consequences of digital technologies in contemporary culture, broadly interpreted to include such areas of activity as performing arts, telecommunications, information technology, philosophy, law and education.
Study digital technologies within an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural framework, combining modules from participating departments.
Obtain on-the-job training in a month long internship within a relevant organisation.
Take field trips to major London cultural institutions, such as Tate Modern, National Gallery, Institute of Archaeology and the BBC Archives.
Fees and funding
AHRC, self-funded. Graduate School and School of Arts & Humanities studentships and bursaries.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Officer, Centre for Arts & Sciences Admissions (CASA)
- +44 (0) 20 7848 2765 / 2232 / 7232
- +44 (0) 20 7848 7200