First or upper second class honours degree or equivalent professional experience.
Applicants with other backgrounds or experience in unrelated disciplines will be considered on an individual basis.
All applicants should be able to demonstrate some experience and critical awareness of media practices along with an ability to critically engage in both production and writing.
The course in its part-time mode may be particularly suitable for working media professionals, artists, community arts professionals, teachers, or other professionals who are looking for the opportunity to update their knowledge of new technologies and to develop their existing skills by engaging in critical practice and theory.
Months of entry
This industry-relevant Master’s is designed to provide media professionals and graduates with an opportunity to advance their in-depth knowledge and technical skills in the latest digital technologies.
The MA Digital Media provides an opportunity to explore in detail the potential that online, mobile and emerging media platforms present, and the application of agile methodologies and user-centred approaches to project development.
The Lincoln School of Film & Media is home to an interdisciplinary academic community and this programme is informed by our media research. You will have the chance to learn from academics who are industry and research active.
Our Media and Broadcast Production Centre provides specialist equipment to give you the opportunity to develop and refine your practical skills.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Graham Cooper
- +44 (0) 1522 886644