Digital Media has become an integral part of our everyday lives. The main sources of information have become websites, social networks and a diversity of countless applications and software. This has led to the beginning of a new era in human history, characterized by the co-existence of printed and the use of computers and smartphones for the media world.
With a Masters degree in this exciting and rapidly developing area you will have a variety of topics and subjects in Media Engineering, Design and Theory. In addition, you will deepen your knowledge in the area of Computer Science, as you will constantly have to deal with Programming, Software Development and Mobile Applications.
Due to the interdisciplinary background of this Masters course you will have several specialization options available. Here are some examples:
Depending on your choice, you will further develop your expertise and skills in the chosen field.
In general, you will be expected to be in possession of a Bachelors degree either in the sphere of Media Science or Computer Science. Good language skills, especially in English, will be highly appreciated. However, the digital world is interdisciplinary and Master’s programmes in this field is often open for Bachelor graduates from diverse disciplines.
Studies in Digital Media are highly practically-oriented, allowing you to apply your practical knowledge in several projects or even during an internship. With a typical study period of four semesters delivered in full-time, part-time and online regimes, you can choose the best schedule for your needs. Upon successful graduation you can be rewarded with either a “Master of Science” or “Master of Arts”.
For more and detailed information please contact your desired university.
The current labor market is in an urgent need for specialist and professionals with programming and marketing capabilities for the media sector. Regardless, you will be qualified for the following industries:
|Data Driven Design||HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht|
|Master Digital- und Medienmanagement (MBA, Vollzeit)||Hamburg Media School|
|Design and Digital Media||University of Edinburgh|
|Interactive Digital Media||Ravensbourne|
|Digital Journalism||University of Strathclyde|
|Digital Media Practice: Motion Graphics||University of Winchester|
|Media, Culture and Society||University of Hull|
|Multimedia Journalism||University of Sussex|
|Multimedia Journalism||Bournemouth University|
|Digital Journalism||Goldsmiths, University of London|
|Enabling Creative Innovation||Ravensbourne|
|Digital Media Design||Birkbeck, University of London|
|Digital Humanities||University College London|
|Digital Media Management||Birkbeck, University of London|
|Social Media and Social Research||University of York|
|User Experience Design||Kingston University|
|Interactive Product Futures||Ravensbourne|
|Illustration||University of Hertfordshire|
|Computational and Data Journalism||Cardiff University|
|Interactive Media||University of Hertfordshire|
|Interactive Media and Motion Graphics||The University of Sunderland|
|E-Marketing and Social Media||Middlesex University London|
|Digital Humanities (Research)||King's College London|
|Creative and Critical Practice||University of Sussex|
|Social Media and Management||University of York|
|Media Law||Queen Mary University of London|
|Digital Media Practice: Interaction Design||University of Winchester|
|Digital Media||University of Lincoln|
|Media in Development||SOAS, University of London|
|Film and Visual Culture||Bangor University|
|Digital Media and Communications||Teesside University|
|Digital Media Culture||Birkbeck, University of London|
|Digital Creative Media||Loughborough University|
|Television Studies and Digital Culture||Aberystwyth University|
|Digital Media Practice||University of Winchester|
|Publishing||University College London|
|Screen Cultures||University of Hertfordshire|
|Digital Media: Technology and Cultural Form||Goldsmiths, University of London|