Why this programme?
New digital technologies have transformed the ways we share and distribute information, interact with each other and spend our leisure time. Digital media have had a major impact on our engagement with politics and with culture. At the same time, older media such as printed books, radio, television and film are still present and are evolving in complex interrelationships with digital media.
The master's programme Media Studies: Digital Cultures combines theoretical reflection on these developments, research on user practices and training in basic media skills. You will be trained to become both a media researcher and an active player in today’s media world. You will also develop media expertise by investigating questions such as:
- How do new technologies affect the media landscape and society at large?
- What effect does the architecture of the web have on user practices?
- Where do we draw the line between reality and the virtual world?
- How do new media affect democracy?
- Intensive coaching
- Accessible staff
- Relaxed atmosphere
- Connects theory and practice
- Truly international: in 2015/16, 20 students came from 14 countries
- Choice of academic thesis or an internship with empirical research and a shorter internship thesis