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Media and Information

Bachelor
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Contemporary life is shaped by ever more complex information technologies and an intensifying information economy. The Bachelor's in Media and Information is dedicated to the exploration of digital culture and today’s ubiquitous forms of information. The programme provides you with the skills necessary to engage with contemporary themes such as surveillance, big data, digital archiving, citizen journalism and the metrification of everyday life.

Language of instruction
English
Mode
Full-time

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Mar09
Bachelor's Week 9-16 Mar
Apr03
Experience Days spring
Why study Media and Information at the UvA?

Choose your specialisation

This cutting-edge programme combines the most recent developments in the field while offering you the freedom to choose your own area of specialisation.

Hands-on and practical

The programme not only teaches you applied research skills, but it also helps you develop conceptual and critical capabilities.

Focus on research

Conduct digital media related research in our state-of-the-art medialab, and employ the most advanced digital research methods, information systems and software tools.

Ambitious international environment

You will discuss the global media landscape with leading experts from all over the world and an international student community.

Is Media and Information right for you?

  1. You are interested in the relationship between culture and technology, and how we constantly interact with and through digital media in our everyday lives.
  2. You want to learn advanced conceptual and practical tools to understand the shifts in culture and society brought about by the constant transformation of the media.
  3. You are keen to study in the thriving Amsterdam community of new media companies, digital art institutions, creative industries, game and app developers, archives and museums.
  4. You are eager to be part of an international classroom of 200 first-year students. 
Copyright: Greetje van der Werf
I am specifically interested in online subcultures. Jesper Lust, alumnus Media and Information Read the interview
UvA Bachelor's programme in Media and Information explained

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Degree certificate

Media and Information is an accredited degree programme. After completion of this programme, you will receive a legally accredited Bachelor's degree and the title Bachelor of Arts (BA).

Facts & Figures
Degree programme
BA Media and Information
Type
Regular study programme
Mode
Full-time
Credits
180 ECTS, 36 months
Language of instruction
English
Starts in
September
CROHO code
50010
Location
University Quarter