The one-year Master’s programme in New Media and Digital Culture builds upon the pioneering new media scene, and enables students to learn digital methods and contribute to the discourse surrounding critical media theory.
The Master’s programme in New Media and Digital Culture offers a comprehensive and critical approach to new media research, practices and theory. It is an internationally renowned programme in critical media theory, dedicated to the study of the social transformations brought about by digital culture. The programme offers you in-depth training in the latest digital research methods and the opportunity to participate in data sprints and to collaborate with international researchers. It is situated within a pioneering new media cultural scene in Amsterdam and in a top-ranked academic environment among universities worldwide.
In this video a teacher and student of this Master’s explain in about 5 minutes how this programme is structured and what you will learn.
The Master’s programme combines a variety of teaching formats, ranging from lectures and group projects to tools and lab sessions and creative work. You will produce a wide portfolio of output, including theoretically engaged essays, empirical research projects, new media experiments, and blog entries. The programme enables you to contribute to timely discourses on digital culture, conduct innovative research projects, and critically engage in new media practices.
New Media and Digital Culture is an accredited degree programme of Media Studies. After successful completion of this programme, you will receive a legally accredited Master’s degree in Media Studies and the title Master of Arts (MA).