The Master's programme New Media & Digital Culture comprises one year (60 EC). A study year is divided into two semesters, running from September until January and from February until June. A semester is divided into two study periods.
The programme consists of courses, a thesis and a research internship.
Check the course descriptions.
Semester 1 | Study period 1 and 2
- 30 EC of theoretical training and acquisition of knowledge and insights in the field of new media and digital culture, especially around three profiles (urban/mobile, games/play, and software/data) to be obtained in six courses with group discussions, oral presentations, and writing assignments.
Semester 2 | Study period 3 and 4
- 15 EC in the form of an MA thesis. The thesis consists of a scholarly text in which you are expected to contribute, on the basis of independent research, to a debate within the field of new media and digital culture. You are free to choose your own research subject, but are bound to the academic theories and methods in which you were trained. For examples, see our thesis archive.
- 15 EC of practical application of theory and method plus gaining real-life experience in the form of a research internship.