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Taught Masters degrees in digital media

Develop an understanding of digital media and artificial intelligence (AI) and their influence upon the creative industries and society more broadly.

Our Masters courses will give you a grounding in the key concepts, histories, methodologies and visions of digital media and AI, and study the immense landscape opened up by digital and machine creativity.

You'll be challenged to consider their ethical and philosophical implications, and develop skills through hands-on projects and training. You'll acquire the expertise to employ digital media and AI in creative expression.

As part of the School of Arts and Creative Technologies, you will learn from experienced and award-winning teachers and creative practitioners, and enrich your understanding of this rapidly growing field and its creative opportunities.

At York, I really benefit from studying the field of digital culture, especially in helping me explore today’s relationships between human beings and technology, and their futures. I enjoy York's passion for building our great community.

Siqi, PhD student

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Scholarships and funding

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Careers

  • We incorporate masterclasses from industry professionals to support your professional development. As part of our dedicated careers support, you’ll have the opportunity to attend talks, productions and festivals
  • You'll develop transferable skills through project work and industry case studies, including analytical and research skills, project design, and collaborative working.

Our graduates are well-equipped for careers in media, creative and technology sectors, research, arts and culture, government and public administration, and more.

Masters Taster Day

13 March 2024, 1pm to 5pm GMT

Get a taste of why so many people love living and learning at the University of York. Join us on 13 March to:

  • check out our campus
  • meet your academic department
  • speak to our student services teams
  • hear postgraduate presentations.

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