The Humanities Division is pleased to announce a new Masters degree course in Digital Scholarship. You can sign up to be notified when applications open.
This new 12 month MSc will begin in the academic year 2022/23, initially admitting up to 12 students a year. It will be based in the Humanities Division and span a wide range of disciplines across all of its faculties. Students on the course will also benefit from teaching in the Bodleian Libraries.
The purpose of the MSc is to introduce students to the full range of issues which arise when digital tools and methods are applied to traditional humanist scholarship. It has been designed to equip students to surmount those challenges and to develop an ambitious, digitally-enhanced scholarly project of their own.
During the course, students will also have the opportunity to be embedded within a digital humanities research project at Oxford University. Oxford has a vibrant community of researchers in this growing and important area, and recently began a project to ensure digital-based research projects remain sustainable even when technology changes. You can read more here.