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Course summary

Overview Study the developments and implications of digital technologies on contemporary culture and society. Our course that looks at how digital developments are reshaping various socio-political and economic fields such as work, governance, identity, cultural communication, finance, industry, and many more. Students will also have the opportunity to take practise-based optional modules to develop their practical and organisational skills through individual and team-based projects as part of the course. Graduates of this course will go on to work in think tanks, the arts and the cultural sectors, government and public administration, international development, NGOs, education, in media and communications globally as well as into marketing and public relations or journalism. Key Benefits:

  • Develop an understanding of the role and the impact of digital technologies in contemporary culture and society.
  • Gain an overview and awareness of emerging and established digital technologies by learning about highly topical and contemporary developments.
  • Acquire specific knowledge of digital technologies and their wider effects as well as practical skills through our optional modules.
  • Possibility of taking part in an internship programme.

Entry requirements

Bachelor’s degree with 2:1 honours in English, or a related discipline. For those returning to study, evidence of appropriate experience will be required. Please note: Meeting the minimum requirements for your application to be considered does not guarantee an offer as applications for this programme are very competitive. In order to meet the academic entry requirements for this programme you should have a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree with a final mark of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme. If you are still studying you should be achieving an average of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme.

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Digital Culture & Society at King's College London, University of London - UCAS