Scholarship to Study for a Master’s in Digital storytelling, 2022

Publish Date: Apr 22, 2022

Deadline: May 31, 2022

Event Dates: from Sep 01, 2022 12:00 to Sep 01, 2024 12:00

The MA Digital Narratives program offers dedicated media and cultural professionals an opportunity to critically engage and creatively experiment with storytelling and production techniques for digital media, with a special focus on immersive technologies.
The program combines academic and practical work in order to provide participants with the necessary tools to pursue careers in a field characterized by ongoing transformations as a result of rapid technological developments.
Students explore creative processes within dramaturgy and design, and deal with current theoretical debates and critical discourses in the fields of media and cultural studies. During the program students develop their own master’s project with an allocated budget, which is part of their MA Thesis.
Students will study and practice creative development and agile production methods for digital productions that will enable them to conceptualize, design and lead innovative and immersive narrative projects for digital platforms and genres such as XR, web series, apps, interactive graphic novels, immersive installations – to name a few.
The program invites media and cultural professionals to question the affordances and limits of digital technologies while engaging with current social issues and developing their own artistic practice. The MA program also prepares students for practice- and arts-based doctoral studies.

Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)
Admission: every two years
Type: blended learning
Lecture periods per semester:

  • 1st semester: 12 weeks (6 weeks in person / 6 weeks online);
  • 2nd semester: 12 weeks (6 weeks in person / 6 weeks online);
  • 3rd Semester: 8 weeks (4 weeks in person / 4 weeks online);
  • 4th semester: 3 weeks (2 weeks in person / 1 week online)

Lecture and self-study periods for the WS 22/23:

  • Lecture period: 19.09.22 – 03.02.23
  • Self-study: 04.02.23-19.03.23

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MA Digital Narratives is being restructured as a blended learning program in order to accomodate for the special needs we have identified in the past two years.

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