The School of Museum Studies is pleased to offer two £1,000 scholarships for October 2012 entry to its distance learning Masters in Digital Heritage programme. The scholarships will be paid as a reduction in the course fee and are open to new UK/EU and international applicants.The Masters in Digital Heritage aims to engage students critically and creatively with wide ranging ideas and issues, and to develop a view of digital heritage informed by both theory and the practical methods and skills necessary to become creative and effective new media professionals in the heritage sector.
-Applicants should have a first or second-class honours degree (or equivalent qualification) in a relevant subject and clear evidence of vocational intention and aptitude. -Applicants should have a strong interest in IT and are expected to have a basic aptitude in IT. -The scholarships are open to suitable UK/EU and International (i.e., outside the EU) applicants. -The scholarships are not open to existing students on the MA/MSc Digital Heritage programme.