The MA in Digital Humanities at NUI Maynooth is accepting applications until 31 July 2013. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and class numbers will be limited. The MA in Digital Humanities is funded by the HEA's Graduate Skills Conversion Programme and is delivered via distance learning for both part-time and full-time students.
The MA programme is run by An Foras Feasa, the Humanities Research Institute at NUI Maynooth. The Institute specialises in Digital Humanities and Digital Humanities education with particular emphases on digital textual studies, digital repository development and teaching and learning within virtual research environments.
The MA in Digital Humanities is aimed at graduates and professionals who wish to embark on, or expand existing careers in areas such as the information sciences, software engineering, public history and education.
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