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Masters by Research in Media and Arts Technology
Now recruiting for September 2012
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is one of the UK's leading research universities and is located at the heart of Europe's largest concentration of creative industries. In September 2009 we launched an innovative inter-disciplinary training programme in the science and technologies that are transforming the creative sector. Our mission is to produce post-graduates who combine world-class technical and creative skills and who have a unique vision of how digital technology transforms creative possibilities and social economies .
This is a unique 1 year full time Masters programme built around core courses in advanced research methods, interaction design and digital media processing, production and recording techniques and optional specialist modules ranging from Digital Audio Effects through Digital Rights Management to Contemporary Performance. You will work under the supervision of internationally recognised experts in:
- Digital Music
- Digital Video
- Human Interaction
- Performance and Live Art
You will also develop a working partnership with one of our strategic collaborators including: BBC, The British Film Institute, last.fm, SONY Computer Entertainment Europe, BT. A full list of our partners is available here.More details on the Masters programme can be found here.
Our programme is part of a £250 million strategic initiative, funded by Research Councils UK, and is exceptionally well resourced. You will have access to QMUL's state-of-the art research and performance facilities including the Augmented Human Interaction Laboratory and the Pinter Studio Theatre as well as the extensive resources offered by our industrial and public sector partners. New for 2011 are the Media and Arts Studios including the Listening Room, Control Room and performance Laboratory as well as the full range of computing resources offered by the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, including several clusters.
Recruiting for September 2012
We are now accepting applications for September 2012, places are limited.
How to apply
Further details of how to apply for places can be found here.
We are now looking for inspiring applications from individuals with any Arts, Engineering or Science background. You must be able to demonstrate academic achievement to the level of an upper second class Bachelors degree (or higher), excellent creative, critical and analytic skills, and strong programming or mathematical abilities.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details on how to apply .