The Media Technology master’s programme is the place where science and creativity meet. You are encouraged to formulate your own scientific questions and translate personal inspirations and curiosities into research projects.
What does this master’s programme entail?
In the Media Technology master's programme we offer you a place where students, artists and scientists do research by creating innovative solutions, inspired by results and principles of science. To achieve this, the curriculum focuses on creative exploration and on the understanding of science and technology. The programme encourages you to draw from the knowledge available throughout Leiden University and the ArtScience programme of the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. After graduation, you are prepared for any future career involving creative and critical thinking, and in particular for a future in scientific research.
Why study Media Technology at Leiden University?
- The programme's goal is to stimulate innovation and creativity in scientific research by innovative application of technology.
- Your student project is important in the programme. It may result in a scientific paper, but also in art installations, designs, or computer programs.
- You will be prepared for any future career involving creative and critical thinking. The programme is also an excellent preparation for a future in scientific research.
Media Technology: the right master’s programme for you?
Are you looking for an MSc programme where creativity, technology and scientific research are key concepts? Our master's programme Media Technology is the right choice. You will work with students from different backgrounds in a creative environment where the goal is to stimulate innovation and creativity in scientific research by the innovative application of technology.
Admission and application
Do you want to apply for the master’s programme Media Technology at Leiden University? Find out how to apply for your programme by following the step-by-step guide in the application and admission section:
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