MSc Digital Humanities

University of Trier, Germany

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About Programme

Digital Humanities is a new and rapidly growing research field at the interface between the Humanities and Computational Science.

  • Type: On campus
  • Start: March, October
  • Language: German, English


  • Duration: 24 months
  • Fee national: $1,250
  • Fee international: $1,250

The Master's programme Digital Humanities is aimed at students with a Bachelor's degree (or a similar academic degree) in the Humanities (Philologies, History, History of Art, Philosophy, Phonetics etc.) or in Computer Sciences (Computational Science, Computational Linguistics etc.).

Core topics are digitisation, representation, archiving, enrichment, visualisation and analysis of data from the Humanities. These data can be texts but also include video and audio streams, photos and artefacts.

Digital Humanities is an exciting field of work for everyone interested in both the Humanities & Cultural Sciences as well as technologies. Graduates are sought after by cultural heritage institutes, in academic research, and the publishing and tourism sectors. Currently, there is a high demand both in Germany an internationally for graduates who combine sound technological skills with an expertise in the Humanities.

Entry requirements

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