The Master of Science degree program in EPFL’s College of Humanities is accepting applications until April 15th, 2020.
EPFL’s Master of Science in Digital Humanities is a comprehensive program that covers everything from foundations to applications in computer science and humanities. The program provides students with essential computer science and humanities skills, as well as opportunities to learn how to transform data from our global cultural heritage, historical archives and social media into a deeper understanding of the world we live in.
The program is unique in Europe, and is designed for students with a background in science and engineering. Project opportunities come from a wide range of specialized fields, including musicology, social media, literature, arts, user experience, history, and more. Students also get to work on cutting-edge projects such as the flagship Venice Time Machine, or the famous Montreux Jazz Festival Archives.