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Why Study a Masters at CIM?

Not many problems fit neatly into a single theoretical or methodological approach. Our unique interdisciplinary environment prepares students to respond creatively and critically to the rapidly evolving challenges of a world transformed by digital processes.

How can our wired-up cities be analysed to offer meaningful solutions to real world problems? This course advances your understanding of smart cities, analysis of city-scale data, and the emerging opportunities for big data and interdisciplinary methods to address the world’s urban challenges.

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Digital media is set to dominate twenty-first century culture and society. This course provides a critical and practice-based understanding of cultural software, from the web and social media platforms to mobile apps and the cloud. You will be introduced to techniques and key concepts for actively engaging with these systems, while reflecting on their social, economic and political stakes.

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Governments, business, industry and third sector organisations increasingly require a deep understanding of big data. This course responds to this growing demand for a new generation of postgraduates who can critically engage with big data theoretically, methodologically and practically. This MSc is also available as a Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate.

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NEW! CIM Home/EU Bursaries

A total of four CIM Home/EU Bursaries are available for the MA in Digital Media and Culture and the MSc in Urban Analytics and Visualiation. Each bursary will provide a £4,000 contribution towards tuition fees for Home/EU students, with two attached to each Masters course.

Deadline for applications: 24 August 2018

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Q Step Awards & Bursaries(Home/EU)

A variety of awards, some covering both tuition fees and full maintanance costs, are available to Home/EU students who have obtained a place on a Quantitative Methods postgraduate degree programme, including funded bursaries of £4,000 for the MSc Big Data and Digital Futures.

Deadline for applications (second round): 24 August 2018

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Warwick Postgraduate Sanctuary Scholarships

Scholarships to support refugee, humanitarian protection and asylum seeking students in the UK.

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Li Xiaoming Scholarships

A scholarship in memory of Li Xiaoming. Available to Masters level students from the People's Republic of China.

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Postgraduate Loans

Home / EU students may be eligible to apply for a loan to support their study and living costs. Postgraduate Loans have to be paid back.

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Apply to the University to study one of our Master's degrees by completing an online application.

  • In the COURSE section select the following options:
  • Department: Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies
  • Course Type: Taught Masters
  • Course: MA in Digital Media and Culture or MSc in Big Data and Digital Futures or MSc in Urban Analytics and Visualisation

In the FINANCE section complete the following options:

  • How will you be funding yourself at Warwick?
  • Name of award applied for:


Masters Courses




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