For Master's degree inquiries contact Dr Michael Dieter: M dot J dot Dieter at warwick dot ac dot uk
For PhD inquiries contact Dr Nathaniel Tkacz: N dot Tkacz at warwick dot ac dot uk
Postgraduate Study at CIM
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM) is a new cutting-edge research centre. We foster innovative and experimental forms of knowledge through a focus on methods and methodology and we are dedicated to expanding the role of interdisciplinary research. Download our 2017-2018 leaflet.
Why Study 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.
CIM’s postgraduate degrees open the doors to a variety of emerging career paths by equipping students with a suite of skills and knowledge across data analysis and digital media. Our graduates will gain a toolbox of key research techniques and concepts to answer key questions and challenges like:
- How can we use digital data to understand and shape smart cities?
- What is the best way to study and understand a major event on social media?
- How are user interfaces designed to influence behavior?
- What can we learn from new mapping techniques using smartphones?
- Why is play so important for digital culture?
- How do we create and critique data visualisations?
Unlike large departmental programs, the CIM experience is small, friendly and focused. Students have direct and regular access to staff and our weekly drop-in computer lab sessions ensure that all students have plenty of opportunities to develop and strengthen their practical skills. Students also develop leadership and team-building skills working together on group projects and tasks. Courses can be tailored to individual research interests through a range of optional modules.
Current Postgraduate Courses
As you may have heard from our sponsorship of the Data Stories podcast, our graduates gain a toolbox of key research techniques and concepts to succeed in a world transformed by digital technologies.
We consider all eligible applicants for bursaries and scholarship while funds are available, so do apply for the course as early as possible if you'd like to be considered.
Funding is available for Home / EU students for the three Masters courses. There are a number of options available via CIM and Q Step GREAT-India Scholarships are available for the three Masters courses. This is a competitive bursary available to students applying from India. PhD Funding is possible through a number of sources at Warwick.
For further information on funding available please click here.
CIM's Centre Assessment Strategy
We use a range of assessment styles, including essays, short blogs, group projects and short presentations. Please note that option modules taken outside of CIM may use other kinds of assessment. Please contact the Director of Postgraduate Taught (Dr Michael Dieter) for further details. Read more about CIM’s assessment strategy here.