Overview-Objectives
The MSc in Network Cities and Representations is an inter-disciplinary programme which combines urban cultural studies with cultural presentation and communication theories and methodologies with the use of ICT.

The aim of the MSc is to provide students with a background in Humanities, Social Sciences, Economics, Architecture, Media and Communication Studies, Heritage Management and Cultural Informatics, with strong research skills and advanced academic foundation in the study, design and implementation of projects on cultural communication and representation processes in the urban environment. Likewise in the frame of the growing presence and impact of digital technologies and the establishment of new urban realities, a range of issues on interpretation and semiotic analysis of social actuality is explored and discussed.

Duration: 2 years full time (four semesters)

Course Fee: No tuition fees

Admission Requirements: bachelor’s degree in Humanities, Social Sciences, Economics, Architecture, Media and Communication Studies, Heritage Management and Cultural Informatics.