Digital and Public Humanities
Why enrolling in this programme
The master's degree in Digital and Public Humanities offers a multidisciplinary curriculum, with a view to integrating knowledge and developing advanced cross-cutting skills, in order to make the best use of the interconnection between humanities and computer sciences
The Digital and Public Humanities field is one of Ca’ Foscari strong suits, as evidenced by our brand new Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH), which gathers experts from all over the world
Choosing a Digital and Public Humanities programme will help you learn how to look at the world and at our cultural heritage through the lens of technology and innovation, connecting the past with the future through new IT and multimedia tools
Graduates will be able to hold highly responsible roles, dealing with activities connected to the service sector, culture industry, cultural institutes and specific centres, such as specialised electronic publishing, the management, presentation and enhancement of cultural assets, intercultural activities and industrial activities in the field of language technologies
More specifically, this programme will allow you to become an expert in the design, production and enhancement of online resources, an expert in the digital management of cultural resources or a Public Humanities Expert
Payment of the second istallment by 17/12/2020
In your personal area, in the section "Diritto allo studio e tasse", under "Pagamenti - S3", you can find the invoice for the second instalment of fees for the Academic Year 2020/2021.
The deadline for the payment is 17 December 2020. A late payment fee shall be automatically applied to payments made after this deadline, as follows:
- €50.00 from 18 December 2020 to 27 December 2020;
- €200.00 from 28 December 2020 onwards.
For more detailed information, see the regulations published at www.unive.it/tuitionfees.