Digitalisation, Surveillance & Societies graduates are widely employable professionals with excellent career opportunities. At the forefront of social and technological change, they produce digital strategy as advisors and advocates.
Given the timely and interdisciplinary focus of this master, it will enrich the profile of those pursuing careers in high profile areas such as the tech sector, corporate communication, artificial intelligence, regulation and privacy, journalism and policy work.
In addition, graduates will gain expertise well suited to research positions at tech companies, NGO's, universities, and consultancies as well as public and private think tanks. Graduates will be to collaborate with developers and business strategists to address the social impact and social responsibility of innovative technological solutions.
Below you can read more about the career opportunities after finishing this specialisation of the master Media Studies.
If you want to proceed with advanced, research-oriented education in the field of media studies you can apply for our research master Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts. This programme is specifically designed to prepare you to carry out research leading to a doctorate degree.
If you have demonstrated academic excellence and motivation during your Media Studies programme and your English meets the standard, you will be allowed to complete an abridged research master programme of approximately one year.
The master Media Studies at Erasmus University counts more than 1500 graduates who completed one of the following specialisations: Media & Business, Media, Culture & Society, Media & Creative Industries, Media & Journalistiek, and Digitalisation Surveillance & Societies.
On our alumni website you can read the alumni experiences from graduates of our five master specialisations and you will discover how the international, hands-on approach of the master Media Studies is reflected in the wide variety of work fields and countries in which our graduates are employed.