The international degree programme in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) offers a cross-disciplinary curriculum designed to foster close connections between
The international degree programme in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) at University of Bologna offers a cross-disciplinary curriculum designed to foster close connections between humanities and the sciences of representation and processing of information and knowledge. Mainly designed for students holding a three-year degree in humanities, the Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge programme targets those who wish to explore the field of literary, linguistic, historical and cultural studies and the arts, using models, systems and computational methods to represent and process data, information and knowledge.
5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme
This programme combines humanities-related competencies with IT know-how, particularly in relation to the development of cultural processes
Thanks to a cutting-edge interdisciplinary approach, you will gain knowledge that will set you apart from other graduates
You will become part of an international environment comprising academics, students, businesses, and cultural and research institutions
You will deal with innovative, interdisciplinary subjects, and enter a job market that is looking for (still) rare skills
You will improve your English, thus developing sought-after skills that will greatly increase your chances in the job market