EuroMACHS – Master Degree in European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society

EuroMACHS is the result of the partnership of the Universities of Coimbra (Portugal), Cologne (Germany), Turku (Finland) and Lecce (Italy). Each partner has extensive experience in creating innovative links between the Humanities and Digital Media namely on the areas of Multimedia production, digital libraries, e-learning and Historical-Geographical Information Systems. – in EuroMACHS Blog

Recently, EuroMACHS master programme was selected by the European Commission as best practice in Creativity and Innovation. You can have more information about this master and how and when to apply in EuroMACHS Website.

If you are interested in Humanities and Digital Media, you can follow the EuroMACHS Blog, too.

If you prefer you can follow EuroMACHS Twitter, Friendfeed or join to EuroMACHS group on Facebook.

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