Digital Humanities

online learning,

Full Time,

Master's Degree

The total service fee for this program:

€ 999

Pre payment for this program:

€ 299

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Studying master’s in Digital Humanities at Linnaeus University in Sweden:

This two-year master programme in digital humanities is suitable if you want to work with technology to devise creative solutions in a range of humanities application areas at cultural heritage institutions, public agencies, international organizations and private companies.

The programme aims to build a general ability to understand and apply digital methods. You will also learn how to create applications and find practical solutions in working places by using interdisciplinary approaches and cross-sectoral collaboration.

This master programme in digital humanities is closely linked to the research at Linnaeus University, its Digital Humanities Initiative as well as the institute, connected to a large number of international universities through the iSchools organization.


Necessary information:

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Degree awarded by: Linnaeus University
  • Admission criteria: Bachelor’s degree
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Format: Full-time
  • Semester: Autumn
  • Tuition fee: 68,800 SEK (First payment)
  • Tuition fee, total: 268,900 SEK
  • Application Fee: 900 SEK



Distance education

All teaching takes place on a learning platform and the material is available round the clock, offering great flexibility for students. There are no compulsory get-togethers on campus. However, please bear in mind that this is still a full-time programme and requires on average 40 hours of studying per week.

  • Term 1

Introduction and in-depth studies of digital humanities, critical theory and digital transformation, and digital research methods for the humanities.

  • Term 2

Introduction to the complex issue of the digitalisation of cultural heritage, including issues and implications relating to ethics, politics, and policies in the digital world, as well as technologies for interaction with cultural heritage and other research data related to the humanities, and for linking the data in the Semantic Web. During the second term, it is possible to replace the last two modules (Module 7 and 8) with an independent project, 15 credits within the main field of study, thus allowing for a 60 credit master’s degree.

  • Term 3

Elective courses chosen in consultation with the programme coordinator in order to build a degree that constitutes a coherent whole, specialising in the chosen area (for instance, digital humanities and library and information science, digital humanities and history, digital humanities and the digital transformation, or digital humanities and dataintensive methods). The subject field should be in line with the topic of the independent degree project of 30 credits. Students are given the opportunity to take courses abroad.

  • Term 4

Independent degree project, 30 credits. Students are encouraged to conduct their degree project in collaboration with external parties.


Career opportunity:

Linnaeus University Career Counselling Service: The career counselling service at Linnaeus University offers support and advice when you try to figure out how your education, your experience, and your personal qualifications can best be summarized into a powerful job application. You will get help pinpointing your skills and experience and tips and guidance on how to best design your CV and cover letter.

The programme prepares you for jobs across public and private sectors. Your future workplace could be in a museum, library, archive and other parts of the public sector where you can work with digitization of culture, arts and cultural heritage. You can also work in companies providing these institutions with software, for example guide apps. Additionally, the degree in Master of Arts provides the foundation for doctoral studies.


Application Requirements:

  • You must have been awarded a Bachelor’s degree (equivalent to a Swedish kandidatexamen) from an internationally recognised university.
  • Be able to demonstrate proficiency in English. For most master’s level courses and programmes, the requirement is also the equivalent of the Swedish upper secondary course English 6. There are some master’s level courses and programmes where English 5 or English 7 is the requirement.
  • You must provide certificates and diplomas of your completed degree(s) from an internationally recognised higher education institution.
  • Transcripts of completed courses and grades for each semester included in your degree. If you have had courses credited/transferred from previous studies, you must also submit official transcripts for those courses.
  • Copy of the page in your passport with your personal data and photograph, or a similar identification document.
  • You must upload your documentation both in the original language and in an official translation. Accepted languages for translations are Swedish and English.

General entry requirements for advanced studies and specific entry requirements for this program:

  • At least 90 credits including an independent project of at least 15 credits with arts and humanities or social sciences as the main field of study, or within informatics, information science, computer science, or the equivalent;

    English B/English 6.


English language requirements:

Exam score
IELTS Academic 6.5
Pearson PTE Academic or PTE Academic Online 62



Deadlines and intakes:

  • Mid-August: Application deadline for courses starting in the Spring semester.
  • Mid-January: Application deadline for courses and programmes starting in the Autumn semester. (January 16)


One of our very suitable solutions for applicants is to provide free visa services to study in this field from a pleasant country. If you need to receive free visa services, let us know your request

Expenses (SEK)

Tuition (per year)



Application Fee



Program expenses

University & General Expenses

Food: 2,500 / Month
Accommodation: 4,500 / Month
Phone/internet: 400 / Month
Local travel: 400 / Month
Medical and personal care: 250 / Month
Clothes, hobbies, leisure etc.: 600 / Month


Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)


IELTS Academic


Please be aware that Linnaeus University does not own any housing. It has agreements with local housing companies allowing it to offer housing assistance for some of its students. It is unable to offer housing for families and spouses.

After Graduation

The career counseling service at Linnaeus University supports you regarding questions about job and career, both during and after your studies. They are available for all students, alumni and PhD students.

What the career counseling can do for you: 

  • Guidance to come closer to your goals regarding job and career.
  • Feedback on your CV, Cover letter and LinkedIn-profile.
  • Information on how you can look for jobs or internships.
  • Help identify and inventory your strengths and competencies for future working life
  • Information about the Swedish labor market

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Digital Humanities

Technology, software ,computer ,IT

Master's Degree

Linnaeus University (Sweden)


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  • For applicants under the age of 18, parents or legal guardian must sign the agreement, and if the applicant under the age of 18 signs the agreement, it is considered as invalid.

One of our very suitable solutions for applicants is to provide free visa services to study in this field from a pleasant country. If you need to receive free visa services, let us know your request




Application Fee



Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)