Master of Digital Media Program
Designers are changing the world of Digital Media and our graduates and faculty are leading the way.
The Master of Digital Media Program is a 16-month professional Master’s degree program. Guided by top-level faculty and industry mentors, students work closely with clients and peers on team-based, industry-supported projects.
As a Master of Digital Media graduate student, you will push the boundaries of your design abilities and develop the essential professional skills for a career in Digital Media.
Graduates have the know-how and confidence to work at the highest level in the industry as Creative Directors, Interactive Designers, Production Managers or Entrepreneurs.
Why Choose Vancouver’s Master of Digital Media Program?
The Master of Digital Media program has strong ties with Vancouver’s thriving digital media sector. Students spend 2 semesters working in small interdisciplinary teams with industry and faculty on real-world industry-supported projects.
The Master of Digital Media program has strong scholarship support. In the September 2015 intake, 50% of incoming students received a scholarship or other financial assistance.
The Master of Digital Media program is accredited and awarded by 4 academic partners — the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the British Columbia Institute of Technology and Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
Admissions + Portfolio Requirements
Admissions requirements include the following:
- Four-year baccalaureate degree
- Samples of work/portfolio
- Letter of intent
- Short formal essay related to digital media
- Computer skills and literacy summary form (available in the online application system)
- Three reference letters
- Program survey form (available in the online application system)
- Five digital pieces that best demonstrate your interactive skills. These items can be one or more of the following: exhibited art, designs, film or video, or something else that resulted from your previous work.
- 250-500 words summarizing how items in the portfolio relate to each other and to your strengths.
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