M.Soc.Sc Sustainable Digital Life
Sustainable Digital Life programme at Tampere University aims to make the digital life more sustainable and accessible for all by cherishing diversity and combining critical thinking with a creative mindset.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Starting in:||1st of August 2021|
|Tuition Fee:||€ 12,000/year|
|Location:||Central Campus, Tampere, Finland|
The Master’s Degree Programme in Sustainable Digital Life (SDL) focuses on enhancing our digital lives: the digital systems surrounding us as well as the ways of using, regulating, and designing them. The programme offers a unique course portfolio at the intersection of social sciences, design, and media.
The Sustainable Digital Life programme at Tampere University educates interdisciplinary experts who understand the digital society from the viewpoints of culture and ethics, as well as comprehend digital systems and how they are produced.
- Sustainable Digital Life programme aims to make the digital life more sustainable and accessible for all by cherishing diversity and combining critical thinking with a creative mindset.
- The goal is to educate creative, analytical and critical experts in digital media, communication and information technology, who are capable of renewing the society by designing, facilitating and evaluating digital services that are ethically sustainable, accessible for everyone and mindful of social and cultural diversity.
- The students are aware of the diversity of digital cultures and recognize the varieties of their value bases. They understand the role of digital media and communication technology in today’s and future society and recognize its ethical and societal risks.
“Studies in Tampere have been very flexible compared to the set module in Vietnam. Students are able to choose courses according to their own liking and concentrate on the things they find interesting.“
Tram // Vietnam // Master’s degree programme in Global and Transnational Sociology
The goal is to educate students both for existing professions and emerging future professions. The graduates can work for example as designers, experts or analysts in the domains of digital media, information and communication services, various digitalization projects, and application of artificial intelligence services.