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Goldsmiths houses one of the largest groups of academics working within the digital division in the UK, across the arts, the humanities, the social sciences as well as in social and creative technologies.

Course overview

Much of this work goes on in the Department of Computing but the Cultural Studies, Design, Media & Communications, Music, Psychology and Sociology also make notable contributions across their departments.

Goldsmiths is also home to the journals Computational Culture, a journal of software studies, Big Data & Society and the spinoff company i2 Media Research.

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Alumni story

Max ByeMSc in Computer Games & Entertainment

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The MSc in Computer Games and Entertainment is super tough for beginners but there's plenty of support
"I enjoy drawing and scripting. I would like to make a game about social intelligence and I think I want to be a director or producer. The MSc in Computer Games and Entertainment is super tough for beginners but there's plenty of support so it's never unmanageable."

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