Creative Systems MSc – Apply now for Studentships

The Creative Systems Lab at the University of Sussex seems to offer some “full studentships” for those that are “artistic, interested in the nature of creativity and able to lean technical skills (i.e., programming)” for Sussex’s one-year MSc in Creative Systems.

Many of the people working at the lab are interested in mobile media and/or sound…so those of you interested in mobile sound might want to check this out and apply!

This is some of the information about their course, check out the website for more detail:

MSc in Creative Systems

Technology is enabling powerful new forms of creative expression. On the Creative Systems MSc you learn: to use them; to develop and extend them; and why they work.

Research in creative systems combines ideas from theories of creativity as well as leading-edge techniques in artificial intelligence (AI), artificial life (ALife), human-centred computing and multimedia systems. The University of Sussex is a world-leading centre for interdisciplinary work in all of these areas. The new MSc in Creative Systems provides the opportunity to get up to speed in the skills and knowledge relevant for the research and development of creative systems.

We look for numerate, creative applicants with a good first degree: science, engineering, arts and humanities graduates are welcome to apply.

Applicants with industrial experience will also be favourably considered. Overseas applicants are expected to have achieved a comparable standard in qualifications obtained in their own country.

This one-year programme of tuition and study commenced in October 2007. Applicants are automatically considered for EPSRC studentships which cover fees and living expenses. It is possible to take the course part-time over two years.”

from the Creative Systems Lab website

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