Postgraduate taught degrees
Information Studies at Glasgow offers an exciting programme of research and teaching on the creation, management and use of information in all its forms.
Our areas of specialty are museums and archives, libraries, information and records management, and digital humanities.
The University’s rich environment of practice-based teaching and research is immersed in heritage and provides first-hand experience in ways that knowledge has been created, used, communicated and preserved from the past to the digital age.
You will have access to cutting-edge facilities at our dedicated collections study centre at Kelvin Hall and the opportunity to work with cultural heritage organisations within one of the world’s most inspirational and accessible cities. Teaching partners include The Hunterian, Glasgow Museums and the National Library of Scotland.
Our programmes focus on developing your critical, analytical and communication skills, to equip you to meet the demands of today’s employers and tackle the challenges of the 21st century.
Our MSc programmes combine work placements, practitioner seminars and guest speakers.