The MA in Interdisciplinary Digital Knowledge Economy Studies is a higher-level degree. As well as an Honour's degree or equivalent, you will need to have at least three years of relevant work experience. This may be salaried or voluntary but must include organisational experience, either in management or in policy design. RPL (recognition of prior learning) may be requested on an individual basis. The following criteria are applied in the evaluation of applications for acceptance:
- A Bachelor's degree with Honours, or post-graduate diploma or equivalent, achieved at a suitable level and preferably related to one of the following fields: information and communications technology (ICT), media studies, public policy, law, economics, regulation, development theory
- Evidence of research writing at Bachelor's or Bachelor's-with-Honours level
- At least three years' working experience in an appropriate field
- Satisfactory completion of Wits admissions tests measuring cognitive, arithmetic and general reasoning abilities.
For guidance regarding the application process please contact: Nokhanyo Yolwa firstname.lastname@example.org