Become a tech thinker equipped to guide society into the future.
Are you fascinated by the role of science and technology in society? Are you eager to tackle complex, tech-related issues, such as privacy concerns surrounding coronavirus apps, or the use of artificial intelligence for identifying future criminals? Are you itching to explore – Black Mirror-like – the implications and ethics of tomorrow’s technologies? And would you like to do that in an international academic programme that brings together philosophers, engineers and social scientists? Do you see yourself becoming a high-level tech thinker and navigator, capable of guiding people, businesses, policymakers and researchers by asking the right questions at the right time, and exploring the best way forward? Then our two-year, English-taught Master’s in Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society (PSTS) is the right choice for you.
How do neurotechnologies affect our view of human identity and free will? How far can we go with climate engineering, and who should decide? How are algorithms shaping the choices we make every day, and is that what we want? The PSTS Master’s at the University of Twente is all about tackling tough questions like these. An academic programme unlike any other in the world, this degree is open to students with a background in engineering as well as in philosophy or social sciences: whatever your Bachelor’s, PSTS will equip you with the competencies to examine, evaluate and improve the interactions between technology and society.
There are many reasons to sign up for this Master’s at UT. Read about six of the most notable ones!
Want to discover more about Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society? Visit an (Online) Open Day, visit us at a study fair in your part of the world, sign up for our Student for a Day programme, Skype with current PSTS students, or contact our Student Information Centre.