Details Master in International Cultural Heritage Management
ECTS 90
Description This MA aims to introduce you to the issues involved in global cultural heritage management as a foundation for both professional and academic paths. It benefits from Durham University’s unique situation, living and studying within a UNESCO World Heritage Site and examines tangible and intangible heritage from international, national and local perspectives. Durham University established the first ever UNESCO Chair in Archaeological Ethics and Practice in Cultural Heritage, held by Professor Robin Coningham. The degree has strong links with the Durham World Heritage Site and with other local, regional, national and international heritage sites and organisations, many of whom offer placement opportunities.
FEES Full Time Fees: EU Student: ?£22,100 per year, Home Student: ?£10,800 per year, Island Student: ?£10,800 per year International non-EU Student: ?£22,100 per year, Part Time Fees: EU Student: ?£12,155 per year, Home Student: ?£5,940 per year, Island Student: ?£5,940 per year, International non-EU Student: ?£12,155 per year
Erasmus No
Language English
Collaborations/Disciplines No
Joint Master No
Online/Offline/Hybrid Offline