Services to Students

A Unique MA

This MA has many unique characteristics:

Transferable Skills

All courses are useful and designed in such a way so as to provide transferable skills both for Cultural resources management, or, more generally, for any other field of the business world. So, despite the fact that Heritage Management is a fast growing niche market, your skills and degrees will be useful for a great number of careers.

Career Advice and Placement Service

Career advice shall be offered at organized events during the course of the year, but also a placement service for internships is currently being set up so as to provide you with world class opportunities around the world.

Work Experience

Students before the end of their studies will have several opportunities to acquire work experience through:
1) The Field Study Programme, a market lead collaborative project offers an excellent work opportunity with expert supervision that can showcase your talents and expertise.
2) Several volunteer placements are available through the Heritage Management Organization, a student run NGO that aims to promote best practices in heritage management.

Internship Placement Service

Once you become an MA graduate, you will have the opportunity to do a volunteer internship for one of partner organisations around the world for a minimum of one month.



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