Sustainable Heritage Management
Master (2 years) of Sustainable Heritage Management, 120 ECTSHumanities, social sciences, communication and arts
|Institution||Aarhus University (AU)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||4000 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||0 EUR|
DescriptionThe MA programme in Sustainable Heritage Management (SHM) at Aarhus University provides you with the competencies needed to meet the multiple challenges of contemporary heritage management. Working with cultural and natural heritage means being conscious of, and taking responsibility for, the links between humans, our environment and the past. But heritage is also an integral part of the present and a potential resource for the future. Through your engagement with both theory and practice, you will gain the skills you need to work in the exciting, expanding and increasingly complex heritage field. You will be trained in a uniquely interdisciplinary environment to designate, assess, retain and sustain heritage and to develop, revise and innovate the future shapes of the sector.
Heritage as ResourceThe SHM programme qualifies you to analyse and respond to the opportunities, responsibilities, and ethical implications of heritage work, providing not only a sophisticated academic framework, but also a practice-based set of skills. You will learn to tackle the future challenges of heritage management on the local and the global scale.
A Highly Interdisciplinary FieldHeritage studies and heritage management make up a highly interdisciplinary field, involving methodologies and theoretical frameworks from various disciplines. The SHM programme at AU is anchored in an interdisciplinary research environment based in the archaeology department that includes engaging with scholars from archaeology, anthropology, intellectual history, aesthetics, history, museology, cultural studies, evolutionary studies, and digital design.
Thus during your studies you will work not only with material forms of cultural heritage, but also with textual data and, not least, people and their various perceptions of heritage. The programme revolves around and intersects with the new Moesgaard Museum, some ten kilometres outside Aarhus, affording unique collaborative opportunities for students and staff in this university museum environment.
CareersGraduates in Sustainable Heritage Management are qualified for a number of job markets and industries, depending on your area of interest and specialisation. Recent graduates are working in the museum and archival sectors, in planning and development agencies, and in bodies within resource management and capacity building, as well as in tourism and the artistic and creative industries.
AdmissionTo find out more about admission to the MA in Sustainable Heritage Management please visit the programme’s website.
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