Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education
How do different ways of interpreting and presenting the arts and cultural heritage affect our ideas about the past, present and future? If you are interested in finding the answers to questions like these, and you have a passion for art and cultural heritage, the master’s programme Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education might be the right choice for you.
In this programme, which you can choose to follow in English or Dutch, you will develop the academic and professional knowledge and skills you will need to become a policy maker, art manager, museum curator or educator. This internationally-oriented programme approaches art and cultural heritage from different perspectives. You will also have plenty of opportunities to concentrate on your specific areas of interest.
Information for Dutch-speaking students: Instead of choosing the English taught master’s programme Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education, it is also possible to choose the master’s programme Kunst, Cultuur en Erfgoed where you follow several courses, including the academic skills training in Dutch and write your essays and master’s thesis in Dutch. In the programme Kunst, Cultuur en Erfgoed, the Dutch context is emphasized and placed within a larger international framework.
- Specialise by selecting elective courses, a project or internship
- Truly international: students from 20 to 22 nationalities
- 1-year, full-time master's, taught in Dutch or English
- Selective admission, starts in September
- Weekly: 12-14 hrs classes, 26-28 hrs individual study
- You will get an MA in Arts and Culture with a specialisation in Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education