Program Introduction

This course was brand new in 2015, building on similar courses taught over the previous twenty years. The course is delivered in partnership with a range of museums and heritage organisations and attract students from Europe, North America, China and elsewhere in the world. The course combines practice with academically rigorous approaches: it is progressive and innovative. The course aims to produce graduates who will go on to lead changes within the sector, ensuring that museums and heritage organisations are creative, imaginative and relevant to the 21st century. It is interdisciplinary and the teaching team and delivery partners have a wide range of experience and expertise.

Degrees Offered

  • B.A. in History
  • Other

Program Strengths

  • Digital Media
  • Film/Video
  • Material Culture
  • Museum Studies

How Many Students are Admitted Annually




MAs produced last year


Deadline To Apply

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

Internship Requirements

Students undertake an assessed placement as part of the program,

Job Placement Assistance

We work with a very wide range of museums and heritage sites, including many that currently employ graduates of previous versions of this program. A large number of our graduates go on to work in the sector,