MA International Heritage Management and Consultancy
Apply now and receive £1,000 off your tuition fees
We are pleased to announce that the university is offering all new students enrolling on the MA programme in 2018 £1,000 off tuition fees* when you submit your deposit within 4 weeks of receiving an offer from us.
To take advantage of the offer or to apply, please follow the links below:
*£1,000 deducted at the start of the academic year from remaining tuition fee invoice.
Please note: Current University of Exeter students are eligible to receive the tuition fee discount on top of the £1,000 Progression Scholarship.
Global Excellence Scholarship
The University of Exeter is committed to helping talented students progress with further study, which is why we also offer the Global Excellence Scholarship, which gives both UK and International students who have achieved exemplary results a £2,500 scholarship. Students are automatically assessed upon application based on their academic accomplishments. With only a few awards still available we urge students to apply to the course now in order to secure funding.^
^Cannot be used in conjunction with the £1,000 off tuition fees
Postgraduate Accommodation in Cornwall: Pay for 46 weeks, stay for 52 weeks
Postgraduate students at our Penryn Campus in Cornwall joining us in 2018 can stay in university accommodation for the full 52 weeks of the year and only pay for 46 weeks with our summer accommodation offer.
- Campus-based or near campus ensuite accommodation
- Rooms furnished to a high standard with a double bed, wardrobe, desk and wifi
- We aim to allocate you a flat with other postgraduate and mature undergraduate students
- Limited availability and allocated on a first come first served basis: reserve your accommodation now to avoid disappointment
For more information about accommodation, visit our website.
Our new global, interdisciplinary postgraduate programme MA International Heritage Management and Consultancy could help students interested in a career in the heritage sector realise their ambitions. It is also a perfect route for those already in work who would either like to transition into the sector or specialise in a particular role.
Based at our Penryn campus in Cornwall, you will consider current global challenges and undertake theoretical and methodological training designed to prepare you for real-life heritage work, which can include: project and site management, strategic and financial planning, disaster preparation and marketing.
The programme incorporates regular visits to national heritage sites and museums, enabling students to learn first-hand about heritage management from on-site experts. You will also gain direct experience on an inclusive international field course to Vancouver and Vancouver Island, Canada (read more below).
You can find out more about the programme on our postgraduate study pages which provides information about what you can expect from the course, as well as the specific modules available.
Students will take part in our field course to Canada at the start of the third term, where you will visit Vancouver and Vancouver Island. Our field course offers a unique opportunity for you to explore issues of heritage, environment, industry and community, locating these issues in the context of key global challenges such as decolonisation, reconciliation, indigeneity, and climate change.
As part of the field course, you will learn from international professionals, specialists, and community members in-situ and in-context; visit world renowned heritage sites and museums; participate in different forms of tourism, such as ecotourism; and gain awareness of potential opportunities for, and threats to, the local heritage, culture, and environment. Through this process you will develop an understanding of a different cultural approach to heritage management and witness competing heritage agendas in action.
This varied field course includes workshops in the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia; an opportunity to experience ecotourism first-hand; visits to First Nations Cultural Centres (for example, U’mista Cultural Centre or Nuyumbalees); museums and galleries such as the Bill Reid Gallery; and meet and learn from heritage professionals on site visits.*
Your expenses for accommodation and travel are included in the cost of the programme.
*Please note that the exact itinerary can vary from year to year.