MSc in World Heritage Management & Conservation
This multi-disciplinary Masters course is intended for those who want to learn the skills to develop careers as managers responsible for World cultural and/or natural heritage. The UCD Masters Programme in World Heritage Management & Conservation provides graduates with a thorough knowledge of the World Heritage Convention and its application in solving heritage conservation problems. The programme is taught on campus and is available as both full and part time.
The programme comprises lectures, seminars, workshops, fieldtrips and projects, which will broaden your knowledge and understanding, improve communication skills and improve your ability for independent thinking and for developing creative solutions. One of the main factors that will determine your field of expertise is the research thesis. The topic is chosen in consultation with the academic staff and the aim is to develop project management, research and analytical skills in an area of conservation management that is of particular interest to you.
Programme coordinator: Dr Claire Cave
Phone: 00353(0)1 716 8358.
Closing Date for 2019-2020 applications: close of business, Friday, 7th June 2019MSc in World Heritage Management & ConservationPDF|