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Study Heritage

If you're interested in pursuing heritage-related study, find out about the options available here at Newcastle University.

It is possible to study heritage across a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules at Newcastle University within the Schools of:

  • Architecture, Planning, and Landscape
  • Arts and Cultures
  • English Literature, Language, and Linguistics
  • History, Classics, and Archaeology
  • Natural and Environmental Sciences
  • Newcastle University Business School
Students learning

What do the modules cover?

Modules cover diverse topics such as Caring for Collections in the Museum/Gallery, Heritage Sector, Cultural Heritage and Marketing, Critical Perspectives on Heritage Practices and Home and Heritage, History: Twentieth Century Children’s Literature.

In addition, there are multiple ways in which you can study heritage topics through extended research assignments. For example, dissertations, internships, and practice-based research in collaboration with sector partners.

The heritage programmes at Newcastle University

Postgraduate taught programmes offer a wide range of opportunities to continue with or begin to study heritage topics. These include: