Postgraduate

Cultural Property Protection MLitt

Cultural Property Protection MLitt

Full time: 12 months, part time: 24 months

Profile

The Cultural Property Protection (CPP) MLitt is a flexible research programme offering a bespoke specialist CPP qualification, fully supported by world-class experts in the field.

About this course

You will be suitable for this course if you are:

  • interested in the protection of cultural property during armed conflict or following natural disasters
  • a recent graduate considering PhD research in this field
  • a member of the armed forces seeking a professional CPP qualification
  • a heritage professional seeking a professional CPP qualification

The Cultural Property Protection MLitt is a bespoke researched based programme with some taught elements. The taught research methods part of the programme provides structured learning. This is ideal if you're unfamiliar with academic research or have been away from academia for a long time.

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Modules

You will study modules on this course. A module is a unit of a course with its own approved aims and outcomes and assessment methods.

Modules for 2018 entry

Module changes

Module changes

Modules change annually to take account of:

  • changing staff expertise
  • developments in the discipline
  • the requirements of external bodies and partners
  • student feedback.

Most module information for 2019 entry will be available from mid-May 2019.

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Work experience

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Fees & Funding

2019-2020 fees

If your studies last longer than one year your fee may be subject to an annual inflationary increase.

The fees displayed here are per year.

MLitt

UK

Full time: £5,010
Part time: £2,505

EU

Full time: £5,010
Part time: £2,505

International

Full time £16,500

EU students starting at Newcastle in 2019 will pay the UK (Home) tuition fee for the full duration of their course.

Funding opportunities

Entry Requirements

A 2:1 honours degree, or international equivalent, (or relevant sector experience) in a subject relevant to the research proposal.

Appropriate degree areas include:

  • heritage management, archaeology, classics, history, architecture
  • disaster and emergency management and humanitarian response
  • international relations
  • communications and media 
  • peacebuilding
  • terrorism, security studies, criminology, and other similar fields

Depending on the focus, a number of other courses may also offer suitable backgrounds for this programme, such as:

  • anthropology
  • philosophy
  • geography

 Science and engineering subjects are not normally accepted but will be considered if you have good relevant professional experience following graduation/post-degree.

We will also consider applicants with non-degree level qualifications as long you also have a minimum of five years relevant sector experience. Relevant industry experience can include such things as:

  • serving in the armed forces
  • a position involving heritage or museum management, or heritage project delivery
  • humanitarian and disaster response

Find out the equivalent qualifications for your country.

Use the drop down above to find your country. If your country isn't listed please email: international.recruitment@ncl.ac.uk for further information.

English Language Requirements

Select an English language test from the list to view our English language entry requirements.

Please email us at international.recruitment@ncl.ac.uk for further information.

Pre-sessional English Language courses are accepted as an alternative entry to this course.

How to Apply

You apply online, track your application and contact the admissions team via our applicant portal. Our step by step guide can help you on your way.

Start dates and Fee

Start dates

The course starts in September. There is no application closing date for this course.

We suggest international students apply at least two months before the course starts. This is so that you have enough time to make the necessary arrangements.

Deposit

If you live outside the UK/EU you must:

  • pay a deposit of £1,500
  • or submit an official letter of sponsorship

The deposit is payable after you receive an offer to study at Newcastle University. The deposit is non-refundable, but is deducted from your tuition fees when you register.