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7822F - Heritage, Museums and Galleries MLitt

Heritage, Museums and Galleries MLitt

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Start in: September 2022

Our flexible research programme focuses on our key research themes. These are: cultural politics and policy; identity, community and place; and representation and media.

Overview

The Heritage, Museums and Galleries MLitt is a 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.

The flexible nature of the assignments makes this programme particularly suitable for sector professionals. It will suit those interested in advancing their career and knowledge through research. The assignments offer the opportunity for you to explore a variety of smaller topics or carry out in-depth research on a single topic. This research master's in Heritage, Museum and Galleries will also suit those who want to progress to doctoral study.

The programme is in Media, Culture, Heritage, within the School of Arts and Cultures. We also have links with the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies (ICCHS). This is a leading academic centre for research and teaching in museum, gallery, and heritage studies.

ICCHS has a thriving, high-profile interdisciplinary research community of:

  • postgraduate research students
  • experienced academic researchers who are key figures in their fields

Our research students pursue a variety of topics related to museum, gallery and heritage studies. Our academic supervisors have significant experience in interdisciplinary research and professional practice. Our key research themes are:

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What you'll learn

Taught modules aim to extend your knowledge and skills beyond undergraduate level and help to develop your research skills.

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.

How you'll learn

 

Your development

Your future

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Quality and ranking

All professional accreditations are reviewed regularly by their professional body

Facilities

As a research student in media, culture and heritage, you'll have access to a dedicated study space with:

  • networked PCs
  • printing
  • photocopying facilities

You can also use the common room and kitchen to meet with fellow researchers and academics.

You'll have access to our top-quality facilities, plus the extensive cultural resources available on campus and in the city:

In addition to our expertise in heritage studies, the city of Newcastle and the wider region offer a wonderful resource. We've two World Heritage Sites, many heritage sites and over 80 regional museums and galleries. Much of the region's countryside is designated as National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees for 2022 entry (per year)

What you're paying for

Tuition fees include the costs of:

  • matriculation
  • registration
  • tuition (or supervision)
  • library access
  • examination
  • re-examination
  • graduation

Some of our degrees involve additional costs which are not covered by your tuition fees.

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  • additional costs
  • living costs
  • tuition fees, including how to pay them and available discounts

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Entry requirements

The entrance requirements below apply to 2022 entry.

Qualifications from outside the UK

English Language requirements

How to apply


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  • On-campus open days
  • Virtual open days
  • Webinars

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Get in touch

Questions about this course?

If you have specific questions about this course you can contact:

Karen Robb
School of Arts and Cultures
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 3509
Email: pgmch@ncl.ac.uk

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