Curriculum of Museum, Heritage and Education Studies (joint programme)
Within the Master's specialisation of Education in Museums and Heritage you will follow courses at the University of Glasgow and at the Radboud University.
The Master’s specialisation in Education in Museums and Heritage is taught within the Faculty of Arts and has an overall course load of 120 EC* (two years). In the first semester, an overview of Museum Education is taught in Glasgow. In the second semester, students can choose to study at either the University of Tartu or University College Cork (UCC), the National University of Ireland (NUIG) or Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Between the second and third semester, there's the option to take part in a summer school with the European Museum Academy and the Universidad Iberoamericana. In semester three, students have the option to study at the University of Malta or Radboud University in the Netherlands. In the fourth semester, students have the option to write their research dissertation at Radboud University or another university depending on where they wish to be based for research/ supervision purposes.
During your Master’s programme, you will have the opportunity to go abroad for your studies, internship and/or thesis. You will learn to look at things from the perspective of a different culture and you will meet new people; it is an experience that will enrich your life. What’s more, it will look great on your CV.
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Do you want an extra challenge during your studies? Do you find it interesting to think about current, social themes from different academic perspectives? Discover what the Radboud Honours Academy has to offer to achieve your maximum potential during your time as a student.