Why study Education in Museums and Heritage in Nijmegen?
The Erasmus Mundus Master’s programme Education in Museums and Heritage, a joint degree with the University of Glasgow, offers global and innovative approaches to education in the museum and heritage sector. The programme will equip future leaders in this sector for the vital role that Museum and Heritage education plays so as to build an open community and a healthier, more inclusive and sustainable future. This unique and multidisciplinary two-year Master’s programme offers placements and a minimum of three mobility periods in Europe.
- Multiple mobility periods in Europe allow for a truly international learning experience.
- You will be part of an international classroom, coming into contact with different languages.
- You will be exposed to cutting edge teaching, research and practice across Europe.
- Consortium partners include the University of Glasgow, the University of Tartu, Radboud University and the University of Malta.
- Innovative summer school offerings will be held annually and provided by key associate partners, the Smithsonian Institute in the US, the European Museum Academy (at various museums around Europe), and the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico.
- Guest lectures and seminars are offered by scholars and policy practitioners who are leading experts in their field.
- You will have access to a variety of second language training.