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Heritage and Interpretation (Distance Learning) - MA/MSc/PGDip


Online University of Leicester    Museum Studies

April, October PGDip, MA, MSc 18-24 months distance learning

About the course

The Heritage and Interpretation course at the University of Leicester is for individuals who want to study heritage interpretation by distance learning. The course provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to shape, manage, and interpret heritage sites and objects. There are four core modules in the degree program, as well as a dissertation for MA/MSc students on a topic of their choice. The course is taught by Dr. David Fleming and Dr. Richard Hingley.

This is for you if... you want the flexibility of studying by distance learning while gaining the knowledge and skills you need to develop your career in the heritage sector.

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Entry Requirements

In recognition of the diverse employment needs of the culture sector, we recognise and credit a range of prior qualifications and experiences.
Either a first class or second class degree, which can be in any subject area
Or be able to demonstrate equivalent skills and aptitudes through the possession of a professional or vocational qualification and/or the accrual of relevant work experiences. Relevant experience can come from a wide spectrum of work or voluntary environments but clear evidence of this experience must be provided


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