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  Managing Archaeological Sites MA

University College London    Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences

Full time & Part time September MA 1 year full time, 2 years part time
Architecture, Building & Planning (3) Business & Management (5) Forensic & Archaeological Sciences (16) History & Archaeology (19)

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Unleash your passion for heritage with the Managing Archaeological Sites MA at UCL. This programme offers a comprehensive exploration of archaeological and heritage sites, delving into their modern-day significance and management challenges. By blending theory and practice, students gain insights into sustainable heritage management strategies on a global scale. The course caters to diverse academic backgrounds, fostering seminar discussions and site visits to enhance practical learning experiences. Graduates emerge equipped with the skills to navigate the complexities of heritage administration and international organisations. With a strong emphasis on multidisciplinary perspectives and contemporary case studies, students master practical approaches such as digital documentation, visitor management, and heritage tourism. The programme's international outlook and field research projects provide a unique learning environment, preparing students for impactful careers in heritage management and policy development. Join us with a minimum upper second-class Bachelor's degree and embark on a rewarding journey in heritage preservation and management.

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The Managing Archaeological Sites MA takes a broad view of archaeological and heritage sites, analysing them internationally and in their modern-day context, with considerations of challenges and opportunities of the 21st century at the forefront. It explores how tangible heritage sites and landscapes, including World Heritage Sites, are identified, valued, interpreted and utilised for different purposes, and discusses how those could be managed better.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor's degree in a relevant subject from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.


UK tuition fees (2024/25)
Full-time: £15,100
Part-time: £7,550

Overseas tuition fees (2024/25)
Full-time: £31,100
Part-time: £15,550

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