The Master of Heritage Studies aims to meet the training needs of all those whose lives intersect with heritage, be this in the context of government, the business sector, NGOs, international organisations, museums, universities, heritage agencies, national and provincial parks etc. Two areas of specialisation are offered: Indigenous Australian Heritage and International Heritage.
The degree draws on the intellectual leadership and experience of Australia in the development of international heritage practice and focuses this upon serving international heritage training needs. This degree covers all types of heritage and considers how we live with, care for and share heritage issues, covering areas such as legislation, management, conservation, tourism, development, stewardship, presentation, sustainability, ethics and commodification.
All students have the opportunity to undertake a professional placement with a relevant organisation, a study tour, and an exchange with one of our partner universities overseas.
A relevant bachelor’s degree of this University or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;IELTS (Academic): Overall score minimum of 6.5, no band less than 6.0 (must include Academic Reading and Writing modules).
Recipient: University of Western Australia
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