Masters Degrees in Cultural Heritage

SDA Bocconi School of Management

The Master in Arts Management and Administration (MAMA) is a full-time, international, one-year program that is taught entirely in English and attracts students from all over the world. MAMA aims to support artistic innovation and cultural development worldwide, by strengthening the leadership and management skills required for arts organizations to thrive.

Milan , Lombardy 15/05/2020 12 months 27.000 Contact Master  ▸

University of Westminster

The Energy and Environmental Change MA is an interdisciplinary degree that combines international relations, law, business and sustainability studies. As such it provides a comprehensive examination of energy security, energy markets and climate change from global, regional and local perspectives.

London 15/09/2017 12 months Contact Master  ▸

University of Westminster

This course looks at the way that museums, galleries and other cultural institutions are changing to meet the needs of the 21st century.
The MA has been designed for students who wish to work as curators, arts organisers, museum professional and other cultural managers and who want to know in particular how these institutions face contemporary issues

London 16/01/2017 12 months Contact Master  ▸

University of Westminster

Students on this course will take a fresh critical look at this subject. Here you will gain the knowledge and tools to make informed design decisions based on post-occupancy feedback and performance analysis, towards a new paradigm of environmental architecture, which is environmentally and energy conscious, yet sensitive to the contextual and socio-cultural landscape we live in.

University of Westminster

The Architecture MA incorporates a number of different study options including an extensive range of individual module choices and specialist pathways in Cultural Identity and Globalisation, History and Theory, and Digital Media.

University of Westminster

This multidisciplinary, visual theory-based course is established around the belief that visual literacy and the impact of visual forms of thinking and working now play significant roles in society.
The course introduces you to a range of historical and contemporary debates that inform the theories and practice of visual culture.