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Why study?

The Master's Degree trains managers of cultural heritage, a key factor for territorial development, with special emphasis on the local dimension. Students will acquire the professional competences that will enable them to take a specialisation in the management of cultural heritage: museums, environmental habitats and resources, popular culture, historical memory, art, architecture, and ethnographic and archaeological heritage.

Students will likewise be given the grounding that will enable them to provide tools for detecting and assessing political, economic and ideological factors that affect the role of heritage in local development.