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May 27, 2008

Glasgow Caledonian University is now inviting applications to join its postgraduate MSc Cultural Heritage Studies (full and part-time study available), starting in late September 2008.
Glasgow Caledonian University, SCOTLAND, UK

An exciting and unique learning experience in cultural heritage and the historic environment, with the opportunity to undertake study with a leading team at GCU in the Cultural Business Group. Following its successful launch in 2005, applicants are encouraged to apply for the next annual intake onto this innovative course. 
Limited number of Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) studentships available to relevant applicants; £1000 Caledonian Business School Scholarships also available to overseas applicants.
The course offers:
• A strong research-led programme for graduates who wish to work in the heritage sector and for professionals and volunteers seeking career development
• Opportunities for full and part time study (individual modules can also be taken as stand alone CPD)
• Strong collaborative links with museums, and heritage sector agencies; excellent graduate employment record within the culture and heritage sector
• A global perspective on a wide range of heritage issues, ideas and policies – with ability to focus on thematic pathways (such as tourism development; museums; interpretation, etc.)
This programme provides preparation for professional practice, including management skills, practical work with registered museum collections and archives, case-study analysis; and can also act as a precursor for further postgraduate research.
Applications are welcomed for the MSc., Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate from prospective students from a range of backgrounds.
Applicants who are already working in the field may be interested in CPD opportunities available via individual modules, or taking the course on a part-time basis.
For further information on the MSc Cultural Heritage Studies course please contact the Course Administrator, Ms Debbie Hossick – email:  
Full course brochure available on the course website:
University website:

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