UWA launches 'first of its kind' Master of Heritage Studies

The University of Western Australia has launched a brand new two-year Master of Heritage Studies, the first of its kind in Australia, that aims to teach graduates how to protect the world’s cultural, historical and natural heritage. Students can choose between studying Indigenous and international heritage and the programme covers heritage management issues such as conservation, economic development, cultural sustainability, planning, representation and ethics.

Students will have the opportunity to undertake a professional work placement as part of the programme, in Perth or across Australia, or at a selection of heritage institutions in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Hangzhou in China. An exchange programme is also offered with Zhejiang University, one of the top institutions in China.

To learn more about this exciting programme please contact Study Options.

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