The International Masters in Managing Art and Cultural Heritage in Global Markets (MAGMa), aims to explore contemporary issues affecting the market for art and cultural heritage (A & CH) utilising historical, theoretical and experiential models, with the primary aim of better equipping the A & CH professional with the skills necessary to work within a highly complex and growing field worldwide.
The collaboration of European and international university and cultural institutions will deliver a programme that combines theory with practice, enabling an integrated approach to understanding the social, economic, legal and cultural issues affecting the A & CH sectors with first-hand experience of contexts as diverse as museums, heritage sites, auction houses, dealers and foundations.
The programme is structured around a series of mobility periods across two years where you study at a combination of partner universities, taking a mix of core and optional courses. Teaching is delivered via a mix of lectures and seminars, with guest lectures and opportunities for work placements. The final mobility period will be spent at one of the partners under the supervision of a team from at least two universities.
The programme also includes an optional two-week summer school in years 1 and 2. Successful students will be awarded a multiple degree (four parchments) by all the consortium partners.
2:1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) in a relevant subject.
College of Arts
History of Art