Heritage Practice

The MRes in Heritage Practice is a programme with a 60-credit taught part and a Dissertation of 120 credits, which has an allowance of up to 30,000 words. The taught element enables students to engage critically with concepts of heritage and its practice in Wales as well as in other parts of the world. It enhances your skills, enabling you to develop research strategies for use in exploring your chosen angle on a sector that is gaining increased significance in today's world. For full details of the programme and the modules available please visit our website.

Entry requirements

The normal minimum requirement for admission is a Bachelor's degree, with a good 2.1 honours, or equivalent. However as part of an inclusive approach to learning we encourage applications from students from non-traditional entry points or without recognised educational backgrounds, but who have an equivalent and appropriate professional qualification or significant relevant professional experience. In such cases the programme leader may ask for a telephone/ skype conversation or request evidence in the form of a piece of work, report, analysis of some sort to satisfy themselves that each student is able to fulfil their potential on the course.

Course modules

For details of available modules please visit: www.uwtsd.ac.uk/ma-heritage-practice/

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MRes Part-time February 2017 - 4 years
MRes Full-time October 2017 - 2 years

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