National, provincial and municipal government bodies and stakeholders in the market need highly educated professionals in heritage, who are able to use their knowledge to solve societal issues, contribute to policy matters, and ask and answer design questions in the spatial arena.
Heritage meets past, present and future
What can you do after your Master's degree?
A Master’s degree in Heritage Studies opens many doors. You’ll be well prepared to work with designers, planners, board members, politicians, entrepreneurs and other decision-makers. National, provincial and municipal governments and others are looking for highly educated professionals when it comes to heritage-related knowledge on societal issues, policymaking and spatial design.
There’s also a pressing need for experts who can leverage their critical intellectual observations in relation to governance and policy in spatial planning. As a graduate in the programme, you’ll have the skills to formulate alternative policies in a scientific way, integrating heritage and memory in plans for the future spatial organisation of European countries.
And, of course, heritage experts are much sought-after in institutions for the protection and conservation of buildings and sites. You’ll be well equipped to work on the valuation, selection and protection of heritage objects and complexes.