Amsterdam University of the Arts (museology) 2018 - 2019

The Master of Museology offers the opportunity to reflect deeply on and experiment with new visions of heritage and its role in society. It focuses heavily on the future and on new approaches. The programme provides graduates with a wide range of theoretical knowledge and helps them develop an academic approach to museology combined with applied professional competencies.

 

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City Amsterdam

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Scholarship programmes

1 partial scholarship

Total value of the scholarship (per scholarship): € 2500,

Tuition fee:           € 2500 - tuition waver 

Specific study programmes: Master of Museology

www.ahk.nl/reinwardt/master/home/

Duration of the Scholarship First year of the programme
Deadline for application 01 fevereiro 2018

Contact details

Wilma Wesselink
Master-museology@ahk.nl or Wilma.wesselink@ahk.nl
+ 31 20 5277103

www.ahk.nl/reinwardt/master/home/

 

Academic requirement

High school diploma

English Level

  IELTS                     Min. score: 6.5

Working experience Working experience is not a requirement
Additional requirements
An interview (via Skype) and statement of intent (motivation letter)
of 500-800 words, explaining expectations, career goals and interests
in the field and exploring thoughtsabout the museums and heritage
field.
This interview and the statement are a part of the assessment procedure. 

Documentation

   Orange Tulip Scholarship application form

   Proof that the admission process with the Dutch institution has started

    Curriculum Vitae in English

    3  recommendation letters 

 

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The Master of Museology offers the opportunity to reflect deeply on and experiment with new visions of heritage and its role in society. It focuses heavily on the future and on new approaches. Our master programme provides graduates with broad theoretical knowledge and helps them develop an academic approach to museology combined with useful professional skills. It gives students the depth of knowledge they need, to play a leading role in formulating out-of-the-box policies based on sound ethics.

About 20 highly-qualified students from diverse geographic and professional backgrounds enrol in the programme annually. As mature students, they are given responsibilities to work with and learn from one another. In the process they develop skills to participate in public discourse. During their 18 months of studying, they become part of the international Academy’s network. They build their careers within cultural heritage organizations and also as independent consultants.

The Master of Museology consists of 4 key modules supplemented by an introduction week and a research and professional skills module. Completion of this coursework will take one academic year. Thereafter, all students have to fulfil a research intemship, which will be concluded with an academic thesis, policy document, exhibition proposal or creative work.

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