Culture is our legacy from the past. Cultural activities are major contributors to national development, job creation and social cohesion. This is the vision inspiring the Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development since
its first edition in 2003.
Learn by doing, through case studies, workshops, and group exercises
Exchange ideas with international students and faculty
Engage with experts from the ILO and other international organizations
The Programme provides a solid foundation in cultural economics, going through the value chain of cultural tangible and intangible resources.
The Programme provides a solid foundation in a variety of cultural economics topics and explores in detail the economic, social, institutional and legal considerations that govern the diverse UNESCO Conventions.
The programme promotes discussion, debate and diversity by providing opportunities for exchange and peer learning, in the classroom and during the study visits.
Students learn by studying, collaborating, and observing practitioners in action.