Bournemouth University - School of Conservation Sciences
City University, London, Arts Policy and Management - M.A. - Museum and Gallery Management
London Metropolitan University, Arts and Heritage Management - M.A.-Arts and Heritage Management
Nottingham Trent University - Museum & Heritage Management
Royal College of Art, School of Humanities - Curating contemporary art
University of Birmingham, The Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity - Heritage Management
University of Aberdeen - M.Litt in Museum Studies
Museums are increasingly important in a modern world with a wide range of research focusing on their history, collections, practices and social roles. The MLitt in Museum Studies makes much use of the University of Aberdeen in Scotland’s internationally important collections and museums to explore these issues and to give practical experience of working in a museum, working closely with professional as well as academic staff. For information about the programme, visit this site.
University of East Anglia, School of World Art and Museology Studies - Museology
University of Essex - MA in Gallery Studies
University of Leeds - MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies
University of London, Courtauld Institute of Art - Conservation
University of Manchester, Centre for Museology
Newcastle University International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies - Art Museum & Gallery Education, Art Museum & Gallery Studies, Art as Enterprise, Heritage Education & Interpretation, Heritage Management, and Museum Studies; Masters of Art , Postgraduate Diploma, Masters of Practice, Postgraduate Certificate, Master of Philosophy, and PhD
University of Portsmouth, Faculty of the Environment - Maritime Heritage Studies
University of Salford, Heritage Studies
University of Sussex - Critical Museology
University of Ulster, Faculty of Arts - Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies
Centre for Cultural & Heritage Studies at Newcastle University
MA in Art Museum & Gallery Education
This innovative new programme has been created specifically to meet the growing national and international need for qualified visual arts educators. It offers an exciting opportunity for those wishing to pursue graduate-level professional training as gallery, art museum and freelance art educators. It combines cutting edge research with the chance to learn directly from the practical experience of professionals from Tate Modern, BALTIC and others operating in the field.
MA in Heritage Management
This programme is designed to provide students with a good understanding and working knowledge of the management of heritage resources and sites which will enable them to gain employment in the sector or to conduct further research. Modules are delivered intensively in weekly teaching blocks making access to the programme easier for part time students and heritage professionals.
Full policy here.