UCD Distance Learning Programme in World Heritage Conservation – Deadline: 9 August 2013
UCD Distance Learning Programme in World Heritage Conservation is now open for applicants
Deadline: 9 August 2013
University College Dublin (UCD) is offering courses in World Heritage Conservation which are accessible to people from around the world and provide a flexible learning environment to professionals and decision makers working in areas related to the nomination and conservation of World Heritage Sites. The programme is now open for applications. The Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in World Heritage Conservation are part-time, online, distance learning courses designed to provide a professional understanding of the working of the World Heritage Convention and the processes for the inscription of and monitoring of properties on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
University College Dublin also offers a Master’s Programme in World Heritage Management, which is taught on campus in Ireland. The multi-disciplinary Master’s Programme equips students with the skills to protect, manage and share some of the world’s most outstanding and unique places. The course specialises in both natural and cultural heritages and students with a strong primary degree from any discipline are welcome to apply.
The deadline for applicants this academic year is 9 August 2013. For more information please contact:
Dr Claire Cave
UCD School of Biology & Environmental Science
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
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