Tutored Project

This section of the Master’s Degree asks for students to work collectively on a patrimonial project relating to ‘an object’ or ‘a know-how’ in the field of historical-patrimony or heritage. Themes are imposed, chosen by those in charge of the program, so that students can mobilize resources from the professional and scientific network connected with the Master’s Degree. The aim is to train students in collective work from a dual perspective, both multidisciplinary and intersectoral.

Students are divided into working groups that combine their skills such as history, architecture, archeology, museology, management, law or other. Each group is supervised by a tutor, a PhD candidate or professional, with whom they meet with every other week in face-to-face or web conferencing. Each group chooses the realization to which it will work during the four semesters: museum valuation of a site or collection, setting up a virtual museum, setting up an inventory, aesthetic or cultural valorisation of a site or collection, organization an exhibition, etc.

The completion of the tutored project is a highlight of the transfer of skills and knowledge. Students are encouraged to meet and network with professionals, depending how they want to approach the valuation of their scientific and technical work.

The rendering in the third semester is collective. It takes the form of an online publication presented to the public.

Students learn about intercultural collaboration and professional exchange in the market of creating heritage projects.



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