Managing Art and Cultural Heritage in Global Markets Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters

The Managing Art and Cultural Heritage in Global Markets (MAGMa) Erasmus Mundus Joint Master is designed to examine critically the drivers and mechanisms that govern the circulation and management of art and cultural heritage internationally, utilising historical, theoretical and experiential models. The primary aim is to better equip the graduate with the skills necessary to work within a highly complex and growing international field.

The collaboration of European and international university and cultural institutions from Portugal, France, The Netherlands, Italy, India and the UK will deliver a programme that combines theory with practice, enabling an integrated approach to understanding the social, economic, legal and cultural issues affecting the Art & Cultural Heritage sectors with first-hand experience of contexts as diverse as museums, heritage sites, auction houses, dealers and foundations.

Students will engage with multicultural tangible and intangible heritage and with diverse organisations and systems involved in its management and circulation worldwide, which will offer the opportunity for participants to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to engage with the field in an innovative, ethical and sustainable way.