The International Master’s degree in Managing Art & Cultural Heritage in Global Markets (MAGMa), entirely taught in English, aims to equip art and cultural heritage professionals with the skills necessary to a growing field worldwide. The programme is delivered jointly by the University of Glasgow, the University of Lisbon and University Institute of Lisbon, Erasmus University Rotterdam and IESA Arts&culture, Paris. Run over two years from September 2022, students study in Lisbon, Paris, and Rotterdam with online courses offered by Glasgow. Summer and winter short courses add to the diversity of the programme.

Goals
Goals

Goals

The International Masters in Managing Art & Cultural Heritage in Global Markets (MAGMa) aims to explore contemporary issues affecting the market for art and cultural heritage (A & CH) utilising historical, theoretical and experiential models, with the primary aim of better equipping the A & CH professional with the skills necessary to work within a highly complex and growing field worldwide. The collaboration of European and international university and cultural institutions will deliver a programme that combines theory with practice, enabling an integrated approach to understanding the social, economic, legal and cultural issues affecting the A & CH sectors with first-hand experience of contexts as diverse as museums, heritage sites, auction houses, dealers and foundations.

How to apply?
How to apply?

How to apply?

This programme accepts English-speaking students who have completed a four-year degree.
Students apply online through the University of Glasgow.
For specifics on entry requirements and application documents, here

Career opportunities
Career opportunities

Career opportunities

  • Museum / historic site director
  • Exhibition developer
  • Heritage educator
  • Heritage researcher
  • Heritage site curator
  • Executive in cultural tourism
  • Heritage tour manager
  • ONG or governmental executive in heritage affairs
  • Heritage administrator
  • Exhibition developer
  • Outreach officer
  • Unesco project officer (World Heritage Center)