Over deze opleiding
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Faculty of Humanities, is the only faculty in Europe that, departing from a spatial perspective, offers an interdisciplinary programme problematizing the tensions between maintenance, memory and renewal in the transformation of heritage. The interdisciplinary approach leads to new insights in the opportunities to give heritage a position in spatial planning processes that will determine the future appearance of European cities and regions.
Most people find heritage essential as a carrier of their environment and consider it an unmistakable part of culture. They see a connection between the visual and material features of objects, ensembles and structures, and the people as their creators and those who remember. This connection can be strengthened by the dissemination of knowledge, access to space and memory cultures, documenting, presenting. These actions can be worthwhile as such, but also in complex transformation processes, in which remembrance, business, governance and policy are at stake. It may even be that not all memories and remembrance events are welcome, but need to be integrated. The landscape of memory is freckled with obstacles and contested sites.
Upon completion you will receive a Master of Arts diploma
With your diploma in Heritage Studies you are an expert to negotiate with designers, planners, board members, politicians, entrepreneurs and other decision makers. National, provincial and municipal government bodies and stakeholders in the market need highly educated professionals who contribute heritage knowledge in societal issues, policy matters and design questions in the spatial arena.
There is also a need for experts who follow governance and policy in spatial planning with their critical intellectual observations and who can found or formulate alternative policies in a scientific manner, integrating heritage and memory in plans for the future spatial organisation of European countries.
And of course heritage experts are wanted in the institutions for the protection and conservation of buildings and sites which is oriented towards valuation, selection and protection of heritage objects and complexes.
Dutch students can apply via Studielinkbefore the June 1st for the master programme Heritage Studies under the label Erfgoedstudies.
After you have applied for the master in Studielink, you will receive two emails with your login details for VUnet (VU studentportal). Please complete your application in VUnet . Don’t forget to fill in your specialization on VUnet :Heritage Studies.
Next to this, you'll need to provide all the documents containing the information we need to decide whether you are admissible. The following required documents should be send to:firstname.lastname@example.org
- application form(Dutch)
- transcript of records (scan of original)
- motivation letter
- curriculum vitae
Your application will be reviewed by the Admission Board of Faculty of Humanities. You will be informed whether you have been admitted via Studielink.
The tuition fee for students of European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) countries who have not yet been awarded a degree in the Netherlands for the academic year 2018-2019 will amount to €2060 for a full time master’s study programme, part time study programme or dual study programme.
VU is verder kijkenAl sinds de oprichting in 1880 staat de VU voor een onderscheidende manier van wetenschap toepassen. Met ons onderzoek en onderwijs willen we de wereld beter maken. Maatschappelijke problemen vragen om samenwerking tussen verschillende specialismen. De VU...