Study Programs

World Heritage Studies ( WHS )

This Master program focuses on the transfer of knowledge and methods that are relevant in the context of the conventions and programs in the field of cultural and natural heritage administered by the UNESCO. One focus here is the World Heritage Convention of 1972. Here, students learn and explore the administration and management of World Heritage in numerous interdisciplinary, academic fields, especially conservation strategies and methods, strategic management and planning, presentation and interpretation as well as tourism and visitor management.

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Dual Master Degree programs with Deakin University , Australia

Students in the Master program World Heritage Studies have the opportunity to receive a dual master's degree in collaboration with Deakin University in Melbourne (Australia). The dual program integrates the Master program in World Heritage Studies at BTU -Senftenberg and the Master program in Cultural Heritage at Deakin University.

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Joint Master in Heritage Conservation and Site Management ( HCSM )
with Helwan University, Egypt

This joint program between the two universities is aimed at the transfer of knowledge and methods that are necessary for the protection and management of heritage sites. Therefore, the modules offered in the Joint Master deal with areas such as strategies and approaches to work in heritage conservation, heritage management or tourism and visitor management. In addition, students complete two practical study projects to provide an insight into the practical work of later professional life.

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Bachelor in Culture and Technology ( KUT )

Culture and art is a cultural studies course, which makes a special relationship its subject: results and methods of science and technology are very important achievements of human culture that characterize the relationship of man to the world and sustainably coin its perceptions and orientations.
Students should learn to understand the complex effects of science and technology in culture and be aware of the ethical problems associated with developments in science and technology.

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