Betting on internationalization, on mobility and on the answer to global world challenges, the Master Erasmus Mundus + TPTI: Techniques, heritage, industrial landscapes is an international master course regrouping nine universities: Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Évora, Padova, Alicante, Prague, Curitiba, Sfax, Oviedo and Puebla and whose academic pathways is done in Évora, Paris and Padova universities. This training aims to improving knowledge on Cultural Heritage, particularly Technical, Industrial and Landscape Heritage, passing by historical analysis and land analysis, the research and management, the research-action and heritage enhancement. Ensured by teachers from different countries, with experience in the scientific fields of this training, provides for students different visions about Cultural Heritage with geographic and cultural settings very diversified, seeking to form experts capable to safeguard and manage the Cultural Heritage and thinking the Heritage as a sustained development way and as a cultural promotion of different regions and countries. Students are prepared to a professional career through internships, the learning of different languages and the mobility in different European and non-European countries. At University of Évora, this master is presented as an area of specialization of the master Management and Enhancement of Historical and Cultural Heritage.
Course in Association/Partner Institutions:
- Université Paris 1 Phantéon-Sorbonne
- Università degli Studi di Padova
School of Social Sciences
4 Semesters/120 ECTS credits (75 required and 15 optional in curricular units)
, English, French
Techniques, Patrimoines,Territoires de l'industrie:história,valorização e didáctica
Public and private institutions who deal with Historical and Cultural Heritage safeguard, conservation, management, reuse and enhancement, such as Councils, Foundations, ONG, Museums, State bodies, public and private Companies, Libraries, Archives, Diplomatic corps.
Specific Entry Requirements
The evaluation criteria of applications are defined by the master Erasmus Mundus + TPTI: Techniques, Heritage, and Industrial Landscape consortium. Evaluation of applications is done by the Master Scientific Committee (CSLM) members, composed of representatives from the different universities of the consortium, at a defined date according to the European Union Erasmus Mundus + program time-limits.
Access Routes and Applications
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Academic Manager: Helena Espadaneira