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Victoria University of Wellington Master of Museum and Heritage Practice – MMHP
Victoria University of Wellington

Master of Museum and Heritage Practice – MMHP

Wellington, New Zealand

1 Years

English

Full time, Part time

01 Dec 2024

24 Feb 2025

NZD 14,563 / per course

On-Campus

Introduction

Launch a career in the museum and heritage sector or take your existing career in a new direction with a flexible range of professional and academic qualifications.

Fast-track your career in the museum and heritage sector

Get the practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and sector experience you need to work as a museum and heritage professional. Choose from a flexible range of qualifications that can all be completed in a year.

Get Connected

Join a programme that's an integral part of New Zealand’s museum and heritage sector. It’s been designed for and with the sector to give you the professional development you need for a career in GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums) or heritage management.

Taking advantage of Wellington's rich cultural resources, you’ll head out on numerous field trips and meet with experts from local organisations, as well as from academics with strong local and international networks, along with highly qualified professionals drawn from the sector.

Flexible qualifications

Choose from a range of flexible qualifications and courses that balance taught classes and work experience, academic research and professional skills, theory and practice.

The qualifications are part of a tiered family, with each one counting towards the next step. This lets you choose the qualification that best suits your current situation and build on this later should you wish.

Build practical experience

Learn on the job during a placement with one of the dozens of organisations involved with the programme. If you're doing the MMHP, you'll also have the opportunity for advanced professional training and work experience through a longer internship.

You’ll get practical experience, make valuable contacts, and learn from working professionals.

Cultural Immersion

Familiarise yourself with tikanga Māori through our annual Wānanga at Hongoeka marae. Learn about the Treaty of Waitangi and how it has shaped museum and heritage organisations in New Zealand and learn about research processes by, with, and for Māori.

Duration

If you are doing a Master of Museum and Heritage Practice you'll normally need to complete it within 3 Trimesters, 1 year.

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Why study at Victoria University of Wellington

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