This course will help lead students to a number of different career options. As the cultural heritage sector has expanded rapidly in recent years creating a diversity of opportunities in museums, heritage organisations, cultural centres and consultancies all over the world.

It is expected that graduates of the course will be employed both locally and internationally, in museums, heritage centres and community groups – in a variety of roles ranging from managerial, education development to exhibition planning. The course will provide students with a range of transferable skills.

Students successfully completing the course will have enhanced their employment prospects, armed with key knowledge, transferable skills, work experience and a critical understanding of the theoretical and practical issues affecting the heritage sector.

Students will be offered informal career guidance from tutors and Ming-Ai (London) Institute will be able to assist with introducing students to partner organisations. Ming-Ai's extensive network within the heritage and Chinese communities will provide students with a distinct advantage when they are pursuing and contemplating their next step after completing the MA.

Students will also receive support from their supervisors at their host organisation.