This course welcomes graduates from a variety of disciplines from the UK and worldwide. This programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion. Students will receive the award of PGCert in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management (60 credits achieved). Students who complete the PGCert in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management can go on to complete the PGDip in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management (subject to meeting the criteria, see below). Students who wish to pursue this route will rescind their PGCert certification and be rewarded with a PGDip in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management (120 credits achieved).
For the PGDip in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management course, we welcome applications from undergraduates with a minimum degree classification of a 2.2 (lower second class) from a recognised institution. This course is also available to students that have already completed the PGCert in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management or PGCert in Heritage Skills for Community who would like to change to PGDip in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management. Students who wish to change their degree title to PGDip in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management must have completed their PGCert degree within the last 5 years. For example, a 2022 graduate can apply for the PGDip course up until the 2026/27 academic intake and will therefore need to apply on or before the fourth academic year after graduating. Students will only need to enrol for the four modules they did not previously complete and the PGCert certification will be rescinded. Once the 5-year period has passed, students can still apply for PGDip in Chinese Cultural Heritage Management but will need to complete the full course credits (120 credits).
Unique Focus in London
This specialist programme explores the unique and practical sector of Chinese Cultural Heritage Management within the content of the creative and cultural industries. You will, therefore, learn how to apply western management techniques in the area of Chinese Heritage and how the UK runs its creative and cultural industries. Being based in London also allows you access to the leading arts and cultural organisations, including galleries, museums, heritage sites and theatres that have given London its premier status as the world’s cultural capital.
You will be taught by lecturers who combine academic expertise with active research interests or industry experience at managerial and executive level. You will also benefit from guest lectures by industry experts from the South Bank Centre, British Museum, British Library and London Metropolitan Archives. You will also gain training opportunities in these world-class museums and heritage organisations in Britain.
The degree has been designed in collaboration with cultural heritage industry leaders to ensure that it is, and will continue to be, relevant to industry needs. Your placement is designed to give valuable practical work experience in the sector and a practical understanding of how heritage and cultural organisations are run and managed as a business entity.