Our programme is truly international. You will need an international outlook, since today’s museum and heritage professionals form a global community, and visitors and clients come from all over the world. Our programme content takes this into account when choosing case studies and by incorporating an international excursion.
The international practice is also mirrored in the classroom. We offer our programme every year to a highly diverse group of about twenty students. They come from all over the world and have a range of educational and professional backgrounds. By interacting with your fellow students, you will develop theoretically, practically and ethically grounded perspectives on international museum and heritage work. We expect you to have an open mind, be inquisitive and adopt a practice-based attitude, since we treat our students as colleagues-to-be.
Your final research project can be conducted in any part of the world, as is demonstrated in this map of past Reinwardt projects.