WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR FRIENDS....
After having succeeded in receiving the fully recognition as a Master course for professionals from the Netherlands and Flanders, our brand new MBA Culture, Heritage & Citizenship, we now want to include various initiatives elsewhere in Europe.
THIS IS THE PLAN
This should lead to a joint MBA European Culture, Heritage & Citizenship (MBA ECHC) program. For this purpose leading European knowledge partners in the field of Education and Culture will cooperate to take part in a process that will interlink their existing practices and networks, to add specific knowledge, to exchange tutors, scholars and trainers to realise an educational program that does give students and professionals in the wider culture and heritage field, more opportunities to enlarge their learning practise by including cases from the respective countries involved. The set-up consists of online studies via a platform, classroom lessons, workshops, seminars, conferences and international practical cases and site visits. MBA ECHC is based on a concept for an international study comprising of 6 modules in a period of 24 months to be concluded with a thesis.
The objective is to contribute to the trend towards contextualisation in making tangible and intangible cultural heritage accessible. This new trend in providing access to European heritage offers an opening to provide a new input for the concept of European Citizenship.