Internship placements include: heritage sites such as museums, historic houses and architectural units primarily in and around Edinburgh.
Make the most of your summer by gaining invaluable experience working in an organization that is committed to preserving Scotland's historical monuments and artifacts, or to telling the story of Scotland's history, people and culture.
You’ll spend your first four weeks studying courses that will put your heritage internship into an academic context including a course from the Scottish History program. You’ll also take a course in Heritage Management, taught by the former Keeper of Archaeology at National Museums of Scotland. Next, you’ll spend four weeks in your internship placement with an organization in a heritage-related sector that fits your own academic and professional objectives. Placements are available in heritage sites such as museums, historical architectural sites in major cities and throughout Scotland up into the Highlands.
This is an 8 week program including 4 weeks of internship placement at a heritage management site. Your first four weeks are dedicated to the core Heritage Management course and a Scottish Studies course, to prepare you for your internship placement. Your final four weeks you will be completely immersed in your internship course which includes your full-time, hands-on internship placement and your independent research project guided by an academic supervisor.
|TERM/PERIOD||DEPARTURE DATE||RETURN||CREDITS||BASE PROGRAM FEE||APPLICATION DEADLINE|
|Summer 2016||6/8/2016||8/6/2016||9||$6,980||3/31/2016||MORE INFO|
Program fees listed are base fees only. Please select MORE INFO for an estimate of additional expenses and any additional fees that may be incurred based on enrollment selections or housing placements. Dates and fees for future terms will be posted as they become available. Please see Program Calendar for detailed dates.