The Integrated Heritage Project’s admissions process is holistic which means we weigh many factors and consider multiple qualifications of each candidate. We encourage you to use your recommendations, short answers, and essays to provide the most complete picture of yourself as a student and as a professional in the field of cultural heritage. Preference will be given to students who can demonstrate the capacity to think broadly about the issues facing cultural heritage – tangible and intangible – and apply their knowledge to solving practical problems faced by developing countries.
*The program will be taught in English. Applicants must demonstrate fluency in English.
Please use this area to tell us anything about yourself that you believe would be important in helping us best understand why you would like to participate in the program. Feel free to expand on your educational background or any specific challenges you have faced. (Maximum 1 page).
Please include a current CV or Resume. Limit to 2 pages.
Please submit two references. References can be submitted electronically if a signed/scanned letter of reference is submitted directly from the individual writing the reference. One reference must be from a professor or academic advisor (past or present), and another from a manager or supervisor from a professional context. Please submit references to: [email protected]