"Folkloristics and Applied Heritage Studies" MA programme in welcoming applications
The University of Tartu (UT) “Folkloristics and Applied Heritage Studies” master’s programme welcomes applications for the 2023/2024 academic year. The application deadline for fall semester 2023 is 15 March 2023.
This two-year programme opened in 2017 with the mission of training specialists who are well-versed in scholarly approaches to folk culture and cultural heritage and competent to use this expertise creatively in academia and beyond. Students choose to specialise either in the analysis of folklore and cultural heritage at the Institute of Cultural Research in Tartu, or in the study and application of the heritage of crafts at the UT Viljandi Culture Academy. Top candidates are offered tuition fee waivers.
To get to know the programme and the admission requirements better, please visit our website http://www.ut.ee/folkheritage/ and sign up for:
the admissions webinar on 25 January at 16:00 (GMT+2): https://ut.ee/en/content/webinar-admissions-international-bachelors-and-masters-programmes-2023
the meeting with the programme director on 26 January at 16:00 (GMT+2): https://ut.ee/en/content/meetings-programme-directors
The programme is affiliated with the UNESCO Chair on Applied Studies of Intangible Cultural Heritage and participates in the new Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's in Education in Museums and Heritage.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and welcome!
Elo-Hanna Seljamaa, programme director
Kristel Kivari, programme coordinator