Studying Cultural Heirtage at Oxford. There is no specific taught degree for cultural heritage. It is,however, possible to apply to the School of Archaeology, Visual Culures Stream, which may be rebranded as World Heritage. Within that Stream there are many options for the Master of Studies that have heritage elements, for example VIsual Cultures (World Heirtage), Object and Analysis, Cultural Heritage Law, etc. At the doctoral level the candidiate's proposed subject would determine the viability of supervision.
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