The initiative, promoted by the Campus of International Excellence Triangular – E3 “Horizons of Man” and the Santa María la Real Historical Heritage Foundation, intended to respond to the real needs of the sector and has been presented in Valladolid, by the rectors of the three universities that make up the Campus (Burgos, Leon and Valladolid) and director of the Santa María la Real Historical Heritage Foundation, Juan Carlos Prieto Vielba.

The new training activity created with the aim of providing students with the skills, tools and skills needed to develop their work with competence in the field of cultural management.

To achieve the training of professionals will be encouraged with an integrator profile, able to transform the historical legacy in a generating tool for social and economic development.



With blended character, the distinguishing feature of the Master in Skills for Cultural Heritage Management is to offer the practice students from the outset, giving them the opportunity to work on real needs and challenges of more than twenty companies, They are collaborating directly with the title. In fact, they have been replaced by lectures seminars, inspiration sessions, visits and practices.

Schedule and Final Master Project

The master begin teaching the September 15th, 2016 and will end in February 2018. The classes two weekends a month will be held on Fridays from 16:00 to 21:00 and Saturdays from 9:30 to 14:30 and from 15:30 to 20:30 hours, in different scenarios, since they seek to match visits to institutions, tutorials and workshops.

The End Master Project (PFM) have a theoretical / practical nature and shall be designed to ensure that students develop some of the needs identified in the institutions or collaborating companies and exercise the learned knowledge, take contact with the difficulties that They will face in the development of their profession and begin to propose possible solutions.

Further training, readings and necessary to achieve the training objectives documentation will be available on the virtual learning platform Moodle.


The new master is intended for people interested in heritage or those who wish to consolidate their work experience in the sector through a university academic training

Through six modules, they can develop their management skills and communication; expand their knowledge about each of the areas involved in equity or approach the instruments and tools necessary for planning, management, conservation and enhancement of heritage.

Information and registration

Pre-registrations can be made at the website of the General Foundation of the University of Valladolid ( from May 1 to June 1, 2016 and enrollments will be formalized between June 1 and July 15.

All information on the Master in Management Skills for Cultural Heritage will be available on the web