Historic and Cultural Heritage

Degree: Master of Arts in Heritage Studies
Duration: 1,5 
National Code of the Study Program: 621V70002

About the Program

The Historic and Cultural Heritage graduate program aims to prepare qualified specialists in heritage studies with broad interdisciplinary competence in the fields of history, tourism, ethnology, and cultural anthropology. Graduates of the program are well-oriented in social processes, are familiar with the specifics of the cultural heritage of their region, are able to competently analyze the specific theoretical and practical issues, and to independently conduct research. Graduates work as researchers, teachers, tourism managers, analysts, experts, and consultants for the protection of cultural heritage and the promotion of harmonious ethnic relations.

Potential Careers for Graduates

Public and international organizations for protection of cultural heritage; tourism businesses; managers, analysts, experts for protection of cultural heritage, promotion of harmonious ethnic relations and historic processes in the mass media; researchers; teachers and researchers in higher education.

Applications, Payments and Scholarships

Tuition fees for Academic Year 2016/17

                                                              Citizens and residents of Belarus All other citizens

Blended mode

Ranking GPA 9,61 or higher – €0/year

Ranking GPA between 9,21 and 9,60 – €750/year

Ranking GPA 9,20 and below – €1500/year



* Ranking GPA for Master's prospective students is calculated on the basis of: 1) Research project; 2) English language exam; 3) Bachelor's diploma subjects average

Please click here for general information about application process, requirements, financial assistance (in Russian). To find out program-specific requirements, please see here (in Russian).


Georgui Baranets, Virgiliu Birladeanu, Ludmila Cojocari, Ryhor Miniankou, Aliaksandr Tarasionak, Iryna Makhouskaya, Iryna Ramanava.


For information on admission            
e-mail: recruitment@ehu.lt
skype: questionehu
call: +370 5 2639650

Co-financed by:European Commission