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We work with a number of London universities to offer quality learning experiences for HE students.
We host several courses here at the museum, including short courses that you can combine to count towards degree level certification. Want to delve into London's past? These courses are for you!
The Museum Skills accredited module on this course has been running for 20 years and remains popular. In the module, we give practical experience with curators and share understanding of key issues in material culture display and interpretation.
You can learn more about the Medieval Studies MA and the 'Museum Skills' module on Royal Holloway's website (external link, opens in a new tab).
We co-deliver the Exhibition and Encounter module of this MA. You'll learn new ways to analyse and engage with display concepts, focusing on temporary displays as a more open space for encounter, association and experimentation.
There's more about the detail of this module and the MA on the Kingston University website (external link, opens in a new tab).
We deliver modules on 'Museum Narratives' and 'Collecting Today' for this popular MA course. The teaching links theory with practice, giving insights into the journey of an object - and what it's really like to work in a museum.
Learn more about this exciting MA on the University of Westminster website (external link, opens in a new tab) and in the short film below (3mins 20s).
The museum works with King's College London to deliver short undergraduate university-level Summer School modules which are open to students from around the world. ‘Curating the City: 1900 to now’ is a three-week course which introduces 20th century London through fashion, literature, film, oral history and visual culture. Students work with curators each day to explore how our collections can be curated to tell the stories of our ever-changing capital city.