Master in Cultural Heritage in XXI Century: Management and Research

The Master’s Degree in Cultural Heritage in the 21st Century: Management and Research of the Complutense University of Madrid and the Polytechnic University of Madrid provides an answer to an academic, research and professional demand within postgraduate education in the contexts of Cultural Heritage management and research. It is an interdisciplinary master’s degree, which welcomes graduates holding a degree in any of the branches of Arts and Humanities, Engineering and Architecture, as well as Social and Political Sciences

GIPC researchers participate in theoretical and practical courses of the master’s degree, both in compulsory and specialized subjects. They also direct Master’s Thesis and tutor students who wish to orient their curricular practices towards a research profile.

For more information: Master PC21

Degree brochure: Program

GIPC researchers who teach in the following subjects of the PC21 Master’s Degree:

Rodrigo de la O
UPM Academic Coordination of the Master PC21
Challenges of cultural heritage (coordinator)
Immovable heritage

Ana Belén Berrocal
Initiation to research on cultural heritage

Nicolás Mariné
Movable and intangible heritage (coordinator)
Immovable heritage

Graziella Trovato
Urban and territorial planning

David Escudero
Urban and territorial planning

Francisco Arques
Environmental assessment and project management

Alicia López-Rodríguez
Environmental assessment and project management