Landscape and Heritage
The Master's in Landscape and Heritage prepares you for a broad range of career opportunities.
The job market
Students graduating with a Master’s degree in Landscape and Heritage can be employed in positions requiring in-depth knowledge of archaeology. They also find their way into other jobs requiring a range of academic skills. Examples of sectors in which students who have followed this programme have found positions include:
- Commercial archaeology, heritage management, and the public presentation of archaeology
- The broad cultural heritage sector including museums, archives and cultural tourism
An academic career
Graduates can also go on to a PhD programme at the UvA, another Dutch university or a university abroad. When pursuing an academic career, it is advisable to discuss the possibility of joining a two-year Research Master's programme.
If you are passionate about archaeological research and show exceptional promise in the first semester of your ACASA Archaeology Master’s programme, you may apply to switch into one of our Research Master’s programmes: