Graduate

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Research programmes

Taught programmes

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Modes

  • FT / Full-time
  • PT / Part-time (over two years)
  • FX / Flexible mode of study available (up to five years)
  • DL / Distance-learning mode available

Cultural Heritage (UCL Qatar)


UCL, in partnership with Qatar Foundation and Qatar Museums Authority, has created UCL Qatar, a world-leading department for the study of cultural heritage located in the heart of the Arab world. Since opening its doors in 2012, UCL Qatar has welcomed students from over 25 countries onto its graduate degree programmes in Museum Studies, Archaeology and Conservation. Each programme offers a significant emphasis on the heritage of the Gulf region. Graduates are equipped to be at the forefront of their professions through a combination of theoretical and practical training, including extended placements at museums and heritage sites across the region.

Students at UCL Qatar benefit from truly exceptional facilities, including the most advanced archaeological research laboratories in the Gulf.

Taught and research programmes

Degree programme Qualifications Modes
Archaeology of the Arab and Islamic World MA FT
Conservation Studies MSc FT
Library and Information Studies (UCL Qatar) MA/PG Dip FT
Museum and Gallery Practice MA FT, PT

Student/staff ratios

  • 13 staff
  • 54 taught students
  • 7 research students

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Alumni View

"I was able to develop my research interests into a more focussed package, which then helped me enormously when drafting my PhD research proposals."

John-Paul Salter

PhD Candidate, UCL School of Public Policy, 2011

Subject: Political Science, Faculty: Social and Historical Sciences

Staff View

"UCL Archaeology has a great atmosphere for both staff and students; it's a great place to work, and with so many experts passing through from different countries to give lectures and seminars it is very much the centre of the archaeological world."

Professor Mike Parker Pearson

Professor of British Later Prehistory

Subject: Archaeology, Faculty: Social and Historical Sciences