The summer school course is a BA-level course which aims to give participants a comprehensive approach to cultural heritage that encompasses both a tourism, museum and educational perspective on the subject.
The course will give participants tools, knowledge and skills concerning cultural heritage which can be applied in a comprehensive and reflexive way in future studies or professional work. The course content will focus on cultural heritage, including its definitions, manifestations, and use. The course will particularly discuss cultural heritage in relation to four key topics:
The 5 ECTS course is arranged by UCL in cooperation with The University of South Eastern Norway (USN). The course is open for all interested participants with formal educational qualifications and is especially suited for students or professionals with interest in in the above-mentioned cross-disciplinary approach to cultural heritage and in hands-on involvement of cultural heritage in your work/study.
The course is especially suited for students or professionals with interest in a cross-disciplinary approach to cultural heritage and hands-on application of cultural heritage in your studies or profession. This could be students of Teacher Education, Social Education, Pedagogy, Social Work and Students working with tourism, hospitality management and events.
The three-week summer school is planned for 9 -27 August 2021 as an online – onsite – online learning experience. The onsite week takes place in Jelling, Denmark from 16-20 August 2021. The summer school is a 5 ECTS course taught in English for students from across multiple disciplines and countries.
The summer school will give participants tools, knowledge and skills concerning cultural heritage, which can be applied in a comprehensive and reflexive way in future studies or professional work. The course content will focus on cultural heritage, including its definitions, manifestations, and use.
Prior to the summer school week, the participants will work individually or in groups with literature studies and a minor initial assignment regarding cultural heritage from their local communities. The assignment must be submitted before the first day of the course and will be included and reflected upon during the course.
The week in August will consist of group work, lectures and visits to cultural heritage sites. Afterwards the participants will work individually or in groups on an assessment.
Specialization is possible both through the initial work, parts of the week and with the assessment. This will be on a subject the participants choose themselves.
To pass the course, participants are required to participate actively in all parts of the course - studying the basic course material, doing the initial assignment, participating in the one-week course in August and handing in the assessment for evaluation.
During the course, the participants will work with examples from practice, and visit a number of cultural heritage sites in relation to the overall themes of cultural heritage, national identity, cultural tourism and education. Upon completion, the participants will be able to use their knowledge, understanding and ideas of dissemination in their further studies and integrate it into their future professional work.
The summer school is a BA-level course of 5 ECTS and is arranged by UCL in cooperation with The University of South Eastern Norway (USN).
August 16-21 to August 15 (week 33), 2021
Denmark, Jutland, Jelling
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Nearest airport Billund, Bus/Train to Jelling
Students - free of charge, non-students - 2950 DKK
May 15, 2021
Marie Bonde Olesen, email@example.com