This week Daniel Tejerina, UA researcher, participated in the Final Board Meeting for the approval of the Project Work presented by 5 students enrolled in CUDIMHA Master at the University of Molise. The commission partially online and partially on campus was composed of lecturers from the various partner universities.

The Master’s Programme in “Communication and valorisation of the Mediterranean cultural heritage” developed within the project was launched online on November, 9th 2020. Due to pandemic outbreak the classes of the 1st semester took place online and once the situation allowed students were able to gather in presence and follow the teaching via online platform.

The Master comprises two years (four semesters) and one year (two semesters), respectively attended by Tunisian and European students graduated in: Humanities (history, archaeology, anthropology, philosophy, languages, literature, architecture, geography, arts, cultural heritage, translation, etc.) | Tourism | Management | Languages | Design and image | Graphic arts | Communication | Economics.

The Master’s Programme aimed to equip students with a theoretical and practical knowledge of the current issues related to cultural resources management and their valorisation.