Faculty of Theology

Diploma in the Archival and Cultural Appreciation of Ecclesiastical Patrimony

Diploma in the Archival and Cultural Appreciation of Ecclesiastical Patrimony

The Diploma in the Archival and Cultural Appreciation of Ecclesiastical Patrimony is an undergraduate course (MQF Level 5) intended to provide students with the elements necessary to interpret the Church’s cultural heritage within the broader context of significant events and movements in the broader history of the European continent.
 
The course is recommended for candidates at any level, who are interested in the Ecclesiastical Cultural heritage.
 
Course duration: 4 semesters part-time (evening)
 
Study mode: taught (2 years)
 
Opening next: October 2023 (offered every 2 years)
 
Funding opportunities: Prospective students may apply for Annual bursaries offered annually by the Foundation for Theological Studies. 
 
Recognition and Accreditation of Prior Learning (RPL): Prospective students who have achieved expertise and skills in the past through certified or experiential learning may gain access to the course and/or gain exemptions from parts of it through the University’s RPL process.

Queries
 may be sent by email to the course coordinator: Rev. Dr Nicholas Joseph Doublet 

Full details

https://www.um.edu.mt/theology/prospective/diplomainthearchivalandculturalappreciationofecclesiasticalpatrimony/