This graduate programme provides students with fundamental knowledge of Renaissance cultural heritage that is in line with the international approach and scientific programmes that characterise the Centre for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR).
Building on a rich tradition of research-focussed teaching, this advanced-level academic curriculum combines the humanities disciplines of history, art history, history of science and technology, literature, ancient and modern languages, musicology, and philosophy. A joint curriculum in Health and Humanities (in conjunction with the Faculty of Medicine) is also offered to students and integrated into the programme.
The programme, with its strong focus on digital humanities and digital publishing, prepares students for careers in research, arts and culture, cultural heritage primarily linked to the Renaissance, publishing, and library management. It also provides students with the leading-edge training required to engage in new fields of research at the postgraduate level.

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