Scuola del Patrimonio course 2020.2022
Heritage Shool course II edition
La Scuola del Patrimonio launches a two-year high specialization and research course for candidates who have already obtained an advanced university degree in heritage and cultural disciplines.
The aim of the course is to promote continuity between specialized training and the world of work, upgrading professional shills to meet the new cultural heritage standards as well as the requirements of cultural institutes, organisations and businesses.
The curriculum is very rich: lectures, seminars, exercises, research projects, study visits and a substantial internship period; it is designed to train professionals to operate in different areas of cultural heritage and also to renew their management forms and modalities with an integrated and collaborative approach.
20 professionals including archaeologists, architects, planners, landscape architects and conservation s, art historians, physical anthropologists and demo-ethno-anthropologists, archivists, librarians and other specialists in cultural activities, with a two-year master or PhD degree in subjects related to heritage and cultural activities.
Participants will be selected through a public procedure according to their titles and experience and on the basis of a written test and an interview.
→ under the age of 36
→ high level University degree
master degree or PhD in heritage and cultural activities
→ fluent in Italian and English
At the end of the Course, after the evaluation of their performance through the entire curriculum, the participants will receive the High Specialization and Research Diploma of in Cultural Heritage is according to Law Decree Art. 67 of June 22, 2012 and subsequent amendments and additions, corresponding to 150 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits, that are valid and recognized within the European area.
→ free course
→ 20 scholarships per year
→ a gross amount of € 14,700.00 per scholarship
→ classroom activities in Rome
→ study visits and research activities in Italy
→ internships in Italy and abroad
→ two-year course duration
read carefully the requirements and the selection criteria
and prepare your application
it is the last day to submit your application
start of the assessment of candidates’ titles and experiences
before being admitted to the next test
; we will publish the list of the participants selected for the written test and the interview
check if you have been selected
take note of the date
you can prove your language and psycho-social skillsi
remember to confirm your participation in the interview
within 7 days after the publication of the timetable
you can prove your knowledge, skills and attitudei
do not forget to submit your registration!
C’è tempo fino al 24 luglio 2020 per la candidatura di ammissione al corso Scuola del Patrimonio 2020.2022, il corso di alta specializzazione e ricerca per i professionisti del patrimonio culturale.
I 20 allievi selezionati tra i candidati potranno disporre di una borsa di studio a sostegno del biennio.
Tutti i dettagli.
Common module (10 months)
Introductory lectures: emerging themes, background issues, research tracks.
Focus on: administrative, juridical, economic and management subjects, new technologies and digitalization; communication; care of cultural heritage and landscape.
Specialization module (2 months)
It is possible to choose:
Cultural heritage and territorial development
Cultural heritage and digitalization
Cultural heritage and mediation
Internship (12 months)
Within a public or private cultural heritage management organization at the national or international level; participants will be required to carry out a work or research project, thus practising and fine-tuning their knowledge and skills acquired during the first year.
Study visits to the most interesting realities of the sector that are an integral part of the training offer.
Our close and constant collaboration with public and private cultural institutions from all over the country results in a training offer designed to meet the needs of administrations, organizations and companies, which allows the participants to learn about the concrete and real functioning of the cultural heritage administrative, organizational and managerial operations.
We are aware of the high profile of our participants and therefore our dedicated staff support them throughout their studies, research projects and activities, with the aim of promptly responding to their training needs and taking into account their professional aspirations and inclinations.
Leggi The course in brief
call for proposals 2020-2022
Call for the selection of participants for the Scuola del Patrimonio course
under Decision n.23/2020 CS of February 17, 2020
supplemented with Decision n. 32/2020 CS of February 27, 2020
amended by Decision n. 42/2020 CS of March 27, 2020
Regolamento didattico del corso Scuola del Patrimonio
Regulations and operational criteria of the Course created and held by Fondazione Scuola dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali called “Scuola del Patrimonio”.
adopted under Decision n. 158 of January 5, 2018
amanded by Decision n. 1/2019 of May 13, 2019
amended by Decision n. 22/2020 CS of February 17, 2020
Regulation for the selection of professors, tutors, collaborators and coordinators of training, scientific and research activities for the Scuola del Patrimonio course
adopted under Decision n. 264 of April 17, 2018
The communication campaign
Mettiti in ballo (Dance Around) features Edgar Degas’ Dancer with Tambourine (inv. 9119, Rome, National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, under the aegis of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism.
Scendi in Pista (Get on track) features a Runner, inv. 562, from the Naples National Archaeological Museum, under the aegis of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism and the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
Non fare la mummia (Don’t be like a mummy) features the Fake cover of the sarcophagus of Amon Tabak Khonsu’s singer, cat. 2226 /1, Egyptian Museum of Turin.
Photo by Nicola Dell’Aquila and Federico Taverni/Egyptian Museum.