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Discover the importance of culture and heritage

What is culture? How does it develop? How is it affected by diversity and heritage? Get answers with this program of flexible courses that covers everything from European identities to the impact of diversity on cities, to how cultures can become brands.

You will examine the concept of 'culture' by exploring practices, at local, national and transnational level. You will also work on case studies to illustrate how culture and cultural diversity more specifically can offer innovative solutions to many challenges.

Courses

To get an award you will need to upgrade all courses on this program, then qualify for a Certificate of Achievement on each course. To qualify you need to do at least 90% of each course and score an average of 70% or above on any tests.

Once you have qualified for a Certificate of Achievement on every course you will receive a FutureLearn Award.

This program will require 9 weeks of learning and cost a total of $192.

Learn from experts in cultural studies and social sciences

This program has been created by the European University Institute, an international organization which produces high level research and provides training in the social sciences, and Global Governance Program which aims to build a community of professors and scholars, producing high level research and engaging with the world of policy.

Who will you learn with?

Anna Triandafyllidou

Anna Triandafyllidou is Professor at the European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, where she directs the Cultural Pluralism Area in the Global Governance Programme.

Jeremie Molho

Jeremie Molho is Research Associate at the European University Institute.

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