Practice-led master's degree in Heritage and Creation
This one-year course brings together practitioners from specific fields (architects, artists or landscapers, but also specialists in literary creation, heritage professions and conservation restoration), to create an interface between the academic world and the professional world.
The practice-led master’s degree in Heritage and Creation (specializing in Humanities and creative industries) is a one-year course (with no associated previous first year of a master’s degree – Master 1). By bringing together practitioners from specific fields (architects, artists or landscapers, but also specialists in literary creation, heritage professions and conservation restoration), this master’s degree aims to be an interface between the academic world and the professional world.
The first objective of this master’s degree is to implement a practice-led research, enabling practitioners to take up research again while still carrying out their professional practice. The master’s thesis will thus combine a written report and a project, blending the professional, academic and scientific practices of the students.
The other objectives are:
– to obtain a practice-led master’s degree in the fields of architecture, arts and landscape;
– to become acquainted with research or to resume scientific research for candidates who would be returning to studying;
– to become acquainted with the requirements of research, to contribute to research projects in the students’ professional life;
– to initiate a research work to consider pursuing a doctoral course;
– to benefit from the methodological contribution of practice-led research.
ORGANIZATION AND SPECIALTIES
Organized in two blocks, it consists of:
– a common core of transdisciplinary classes about the principles of practice-led research, as well as heritage and creation, and a workshop practice in the chosen specialty;
– specific courses for each specialty;
– classes in the other specialties offered by our programme, provided in the partner schools and institute.
École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles
Head of the specialty: Gabriele Pierluisi et Frank Rambert
École nationale supérieure d’arts de Paris Cergy
Head of the specialty: Annabela Tournon-Zubieta
Institut national du patrimoine
Only accessible to INP international students.
Head of the specialty: Christian Hottin
CY Cergy Paris Université, only in French
This course is based on the Master’s degree Métier de l’écriture et de la création littéraire
Head of the specialty: Jean-François Puff
École nationale supérieure de paysage
Head of the specialty: Patrick Moquay
From June 15 to August 15, 2022: electronic submission of applications
September 09, 2022: communication of admission results after jury decisions
September 16, 2022: deadline for the candidate to confirm his or her registration for the application that has received a favorable decision