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A strong partnership

14 March 2019 by Louise McCulloch

Prof Janet Beer and Laura Pye sign MoU

Prof Dame Janet Beer, University of Liverpool, and Laura Pye, NML Director

Here is a post from our Policy and International Relations Officer, Francoise McClafferty:

“National Museums Liverpool and the University of Liverpool have been collaborating on a vast range of topics for many years, including, joint research, teaching provision for students, placements and projects, access to our diverse collections, loans and joint public events. Read more…

Mastering Heritage Studies with Liverpool Hope University

9 October 2015 by Paula

Seeing first hand how to identify pests that can damage objects

Seeing first hand how to identify pests that can damage objects

For the third year running, National Museums Liverpool is joining forces with Liverpool Hope University to deliver their Masters in Museum and Heritage Studies and Art History and Curating. Through a unique series of practical workshops and hands-on sessions students get an insight into the day to day work of museum staff Read more…

Free online course about museums

9 March 2015 by Lynn

Hayley, with cameraHayley Evans, from the University of Leicester tells us about her role as video producer for MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), a free online course in Museum Studies- a collaboration between  National Museums Liverpool and The School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester.


Being a filmmaker at the University of Leicester gives me the opportunity to work on various projects Read more…



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