TPTI - Industrial Techniques, Territories and Heritage

The TPTI acronym stands for Industrial Techniques, Territories and Heritage.  TPTI offers a two-year highly qualified training program, and is designed for students or professionals wishing to develop a comprehensive (methodological, theoretical and practical) approach to the investigation and enhancement of industrial cultural heritage. The focus of the master is on historical issues leading to an in depth analysis and enhancement ofindustrial sites.  It provides its students with scientific knowledge developed through research and action. Students improve their practical experience through internships and field visits. They have also the opportunity to learn several languages (English, French, Portuguese and Italian) and spend a period of specialty mobility in various European and non-Europeans countries.

The TPTI master program awards a Joint Diploma, which is coordinated by the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and fully recognized by the University of Padova and the University of Évora.
Thus TPTI master graduates may pursue their studies at doctoral level (the TPTI Consortium offers a PhD Program in applied history, that is HERITECHS); they may also undertake careers within public Institutions and private organizations (as experts, consultants, managers, etc.).

TPTI is characterised by a complete integration of the student’s cultural background and a full scientific, pedagogical and cultural integration. The course is identical in all three universities of cursus mobility. In order to avoid fragmentation and to make the students understand they are following a single curriculum, a joint seminar, part of the "basic specialty seminar” regroups the 7 universities and the 2 promotions. 

The three main areas of teaching, there are three complementary areas of expertise taught in mobility: cultural economy, archeology and development technique, technology and sustainability. With this architecture, the student:
  1. appropriates the basic concepts of building historical heritage by taking a practical test of the distinction history / memory / heritage;
  2. applies these concepts to the variety of affected objects: tools, languages​​, cultures, buildings, infrastructure, landscapes, districts and territories;
  3. acquire the knowledge and skills needed to implement each phase of the asset management: Definition, identification, storage, conservation, protection, enhancement, giving them a social relevance, economic and environmental;
  4. has a direct practical and diversified approach by land, other value-added mobility.

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