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Posted: 08/18/2016

The Open Palace Programme

Heritage Education experiences for international emergent professionals

An Outstanding ‘once in a lifetime’ Career Opportunity for Summer 2017
Professional Opportunity
London, NY
Open Until
Until Filled



The Open Palace Programme offers you the chance to:


  • Step behind the scenes at some of the most significant palaces and mansions in the UK including Hampton Court, Kensington Palace and the Tower of London  

  • Learn from the palace professionals how to conserve, present and interpret sites and collections

  • Take part in hands on activities tackling real challenges alongside the experts

  • Immerse yourself in history where it happened

  • Handle fascinating historical artefacts and records

  • Gain invaluable experience and contacts for your resume

  • Benefit from bespoke careers advice

  • Visit and stay in some of the most delightful historic parts of England including Bath,Brighton,London, Stowe, Windsor and Buckingham


These experiences provide a richness and diversity with which few individual placements or internships can compare.


Places are offered to candidates who send appropriate applications on a first come,first served basis.


This year we are delighted to have achieved 4 Bursaries. Details of these bursaries are now available on our website.   



How to apply
For further information please visit: http://openpalace.co
Marian Coles
Phone: 07895243812

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