Athens University of Economic and Business (AUEB) and the University of Kent, UK, offer a unique intensive MA in Heritage Management (HERMA), taught exclusively in English. They combine archaeology and business and are taught at Elefsina in Athens, an area of world-class archaeological significance.

HERMA focuses on teaching the skills required for the management of heritage sites across the world and on methods of effective collaboration with archaeologists, architects, conservators, stakeholders, marketing and education specialists, while fundraising and supervising specific projects.

Its courses have been designed by world class specialists, taking into account particular needs of archaeology, in subjects such as Human Resources Management, Tourism Marketing, Strategic Planning, and Finance for Cultural organizations.
No other MA in the English language teaches these key areas with specific reference to the special needs of archaeology: The application procedure is now open for the academic year 2015-16.