Citizenship is nowadays a topic discussed from a local up to an EU level and in all domains of society. The outcomes of this project must lead to new labour market opportunities and the development of new business models for those active in the domain of citizenship and heritage. lt's for the first time - in this sense the partners are pioneers - they will work on such a large scale together on an integration of these three topics. The connection with EU policies and the current identity debate in all member states needs sharing of teaching practices, and exchange of good practices around the relation between (intangible) heritage and citizenship and management of these processes in the wider cultural sector/institutes. In order to reach this aim 5 leading institutes across Europe joint forces to develop an interdisciplinary curriculum in which European citizenship will be explored by studying in a joint program the connection with (in)tangible heritage.