This paper analyzes the students’ expectations on the "Art Education and Museum Management" diploma of the University of Valencia digging in their likes, interests and preferences. The study reviews the handwritten essays made during the fourteen consecutive editions of the course. The students answered the survey in the initial sessions of the program showing their views on art museums and telling their personal experiences. We compare the results in the different editions of the course to analyze how students have evolved considering the ideas that they give us, checking the changes in their productions. Their views reflect the evolution of the public about the uses and the knowledge of museums, offering data coming from university public at different times in recent history. The results show how arts education has influenced the views that society has about museums and heritage education, evaluating the history and evolution of the postgraduate course.
Keywords: Art, heritage education, museums, teacher training, writing manuscript.