The interest for the study, the protection and the enhancement of monuments and artefacts as well as natural heritages and geoparks, enjoyed and increasing favour in the last years. The damages suffered by antiquities in countries like Syria and Iraq brought under the spotlight of medias the urgency of cultural heritage protection. Similarly, what’s happened to heritage in Turkey after the earthquake in 2023. That brought to the rising of more and more spread felling that makes conceive antiquities more like property of all human beings and not like exclusive possession of a single nation.
The necessity of hindering the threats against cultural and natural heritage also brought to an increasing in the need of professionals involved in all the aspects of investigation and conservation research. A broad knowledge of the most updated technics and methodologies is reputed a basic requirement to be hired to work on archaeological excavations, museums, and conservative works. Providing an update and general formation dealing with scientific and technological aspects of the study of antiquity the master intends to enhance the opportunities of candidates with different experience and preparation to find an employment on this field.
Duration: 12 Months
As every Professional Master’s programme, the Course lasts 1.500 hours/year;
• 300-400 dealing with lessons and seminars
• 250 individual study
• 350-400 stage/internship/applied research
• 400 thesis and exams
• Residual: Seminars
Academic Credits: 60 academic credits
Stage and didactic Programme:
In the start-up phase of the course, educational offers aimed at the needs of each student and group work will be studied and prepared. Thus, it will be possible to start a tailored programme on an individual level, but more often working groups will be created which will carry out collective activities coordinated by teachers and tutors.
The individual work, the stage, mainly as internship (applied research or field experience) and the thesis work will also be scheduled in line with the prearranged schedule.
A detailed CV/Resume
The Master course is addressed to all first-degree holders (or equivalent) and graduates and encourages participation of global students. All learners with a first degree or similar life/education experience including lifelong learners/professionals are invited to apply.
As a graduate, you will be a trained conservation scientist, a technical and scientific expert in the conservation of cultural heritage, so you will be ready to launch a career with both public and private organisations, regional, national, and international as well as businesses and laboratories specializing in restoration and conservation.
Possible career opportunities include:
• Museum technician
• Cultural consultant
• Restoration technology development
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2023 / 2024
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes