The Department offers full-time MA and PhD programmes in Conservation.
The MA course
provides students a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical training to prepare
for professional career in conservation of art and cultural heritage. The programme
encompasses art-historical, archaeological, curatorial, and scientific studies of the works of
art. The coursework combines a variety of teaching and training methodologies including
lectures, seminars, essays, reviews, project works and hands-on practical learning to develop
essential skills in critical thinking, decision making and communication, assessment and
ethical conservation treatment of art and cultural heritage.
The students registered for the PhD programme gain a deeper understanding of a subject
area and develop a capacity for independent, focused and systematic approach to learning
and to discover best practices, data-driven insights, innovative solutions and latest trends
to strengthen professional competence.
Click here for Course Content of MA Programme in Art Conservation
Click here for M.A. Dissertation
Click here for List of completed Ph.D. Topics