Master's Degree Programme in
Conservation Science and Technology for Cultural Heritage

Campus:
Scientific

Admission:
open

Language:
English

Website:
unive.it/degree/cm60

Why enrol in this programme

1

take advantage of this unique opportunity to gain scientific training, thanks to state-of-the-art labs and numerous fieldwork activities; gain firsthand insight into Venice’s cultural heritage

2

participate in the only course in Italy that offers an advanced conservation laboratory for modern and contemporary art; learn the theory and techniques necessary to work on preservation projects, from diagnosis to the materials

3

become a Conservation Scientists by working on the field, thanks to research projects involving the restoration and preservation of Venice’s architectural and artistic heritage, in archaeological sites and museums

Your future career options

work as a Heritage Scientist
i.e. an expert in the diagnostics and conservation of cultural heritage, for museums, libraries, archives, public and private reacher institutes, companies in the field of restoration, preservation and conservation of cultural heritage

further your studies with a PhD

Notices

The students-professors' annual meeting of the Master's degree programme in Conservation Science and Technology for Cultural Heritage is going to take place on Friday 3rd June 2022 at 14.30 p.m.
The meeting will be on line, on Zoom platform. Students received an e-mail with the information to partecipate (Zoom link, ID and password). Please, check your institutional e-mail (matriculation number@stud.unive.it). If anybody didn't receive it, he/she can ask for these information writing an e-mail to  didattica.dais@unive.it.

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Deadlines

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Scientific campus  
Via Torino 155, 30170 Mestre - Venice (Italy)