Bachelor's Degree Programme in
Science and Technologies for Cultural Heritage





Why enrol in this programme


discover the evolution of art material from a scientific and historical/artistic perspective, with a view to becoming a key acting figure in the choices and projects that regard the development and popularisation of sciences applied to cultural heritage


acquire a sound technical-scientific knowledge and an understanding of art history, archaeology, bibliography and archiving, and economics. Participate in many multi-disciplinary laboratories and apply your knowledge regarding the diagnostics of art material


learn about and apply research methods and technologies for the science of Cultural Heritage in order to study works of art and contribute to giving them value. Understand the degradation process and collaborate on the restoration and conservation of works of art. Learn how to create inventories, to digitalise and protect artistic heritage, and to collaborate with other professionals in the field

Your future career options

work as an expert in diagnostics and conservation of cultural heritage
work at the institutions in charge of the management and maintenance of cultural heritage, in local agencies, in companies and organisations working in these sectors


All students must fill in their study plan every year in order to register for exams. 

For the academic year 2022/2022, students enrolled in the first year can fill in their study plan from 25th July 2022. Students enrolled in the following years can fill in their study plans when their exam sessions in September are over (please refer to the academic calendar). 
Study plans can be modified until 1st March 2023

For further information, please refer to the Study plan and exams page.




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