The master’s degree Direction of Conservation-Restoration Projects is intended to train future professionals in the field of heritage conservation and restoration. The structure of the master’s degree seeks to provide students with the knowledge and practical experience needed for them to become successful project managers in heritage conservation and restoration.
The Master is offered biennially (every two courses).
Is planned admission of new students for the 2014-15 year.
During 2015-16 only be offered the Practicum and Master Thesis.
The master’s degree is designed to give a specialization to degree holders who already have specific training in the field of heritage conservation and restoration.
The content of the master’s degree addresses project management focused on collections and heritage ensembles, strengthening the role of the conservationist and restorer as a professional who coordinates the multidisciplinary work of conservation and restoration, and providing the competences needed for interventions of this magnitude.
Specialization in the conservation of collections of different types (paint on canvas / wood / mural / elements of architectural goods / graph paper, etc.).
Project Management (budgeting, applications for grants, etc..)
Project Management of scientific analysis (laboratory practices of CCIT-UB) http://www.ccit.ub.edu/EN/home.html
-Ability to stay subsidized agreements for the realization of Practicum and / or TFM abroad.
(You can view a summary of the Master by clicking on "SESSION" and at the presentation that is hanging)