University of Barcelona

Direction of Conservation and Restoration Projects (biennial)


Pre-enrolment calendar

The pre-enrolment period opens as of January and closes, at the latest, in September. Each centre and each master's degree can establish their specific periods within this general period.

Closed Pre-enrolment


  • Pre-enrolment fee: A pre-enrolment fee of 30,21 euros is charged. Students who apply to more than one master's degree must pay the fee for each pre-enrolment request. Pre-enrolment requests cannot be processed until this fee has been paid.Fees will only be refunded if the master's degree in question is suspended.
  • Reserved places: A maximum of 5% of the new places of the master's degree are reserved for students who meet the general and specific access requirements and accredit the recognition of a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%.

Required documentation

Selection criteria

The admission and selection criteria focus on the following skills and achievements:

1. Previous studies of conservation-restoration as well as other complementary previous courses.
2. Demonstrable professional experience in conservation-restoration.
3. The following capacities:
- Capacity to learn effectively: academic record in conservation and restoration.
- Capacity to perform specific conservation and restoration tasks.
- Full-time commitment to the course, or part-time commitment that is compatible with professional activity.

Decisions on admission are taken by a selection committee comprised of three members of teaching staff, who will take into account:
- The academic record for the bachelor's degree, diploma or equivalent degree in conservation-restoration (weighting: 0.75 points out of 10).
- Other studies that are related to the area of conservation-restoration (weighting: 1 point out of 10).
- Professional experience in conservation and restoration (weighting: 1.5 points out of 10).
- Foreign language skills (weighting: 0.75 points out of 10).
- IT knowledge (weighting: 0.25 points out of 10).
- The time that can be dedicated to studies and is compatible with professional activity (weighting: 0.25 points out of 10).
- Written expression evaluated in the application, in which candidates outline their reasons and suitability for studying the master's degree (weighting: 0.75 points out of 10).
- Oral expression: candidates may be interviewed by the selection committee (weighting: 0.75 points out of 10).


The Admission Committee decides which candidates are admitted, within the period established during the pre-enrolment process.
As is standard in the University of Barcelona's pre-enrolment system, candidates will be informed of the admission decision by email and by post. The full admission list will then published on the website.
Candidates who do not agree with the admission decision may choose to lodge an appeal to the Academic Committee, which will review the application and issue a definitive decision.


Closed Enrolment