Welcome to the homepage of Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation! We are pleased about your interest!

Here you have the opportunity to inform yourself comprehensively about our M.Sc. programme Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation. On our pages and sub-pages you will find detailed information about the M.Sc. programme, application, current projects, excursions and much more! Get to know our lecturers in Coburg und Bamberg and learn more about life and studying in Bamberg.

Also take a look at our social media presence, here you will find out everything about our current activities in teaching and research.

We are looking forward to your application. Are there any questions left unanswered? Then please contact our student advisory service: studienberatung-msc.ddt[at]uni-bamberg.de  


Profile

short profile of study programme 
Final exam:Master's thesis
Title:Master of Science (M. Sc.)
ECTS-Points:120
Standard period of study:4 semesters
Start of programme:only winter semester
Type of programme:full-time or part-time
Admission requirement:Bachelor's degree with grade 2.5 or better
Accreditation/ Certification: Yes, the program is accredited (certified) since October 2019 by the University of Bamberg.

Description

The course is conducted jointly by the Department of Heritage Sciences at the University of Bamberg and the University of Applied Sciences Coburg. The Digital Heritage Technologies Master's programme leads to a second professional qualification and can be studied full-time or part-time. The lectures and seminars take place in Bamberg and Coburg (both can be reached with the semester ticket for the region), and are supplemented by an attractive offer of practical exercises at buildings or in museums, as well as excursions.


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You can find information about our current activities. We invite you to drop by and contact us to learn more about our course content and research projects. We look forward to hearing from you!

Akkreditierung

The M.Sc. Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation was accredited in September 2019. This means for students that the programme with its structures and contents fulfils the required quality criteria of the Accreditation Council. A degree in an accredited study programme can, for example, be decisive for a career in higher state service.

Summary evaluation of the accreditation company external link follows ACQUIN.