Admission and enrolment
Admission to the Master's programme in Digital Heritage Technologies requires a university degree or an equivalent domestic or foreign degree with a standard period of study of at least six semesters amounting to 180 ECTS credits and an overall grade of 2.5 or better in a related programme.
Related study programmes are study programmes in (interior) architecture, civil engineering and all study programmes in the fields of heritage conservation and cultural property protection, restoration, building conservation and refurbishment, computer science and applied computer science, digital humanities/digital art history, archaeology, geography, surveying, archives, cultural management or communication design.
Your application is possible until the application deadlines for the winter semester. However, we kindly ask you to apply early until July 15 to allow your application to be processed.
You are welcome to enclose a letter of motivation, which you can upload under "Optional Messages". A letter of motivation is not obligatory, but it helps us to assess why you are interested in Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation and how your previous studies (possibly from a course of studies not mentioned above) are an ideal qualification for starting the course. This could be helpful in assessing whether your course of studies is related.
The courses take place at the University of Bamberg and at the University of Coburg. Students will also enrol at Coburg University of Applied Sciences as secondary students, so a semester ticket for free public transport to Coburg is included.