Master's Degree Programme in Heritage Conservation

Programme abstract

The master’s degree programme in Heritage Conservation is run in cooperation with Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts/Department of Design. This interdisciplinary programme provides in-depth, practice-oriented expertise in the various professional fields of heritage conservation. In four semesters, this programme leads to a second professionally qualifying degree. In addition to teaching specialist knowledge, the programme also actively incorporates working techniques and approaches resulting from interdisciplinary cooperation, organisational skills and clear argumentation skills. More information on the programme profile can be found here.

The programme at a glance
Final examinationMaster's thesis
DegreeMaster of Arts
ECTS Points120
Type of StudiesFull-time and part-time possible
Standard Programme Duration4 Semesters
Programme StartWinter semester only
AdmissionsA university degree or equivalent qualification comprising 180 ECTS, including 30 ECTS in a directly relevant subject