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University of Applied Sciences - Erfurt

University of Applied Sciences - Erfurt

Conservation and Restoration - Master

Conservation and restoration courses at the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt focus on: Archaeological cultural assets and arts and crafts, glass painting and objects made of glass, plastic sculptures and architecture made of stone, wall painting and architectural settings and mosaics.

 
Main fields of study

In the Master's programme students complete a second specialisation in restoration and also take the modules Restoration Management and Preventive Conservation.  
  •  Archaeological heritage and arts and crafts
  •  Stained glass and glass objects
  •  Sculptural works of art and stone architecture
  •  Mural painting and architectural frame
  •  Mosaic

Students acquire interdisciplinary knowledge of methodological, aesthetic and technological issues concerning the consolidation, cleaning and supplementation of art and cultural assets. They acquire interdisciplinary knowledge of cause analysis and treatment concepts.

In the majors Restoration Management and Preventive Conservation as well as in the specialisation subjects, students acquire cross-disciplinary skills that enable them to take on leading positions in restoration companies and institutions of art and cultural heritage conservation and to work freelance.
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Websitewww.fh-erfurt.de/kr
Wikipediade.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fachhochschule_Erfurt
AcronymFHE
CountryGermany
RegionEurope
TopicGlass, Architecture, Archaeology, Murals
TypificationUniversity
 

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