The study field of conservation involves the multiple layers of meaning of cultural heritage and is focused on preserving, restoring, and developing objects, buildings, crafts, landscapes, and gardens.
The Department of Conservation offers two unique master’s programmes. The Master's Programme in Conservation of Heritage Objects provides an opportunity to specialise within the conservation field, and to develop in depth skills in conservation techniques and instruments. The Master’s Programme in Conservation covers issues of maintenance and reuse, contemporary developments, and different aspects of participatory heritage planning, all in relation to the challenges of climate change, social movements, and socially equal futures. The programme also offers a great deal of flexibility if you are interested in specialising in your own area of interest.