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The Department of Conservation and the Conservation Program is now a full member of the ENCoRE

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The Department of Conservation and the Conservation Program is now a full member of the European Network for Conservation-Restoration Education (ENCoRE). The membership was confirmed during the General Assembly of ENCoRE (26-27/11/2020).

The establishment of the new Master’s completes the education for conservators required (3 + 2). Important factors in the assessment were the practical skills which consist significant part of the training, and the fact that students have now the opportunity to specialize at Master’s level in the material/type of heritage available.

ENCoRE, a European network organisation of higher educational institutions in the field of conservation – restoration has as its main objective to promote research and education in the field of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage. We are joining a network of more than 40 universities which is of extreme importance to exchange ideas and enhance educational goals.

For more information about ENCoRE