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Entry Requirements

MA in Preventive Conservation

Prospective students would generally have a first degree or comparable working experience in Collections Care. The programme can follow on from a wide range of first degrees including: Art History, Archaeology, Fine Art, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering or Computing.

Alternatively for those already involved in Collections Care comparable working experience could be considered.

You will also need:
• Good written and spoken English
• A computer
• A digital camera

Grants and Awards
A number of students each year qualify for the Professional and Vocational Awards given by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Application Procedure
Prospective student are required to complete an application form and provide two academic and personal references. An interview is not required providing the student has met all the prerequisites for entry to the programme. In cases where the student has not been able to meet all the requirements an interview by phone may be required.

The admissions officer for the Preventive Conservation MA is Jean Brown –

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