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Learn more about studying on our renowned Conservation courses in London.

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Online open days for our MA Conservation take place from autumn to spring. They are a great opportunity to find out more about the course content, meet our teaching team and ask them any questions you may have, learn about our specialist facilities and get a feel for what it’s like to study here.

We run our online open days in small groups so you’ll have the opportunity to find out everything you want to know, and you can expect it to take approximately 30 minutes.

You are also invited to take part in one of our weekly Student Virtual Chats where you can talk to current Art School students and ask about their experiences of studying with us. Register here.

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About Conservation training at City & Guilds of London Art School

On our renowned MA Conservation, you can specialise in the conservation of either Stone, Wood & Decorative Surfaces or Books & Paper. We also offer BA (Hons) and GradDip courses in either the conservation of Books & Paper or Stone, Wood & Decorative Surfaces.

The Art School has been providing high-quality conservation courses for over 50 years, developing an outstanding reputation within the heritage sector.

Conservation of cultural objects or books and paper is a complex, specialist area, that requires a deep understanding of science subjects and humanities, as well as craft and practice-based project management. From our extensive experience of teaching conservation and from expert industry feedback, we know that in order to gain the vast amount of specialist knowledge, skills and experience you need to forge a successful career as a conservator, you are best advised to study a three year BA (Hons) Conservation course before tackling MA level study in this subject.

Our MA Conservation course focuses on complex advanced level Conservation projects and sets out to equip graduates to go on to become leaders in the field. It is designed for those who have either an undergraduate degree in Conservation or who have extensive professional experience within a conservation setting.

The course involves high level conservation projects, advanced conservation science, research, ethics and professional practice. The course culminates in the completion of an ambitious practical conservation project accompanied by an extended research and treatment report.

MA Conservation will prepare you to work on ambitious, or large-scale conservation projects as a specialist or project leader and to work as an expert in International contexts. You will be supported by our conservation tutors, all leading experts in the field.

We offer a broad range of grants & financial assistance to help students fund their education. When you have accepted a place on one of our courses, you can apply for available funding.

Our extensive links with leading museums and private collectors will provide you with high-profile live projects and a professional network. In the last five years, almost 100% of graduates have been employed in conservation within six months of graduation, including an annual funded internship in Venice. Many of our alumni have gone on to work within national museum and gallery conservation departments in senior conservation posts.

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