The Master’s programme in Conservation and Restoration conducted by SUPSI as part of the Swiss Conservation-Restoration Campus teaches students the specialist skills required for the restoration of wall paintings, stucco-work and stone surfaces.
The didactic programme focuses on site and laboratory practice, integrated with scientific methodologies and innovative techniques that can help students to develop independent experimental and research skills.
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Admission to the Master's programme in Conservation-Restoration is subject to having passed an aptitude test which is open to applicants with a Bachelor’s Degree in Conservation or with a qualification considered as equivalent. The aptitude test assesses the following aspects: professional and academic curriculum, manual skills in the specialist sector, the ability to understand observed phenomena of alteration and degradation and the methodological approach.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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