Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo / Portale Web di Ateneo

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2016/2017 LMR/02 - Classe delle lauree magistrali ciclo unico in Conservazione e Restauro dei Beni Culturali Urbino

Learning Objectives

The masters degree in conservation and restoration of cultural heritage intends to train graduates who must: • have thorough, specific skills in the most advanced methods and techniques regarding the prevention of physical-chemical-biological damage to conservation and restoration of cultural heritage; • have advanced scientific knowledge of materials that constitute cultural heritage, their physical-chemical properties, their deterioration processes and interaction with the conservation environment; • have the ability to intervene in emergency situations of cultural heritage, starting up suitable action in catastrophes; • have specific skills in treatments and interventions to be carried out on materials and their conservation environment, to prevent or limit deterioration; • have the capacity to monitor and evaluate suitability of the conservation environment, and to organise and manage micro-climate control of cultural heritage conservation environments; • known how to manage the design and realisation of maintenance, conservation and restoration in all its phases, using the most modern and least invasive methods, also using or coordinating different areas of knowledge; • have the capacity of planning diagnostic protocols aimed at analysing and evaluating the state of conservation of cultural heritage and the ongoing deterioration processes; • promote knowledge of these methods and techniques in both a scientific and applicational context; • possess thorough knowledge of at least one European language other than Italian. The course lasts five years and follows one of the main professional training paths regulated by the Min. Decree. 87/2009; • Items painted on wood and fabric, wooden sculptures, furnishings and wooden structures, items in synthetic materials that are assembled or painted (PFP2).
Conservation and Restauration of Cultural Heritage (LMR/02)

Scheda Unica Annuale Corso di Studio (SUA-CdS)

Con la Scheda Unica Annuale dei Corsi di Studio (SUA-CdS) vengono comunicati gli obiettivi del corso e le informazioni utili a studenti, famiglie e stakeholder nell'ambito delle politiche della qualità.

Scheda completa Scheda sintetica

How to apply for Conservation and Restauration of Cultural Heritage

Course with limited number of positions
Number of positions
10 available
Admission deadline
Applications due by 09/09/2016
Call for applications
Application procedure
You can apply from the 18/07/2016 to the 11/10/2016 . Using the online procedure you can register to fill in the application and pay with PagoPA (Credit Card, PayPal) to complete the payment of the admission fee.
Online registration
Online registration Registration guidelines

Useful documents and materials

Call for applications download
Scheda del corso download
Piano degli Studi download

Information on teaching and research activities

Contact your tutor
Tutors are there to help students find their way around and organize their attendance, in order to turn them into active participants in their formative process, and to remove all the obstacles that prevent them from attending all their courses. For information: tutor.restauro@uniurb.it
Prof.ssa Laura Baratin
 0722 304586   laura.baratin@uniurb.it

Administrative contacts

 0722 305321/322   0722 304541   segreteriastudenti.scientifica@uniurb.it

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