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Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management
Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management
Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management

Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management

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  • Level:Master's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

Qualification Typical offer
Undergraduate degree An undergraduate degree in related fields such as architectural stained glass, conservation, art history, history, architecture, archaeology, fine arts, literary studies).
Other qualifications and experience Applicants without a degree, but with exceptional experience or demonstrable skills may also be admitted, subject to an entrance test. Previous experience in glass conservation is desirable.

English Requirements

Qualification Minimum requirement
IELTS 6.5, minimum 6.0 in each component
PTE Academic 61, minimum 55 in each component
C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency 176, minimum 169 in each component
TOEFL 87, minimum of 21 in each component
Trinity ISE III Merit in all requirements

If you've not met our English language requirements. You may be eligible for one of our pre-sessional English language courses. These courses will provide you with the level of English needed to meet the conditions of your offer. The length of course you need to take depends on your current IELTS scores and how much you need to improve to reach our English language requirements.




Course Information

Our Masters in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management will give you practical experience with up-to-date conservation techniques, and an opportunity to work with leading conservation studios, museums and heritage institutions in Britain, Europe and the United States.

The course will provide you with invaluable work experience, and networks for your future career.

You'll train for a variety of employment in stained glass conservation, cultural heritage management, arts administration, museums, and the administration of historic buildings. You'll combine practical work with intensive seminar study to investigate the key issues in approaches to conservation and heritage. The course will also prepare you for a higher research degree.

Every other year, you'll have the chance to join a European study tour, visiting major stained glass sites, and exploring leading conservation practices.

We teach the course in partnership with the Department of Archaeology.

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

  • Stained glass conservation
  • Cultural heritage management
  • Heritage and conservation
  • Arts administration
  • Museums, galleries, studios
  • Historic building administration
  • Academia

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