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  • Programme type Laurea Magistrale a ciclo unico (Single cycle degree/Combined Bachelor and Master - 300/360 ECTS)
  • Place of teaching Ravenna
  • Language Italian
  • Type of access Restricted access
  • Degree Programme Class LMR/02 - Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage
  • Degree Programme Director Mariangela Vandini
  • Learning activities Course structure diagram

Accomodation Opportunities

Fondazione Flaminia offers different accomodations to Students attending the First/Second or the Single Cycle Degree Programme of the Bologna University Ravenna Campus.

You can find all the informations and contacts at the website of Fondazione Flamiania.

Programme aims

The single cycle degree programme (five-year master's degree) in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage prepares for the professional figure of Restorer of Cultural Heritage (see art. 29, para. 6,7,8,9 D.L. 42/04 and further modifications: D.M. 02.03.2011 art. 1 para. 2). The Restorer of Cultural Heritage is a graduate-professional who diagnoses the state of conservation and is able to organize direct or indirect interventions to limit the processes of degradation of the materials that constitute the cultural heritage, in order to assure the state of conservation and safeguard its… Read more

Admission requirements

For admission to the single cycle degree programme, applicants must have a five-year high school diploma, or other equivalent qualification obtained abroad, or a four-year high school diploma with the relative supplementary year. If this supplementary year is no longer operative, admitted students will be assigned additional learning requirements. Basic knowledge of History, Arts and Sciences as well as knowledge of English to level B1 are also required. Since the single cycle degree programme envisages a considerable amount of practical activity in the restoration laboratories, the… Read more