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The admission fee for the SAHC programme is 8,000 Euro. By decision of the European Commission, students holding an Erasmus Mundus Category B scholarship are waived by 50%. Three types of scholarships are made available.
Last updated: 28 Mar 2013 | Rotary Foundation Global Study Grants for Development Rotary Foundation Postgraduate Studies Deadline: Rolling Study in: any Country* Course starts AY 2013/2014 Last updated: 26 Mar 2013 |
The focal point of the master's programme in Cultural Heritage is on recent cultural monuments. Cultural heritage at NTNU aims to educate future cultural heritage managers on making use and protecting cultural monuments. Moreover, the master's programme proposes to educate candidates in providing the public with the opportunity of getting better and stronger experiences of cultural monuments. Norway has recently completed an extensive museum reform.
The Heritage Conservation program develops your skills in the care and conservation of traditional and modern buildings, the latter a growing concern of contemporary conservation practice. This program equips students to develop specific skills in assessment, interpretation, management, formulation of policy and documentation of culturally significant places, including buildings, sites and cultural landscapes. This program is broad-based and interdisciplinary. You will draw on expertise from other fields of study to complement your conservation practice.
Are there any scholarships for International Postgraduate Coursework students? The Faculty of Architecture offers NO entry scholarships for Postgraduate coursework students. The only Scholarships and Prizes available are for enrolled postgraduate coursework students. See the following link for scholarship details . Is the information available on the web similar to the print information sent by mail? YES!!
WORLD HERITAGE STUDIES is an innovative study programme that combines a wide range of academic disciplines and aims to train future professionals in the field of cultural and natural heritage. The safeguarding and development of natural and cultural assets, as well as their presentation and dissemination to the public are important tasks for present and future generations. Since the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage was adopted by UNESCO’s General Conference in 1972, more than 900 cultural and natural properties all over the world have been nominated as World Heritage sites. One of the most important issues in this context is the increasing demand for trained experts who could ensure that these sites of outstanding universal value are protected and sustainably managed.
Deadline: DAAD in Bonn: 31st August or University: 30th September or 15th October Open to: interested students from developing countries the list is here Scholarship: Full covered DAAD’s program of “Postgraduate Courses for Professionals with Relevance to Developing Countries.” If you would like to apply for the scholarship offered in this context, please note that several special conditions apply. Please read the information provided here very carefully. We now accept applications from qualified applicants for the 2013/14 intake . Eligibility Criteria
November 2012 - From Nov 5 to 9, the annual SPRING Network Meeting took place in Dortmund. All the partner universities had sent their representatives, Mario Delos Reyes (Philippines), Ally Hasan Namangaya (Tanzania), Patricio Belloy (Chile), Eric Oduro-Ofori and Dan Inkoom (Ghana). The first two days were comitted to the admission of SPRING students for the next academic year and the selection of qualified candidates for DAAD scholarships, which was conducted together with the representatives from DAAD (Anke Stahl and Birgit Skailes). A focus of the following days was a discussion of scenarios and exchange of ideas about the future direction of the SPRING programme to meet anticipated challenges.
Weaving Hinemihi's People A tukutuku weaving workshop will be held at the Institute of Archaeology on 5-6 April and participants are invited to drop in and see the weaving in progress. More... Stasis in the Medieval World A conference entitled ' Stasis in the Medieval World ' being held as part of the Early Medieval Interdisciplinary Conference Series (EMICS) will take place at the Institute of Archaeology on 13-14 April. More...
Last updated: 07 Feb 2013 London Metropolitan University Master’s Degree Deadline: 31 May/31 Oct Study in: London, UK Course starts Sept 2013 Brief description: London Metropolitan University offers merit-based postgraduate scholarships to outstanding international students who wants to pursue a Master’s Degree at the University.
MSc/Diploma Building Conservation (Technology and Management) Distance Learning Only | Postgraduate study | Heriot-Watt UniversityOverview Building conservation is a combination of social, historic, philosophical, technical and legislative processes. The MSc in Building Conservation (Technology & Management) has been designed to encapsulate these core areas.
There are a range of awards offered at the University of York from scholarships directly funded by the University to those funded by UK Research Councils. There are also scholarships supported through generous donations from Alumni as well as a number of other smaller schemes. The types, funding and numbers of awards for postgraduate students change every year according to the type of opportunities available. White Rose Studentships The University of York is part of the White Rose Universities Consortium with the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield.
Overview Delivered by experienced heritage professionals and leading researchers, the MA in Cultural Heritage Management provides appropriate and vital training for professional roles across the heritage sector within and outside the UK. By combining academic studies with practical applications and placement opportunities, this flexible MA programme provides an informed and up-to-date overview of heritage management theory and practice. The cultural heritage sector has expanded rapidly in recent years creating a diversity of opportunities in museums, local authorities, consultancies and agencies. The number of York’s CHM alumni now working in the heritage sector is testament to the course’s success in combining theory with practice, and to its emphasis on vocational training. Being taught within the Department of Archaeology does not mean this course is only for students with an Archaeology degree, or that the course emphasises only Archaeological heritage.
Overview The MA in the Archaeology of Buildings is designed to train students in the systematic research, recording, analysis and interpretation of historic buildings within the heritage sector. In recent years, government, industry and the wider public have begun to appreciate the value and significance of historic buildings as some of the most significant assets within the heritage resource.