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Oxford Brookes University MSc in Historic Conservation
Oxford Brookes University

MSc in Historic Conservation

Headington, United Kingdom

12 Months

English

Full time, Part time

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GBP 15,800 / per year *

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* UK students full-time: £8,900 | International/EU students full-time: £15,800

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Introduction

Gain the expertise to shape the future through the buildings and places we value from the past.

This course puts you at the centre of historic conservation practice. You’ll be introduced to fundamental concepts and techniques and taught by leading experts from across the field.

Topics of study include:

  • History of architecture and the built environment
  • Analysis and recording of historic sites
  • Legal and policy frameworks
  • Conservation techniques for traditional and modern structures
  • Financial analysis.

Throughout the course, you’ll be challenged to think critically and holistically and supported to develop an intelligent, professional approach. Regular field trips and hands-on workshops let you apply your learning to current practice while building your experience and networks.

Teaching is delivered jointly by Oxford Brookes and the University of Oxford, combining the internationally renowned research and teaching expertise of the two institutions.

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