GRADUATE UNIVERSITY STUDY PROGRAMME
CONSERVATION AND RESTAURATION

SPECIALISATIONS IN: WOOD, PAPER, TEXTILE, METAL, CERAMICS

  • ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

    ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

    The Dubrovnik study programme in Conservation and Restauration is based on a state-of-the-art technical, technological, expert and scientific knowledge in conservation and restauration, which is taught to students by numerous professors and experts. The programme is founded on a very much needed broad theoretical basis with focus on practical student work. Students take their regular classes in theory and do a part of their professional practice in the classrooms and workshops of the University of Dubrovnik. Also, they do a part of their professional practice in the workshops of the Croatian Conservation Institute in all parts of Croatia as well as in numerous Croatian museums, libraries, archives and private conservation and restauration workshops contracted by the University.

    During their study, students have the possibility to take classes in other universities with which the University of Dubrovnik has signed Erasmus+ contracts within the Erasmus+ Programme (Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Germany, Check Republic, Greece and other).

  • PROGRAMME DURATION

    PROGRAMME DURATION

    The graduate university study programme in Conservation and Restauration with specialisations in Wood, Paper, Textile, Metal and Ceramics lasts two years or four semesters (120 ECTS credits).

  • DEGREE AWARDED

    DEGREE AWARDED

    Upon the completion of this graduate programme, students are awarded the academic degree of a Master in Conservation and Restauration.

  • JOB OPPORTUNITIES

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES

    After graduating from this programme, students can work in state administration bodies, in county and (or) city offices for culture and cultural monuments protection, in museums, galleries, restauration and conservation workshops or archives or they can start their own business.

  • YEAR I


    Compulsory courses

    • Applied Chemistry G/I
    • Heritage Research by Natural Sciences I
    • Conservation and Restauration of Wood G/I
    • Conservation and Restauration of Paper G/I
    • Conservation and Restauration of Textile G/I
    • Conservation and Restauration of Metal G/I
    • Conservation and Restauration of Ceramics G/I
    • Applied Chemistry G/II
    • Heritage Research by Natural Sciences II
    • Critical Approach to Heritage
    • Conservation and Restauration of Wood G/II
    • Conservation and Restauration of Paper G/II
    • Conservation and Restoration of Textile G/II
    • Conservation and Restauration of Metal G/II
    • Conservation and Restauration of Ceramics G/II

    Elective courses

    • English Language G/I
    • Italian Language in Conservation and Restauration G/I
    • 19th Century Art in Croatia
    • Goldsmithery and Jewellery
    • Calligraphy
    • Wood Protection
    • English Language G/II
    • Italian Language in Conservation and Restauration G/II
    • Furniture History
    • Graphic Art History
    • Cultural History and Ceramics Forming Techniques
    • Sociology of Cultural Processes
    • Architecture History
  • YEAR II


    Compulsory courses

    • Conservation and Restauration of Wood G/III
    • Conservation and Restauration of Paper G/III
    • Conservation and Restauration of Textile G/III
    • Conservation and Restauration of Metal G/III
    • Conservation and Restauration of Ceramics G/III
    • Conservation and Restauration Workshop Practice
    • Conservation and Restauration of Wood G/IV
    • Conservation and Restauration of Paper G/IV
    • Conservation and Restauration of Textile G/IV
    • Conservation and Restauration of Metal G/IV
    • Conservation and Restauration of Ceramics G/IV
    • Master’s Thesis

    Elective courses

    • English Language G/III
    • Italian Language in Conservation and Restauration G/III
    • English Language G/IV
    • Italian Language in Conservation and Restauration G/IV
    • Illumination
    • Selected Topics in Modern Art
  • WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

    WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

    This unique study programme in Conservation and Restauration in Croatia has been fully aligned with the Bologna Process. This programme ensures a daily cooperation between teachers and students as well as student mobility, whereby students are enabled to enrol courses of a similar profile and workload (expressed in ECTS credits) compatible to the Dubrovnik study programme at any university in the European Union member states.

  • OUR FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

    OUR FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

    • Two amphitheatres
    • 17 classrooms
    • Five computer laboratories
    • Distance learning classroom
    • Wood workshop
    • Paper workshop
    • Textile workshop
    • Metal workshop
    • Ceramics workshop
    • Atelier
    • Photo laboratory
    • Chemistry laboratory
  • CONTACT

    CONTACT

    www.unidu.hr

    Email: upisi@unidu.hr

    Phone: +385 20 446 028

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