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School of Conservation, Royal Danish Academy

The School of Conservation (SoC) is part of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Established in 1973 under the Ministry of Culture, SoC offers study programs founded on research, which in scope and quality are on a level with those offered by the international leaders in the field and which ensure that our students have the best possible academic foundation to meet the challenges they will encounter in their future work in preserving our cultural heritage in museums, archives, libraries etc. The School of Conservation offers a three-year undergraduate program in conservation (bachelor's degree) and a two-year master program (master's degree). The completed bachelor program forms the basis of the master program and qualifies the bachelor to seek admission to the master program. The bachelor program and the master program both qualify for gainful employment. We also offer a three-year postgraduate research program (PhD). Programs in conservation are offered within 5 areas: Graphic Art, Pictorial Art, Object Conservation, Monumental Art and Natural History. (from website)

Web Address
Postal Address Konservatorskolen (School of Conservation)

Esplanaden 34 DK-1263 Copenhagen K


Phone +45 33 74 47 00
Fax +45 33 74 47 77
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Categories Research / training
Website Languages English