MSc Degrees

  • Delivered by the Weald & Downland Living Museum and validated by the University of York About The Museum The Weald & Downland Living Museum has established itself as a provider of specialist education and training in building conservation and historic building techniques. The fifty historic buildings reconstructed on its beautiful downland site give the Museum... (more info)
  • MSc Alumni Day 2020Saturday 17 October 2020
    10.30am – 4pm The course A day for the Alumni of the MSc in Timber Building Conservation and Building Conservation delivered at the Museum. We invite past students to the Museum to contribute twenty minute presentations on building conservation, ideally recent projects you have worked on, as well as spend time at the Museum, get... (more info)
  • MSc 2020 applicationsProgrammes start in Autumn 2020
    Entry requirements for both MSc Building Conservation and MSc Timber Building Conservation The programmes are designed to provide a high level, practical and professional education at Masters level for students who have: at least a second class honours degree or an equivalent qualification from an overseas institution in archaeology, architecture, surveying, engineering or conservation, or... (more info)
  • Delivered by the Weald & Downland Living Museum and validated by the University of York About the Museum The Weald & Downland Living Museum has established itself as a provider of specialist education and training in building conservation and historic building techniques. The fifty historic buildings reconstructed on its beautiful downland site give the Museum... (more info)