New MA Course in Applied Sciences to Cultural Heritage

User menu

Thursday, 2 September, 2021 - 23:59

The Cultural Heritage Department at the University of Padua has just announced a new study track, held completely in English, in Applied Sciences to Cultural Heritage, Materials and Sites, of the Master’s degree in Archaeological Sciences. This new course has been created in partnership with the Geosciences Department and is aimed at archaeologists, chemists, mineralogists and conservation scientists.

Selected students may also have the possibility to earn a double degree with the University Of Haifa (Maritime Archaelogical Heritage) and with the Université Bordeaux Montaigne (Archaelogical Sciences).

Applications are now open.

For more information go to:

To apply visit: