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City & Guilds of London Art School: Conservation

Institution City & Guilds of London Art School
Department Conservation Studies
Telephone 020 7091 1683
Study type Taught


The MA involves high level conservation projects, advanced conservation science, research, ethics and professional practice. The course culminates in the completion of an ambitious practical conservation project accompanied by an extended research and treatment report.

Our graduates have enjoyed an enviable rate of employment in the professional field. Many of the Department’s alumni have gone on to work within national museum and gallery conservation departments. This includes senior conservation posts in institutions such as Birmingham Museum and Art Collections, Historic Royal Palaces, the Museum of London, the National Trust, Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum, Wallace Collection and Westminster Abbey. Graduates are also employed throughout the private sector with firms such as Cliveden Conservation Workshops, Plowden and Smith, Nimbus Conservation, Taylor Pearce Conservation.

For course details, please see the drop-down menu below. The indicated course schedule is based on completing the MA on a one-year, full-time basis. The structure is the same for those completing the course on a part-time basis, but the content will be scheduled over two years rather than one.


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