The graduates of the Master programme for Conservation and Restoration will be able to ascertain and take the responsibility of whether or not original substance should be treated. In order to do this, they will have to conduct complex investigations on the original artifact and to produce and apply conservation concepts.
Their awareness of their responsibility also implies knowledge of the legal background of their actions. They will be able to conduct conservation projects independently and to verbally express the reasons for their decisions and the measures taken, as well as produce a written documentation with photographic records of their action. In addition, they should participate actively in research and development in the conservation sciences.
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