Master in Arts in Croatia

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

The academic area of arts studies consists of a wide variety of different art forms. Students may choose to focus on a particular area of interest or learn the history and culture of arts in general.

Croatia is a good choice for students wishing to study in a place well known for its beautiful coast, its mix of Mediterranean and South-Eastern European charm and rich historical and cultural heritage.

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Master in Restoration and Conservation

University of Dubrovnik
Campus Full time 2 years October 2018 Croatia Dubrovnik

The graduate study in Restoration and Conservation (wood, paper, textile, metal, and ceramics) lasts two years, i.e. four semesters (120 ECTS credits). Upon completion of the graduate study, students acquire the academic degree of Master in Conservation and Restoration (wood, paper, textile, metal, ceramics). [+]

Restoration and Conservation (wood, paper, textile, metal, and ceramics)

The graduate study in Restoration and Conservation (wood, paper, textile, metal, and ceramics) lasts two years, i.e. four semesters (120 ECTS credits). Upon completion of the graduate study, students acquire the academic degree of Master in Conservation and Restoration (wood, paper, textile, metal, ceramics).

Upon successful completion of this study, students are qualified for employment in state administration, in county and/ or town offices in charge of culture and monument protection, in museums, galleries, restoration and conservation workshops or archives, or they can start their own business. This study is the only one of its kind in Croatia, and it is fully in line with the Bologna Declaration. The framework of this program implies the day to day cooperation of teachers and students, the mobility of both teachers and students during the course and the possibility for the students to enroll in any course of a similar profile and level (expressed in ECTS credits) in universities of the European Union that offer compatible studies.... [-]