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FdSc Applied Architectural Stonework Conservation

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  • Objectives
    Throughout Europe there is a growing need for stonemasons and conservationists equipped with the skills and knowledge essential for maintaining the integrity and appearance of our historic buildings.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements:

    80 points from one 6-unit award
  • Academic Title
    FdSc Applied Architectural Stonework Conservation
  • Course description

    This Foundation degree develops such skills and in addition will give you an understanding of the legislative framework, philosophy and practical skills essential for heritage conservation. It will enable you to participate productively at a skilled and technical level by working with live projects and relevant organisations to develop the necessary practical foundation for effective contribution to the heritage conservation and masonry profession.

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