For best experience please turn on javascript and use a modern browser!


Conservation and Restoration

The Master's in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage comprises nine specialisations in conservation and a track Technical Art History. Some of these are relatively unique worldwide, such as Contemporary Art, Historic Interiors and Photography. In addition, it is also possible to obtain a so-called 'free master', tailor-made to support a student's ambition in, for example, conservation science or preventive conservation.

Book and Paper

Contemporary Art

Glass and Ceramics

Historic Interiors




Wood and Furniture

Technical Art History
This new branch of art history focuses on an artwork as a physical object: it studies the materials, techniques and production methods that went into its making, as well as artist’s reflections on the process of creation.