Students in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage write their MA theses during the latter half of the second year. For conservation students this is halfway through their studies to become a fully trained conservator, while students in Technical Art History, or Conservation Science, conclude their studies with the MA-thesis.
The UvA makes all MA theses available online, unless there is an embargo placed on them. You can browse the UvA MA theses repository via keywords in the search bar on UvA Scripties Online. In the menu at the left theses are categorised per specialisation. When a particular MA thesis cannot be found or accessed, please try to enquire with the author. Note that most theses are in Dutch until 2016, as the programme switched to English in 2015. The first MA theses in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage were completed in 2008.