Project Based Education

Our project-based educational initiative aims to provide an advanced program centered on conserving and managing cultural heritage, focusing on historical structures and traditional settlements, including towns, villages, landscapes, and archaeological sites. By integrating a rigorous theoretical and scientific framework with hands-on practical experiences, including studio work and laboratory projects, our projects enable graduate students to cultivate specialized expertise in the analysis, research, and application of cultural heritage conservation.

We actively seek out ambitious individuals from diverse backgrounds who possess a strong interest in comprehending and safeguarding the significance of cultural assets in contemporary society. The Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage program welcomes students from disciplines such as architecture, city and regional planning, civil engineering, and chemistry.