Cultural Heritage Management: Archaeology, architecture and urban planning

Cultural Heritage Management: Archaeology, architecture and urban planning

Course dates:
9 June, 2014 to 29 June, 2014
Art & Design
Application deadline:
Sunday, 4 May, 2014
National and Kapodistrain University of Athens
Athens, Greece

In June 2014, under the auspices of the postgraduate programme "Cultural Heritage Management: Archaeology, architecture and urban planning", a three-week Summer School under the same name will be organized, bringing three research areas in one project.

The programme is open mainly to students who have completed three years of undergraduate studies in compatible research subjects (i.e. archaeology, architecture and cultural technology) but also to people who have relevant knowledge of such topics and wish to acquire a comprehensive experience in archaeology, excavation and computer applications in archaeology, heritage conservation and documentation, conservation and restoration of monuments, cultural economics and cultural property law.

The School comprises daily lectures and practicals. The course includes ninety (90) hours of lectures, plus practicals and visits in archaeological sites and museums (see below). The successful completion of the programme corresponds to ECTS grades awarded by the University of Athens, the University of Patras and the University of the Aegean.

Dates: 9 – 29 June 2014

Please submit your application and CV at

Closing date for applications: May 4 2014

Course Fee: 3200 euros

The course fee includes tuition, accommodation and maintenance. Travel expenses are not included.

All lectures and workshops will be delivered in English.

Department of History & Archaeology, University of Athens
Department of Architecture, University of Patras,
Department of Cultural Technology & Communication, University of the Aegean

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