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Description. Durham University's unique MA in Museum and Artefact Studies will provide you with the high quality training relevant to a career in museums, the cultural heritage sector, and in the academic world. Read more
Register your interest now. This MA provides training in the documentation and interpretation of artefacts from archaeological sites and museum collections. Read more
Internationally recognised as a pioneering incubator of original designers who challenge the notion of how fashion products change and influence the world we live in. Read more
Material culture and artefact studies combines the archaeological recovery and specialist examination of an object with its presentation, management and understanding within a cultural context. Read more
Description. This is a 2 year (full-time) or 3 year (part-time) course, which educates you to be conservators capable of researching, analysing, cleaning, preserving and caring for a wide range of archaeological and museum objects. Read more
Description. This is a two-year course, which trains graduate students to be conservators of archaeological and museum objects. You will learn to research, analyse, clean, preserve and care for a wide range of artefacts and you will learn how to make decisions to help safeguard this material for the future. Read more
Taught in collaboration with Archaeology, this Masters in Museum Studies. Artefacts & Material Culture introduces you to the specialist skills of archaeological finds analysis and topics related to the study and care of artefact collections. Read more
Overview. This MSc programme concentrates on science-based archaeology and is ideal for people who want to become post-excavation or artefact specialists in the museum or commercial sectors. Read more
The Masters in Celtic & Viking Archaeology provides an introduction to both theory and practice in approaches to early medieval archaeology, based on our particular research strengths in the settlements and material culture of Celtic, Pictish and Viking peoples, and in the archaeology of kingship and political development. Read more
Software Development (Conversion). The MSc in Software Development provides a year of intensive education in software engineering and is ideal for graduates of disciplines other than computing. Read more
The. Master of Philosophy. specialising in Inclusive Innovation (MPhil) is an interdisciplinary, research-based degree that leads to the development of novel and sustainable solutions for social challenges. Read more
The V&A/RCA History of Design MA and MPhil/PhD programmes are known internationally for an intellectually vigorous approach to the history of design and material culture. Read more
At the heart of the course is a unique and radical idea about teaching design. Embedded in the curriculum is a process, which enables students to develop their own design methods. Read more
Through our Archaeology MPhil/ you will conduct original and advanced research into a specialist area of archaeology. Read more
MA Fashion at Kingston University is a unique and innovative course combining the creative thinking of the Design School core beliefs with a very solid and 'creative' fashion industry focus. Read more

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