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The twenty-five years of the MUBC programme's existence have seen a growing awareness of the cultural, social and economic importance of conserving the built heritage of buildings and urban areas. In this country and internationally, there is a growing demand for the knowledge and skills required to maintain and manage the wide range of buildings that form the material culture of society. We have also seen the development of the legislative environment, giving effect to Ireland’s ratification for the Convention for the Protection of the Architectural Heritage Europe. There is now an expectation that the care of historic buildings will meet the highest international standards. The conservation of buildings and the conservation of towns and urban areas are distinct but related concerns.

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Entry Requirements

Candidates for the Degree must obtain the permission of the Faculty before entering on the course. A candidate who is a holder of the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture, or of an equivalent qualification in Architecture or a degree in a related discipline, shall be eligible to obtain the Degree of Master of Urban and Building Conservation on the following conditions

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