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Art History and Archaeology

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24 months
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Netherlands Government
Type of institution
Research University

Program description

The Research Master's programme in Art History and Archaeology is to train students in the theory and methodology of material culture studies from disciplinary and technical perspectives.

This multidisciplinary programme creates an awareness of the specific responsibilities that face academics today with regard to the historical study, conservation, restoration and public presentation of cultural heritage. The programme familiarizes students with techniques for translating these responsibilities into fundamental research, analytical reports and interesting exhibitions. Students acquire significant experience in field research in the Netherlands and abroad, as well as training in conservation and restoration. This multidisciplinary programme involves the Visual Arts, Architecture and Planning History, the Prehistory and Protohistory of Northwest Europe, and Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology (including Greece, Italy and Egypt). Within the general framework of this Research Master's programme, students can choose a specialization that is in line with their own interests, expertise and academic background.

Admission requirements

Previous education

Bachelor's degree in Art History or Archaeology

Knowledge minimum

Excellent academic record, letter of motivation and letters of recommendation.

Language test

Students must provide proof of a high level of language proficiency (a minimum of 620 TOEFL score).

Language requirements

IELTS overall band: 7, TOEFL paper based: 620, TOEFL computer based: 260, TOEFL internet based: 105

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