The Master in Artistic Heritage Conservation and Restoration has an important interdisciplinary character. It is possible to contribute to the projects that the lecturers are developing in the area, always safeguarding the student’s freedom of choice. It provides access and the opportunity to learn in the conservation and restoration clinic where we can count on a highly qualified and experienced professional. For me, it is also extremely important the learning carried out on the application of non-destructive analysis to heritage.

Mónica Reis

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