Started in the academic year 2006/2007. The minimum number of credits for the degree is 120 (2 years).
The Master in Conservation and Restoration must be autonomous and apply the fundamentals of preventive conservation as well as performing curative intervention in the Piece he will intervene.
The competence to carry out a restoration intervention implies a critical attitude and a thorough diagnosis allowing proposing intervention, preventive or curative measures. For that critical attitude development disciplines as history and art production techniques and methods of examination and analysis in Art and Archaeology are particularly relevant.
During the trainee period, with the duration of 1 year, students will continue increasing knowledge in their specialization area. Trained professional will know how to innovate, how to update in permanence and how to compete internationally.
Portuguese students: 1063,47 €/year
Foreign students: 7000 €/year (60% reduction for CPLP students)
1st phase: 1st may to 14th july
2nd phase: 26th to 31st august 2019
Acceptance rate in masters
Accepted applicants will have to pay (within a maximum of 7 consecutive days from the date of placement) a non-refundable rate of 100 euros, which will be deducted, after registration, from the total tuition fee. Any payment made after the deadline will not be refunded, leaving the candidate excluded.
Vacancies for 2019/2020:
Professor Joana Lia Ferreira
Registration number R/A-Ef 3096/2011/AL01 on 16/05/2018
Accreditation on 08/03/2017, for 6 years
The Department of Conservation and Restoration of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa has the mission of teaching and research thus contributing to a better conservation and heritage enjoyment, especially the valuable and almost ancient Portuguese heritage in urgent need to preserve for future generations.
Laboratories and properly equipped workshops allow quality research in conservation science and its applications to restoration. A network of national and international collaborations enables the development of exciting projects, of recognized quality, and creates unique opportunities for master stages and career opportunities.
DCR believes that the passion for research and enthusiasm for heritage conservation and restoration should be shared with their students. So in the next academic year, from the 2nd Semester onwards , students will be asked to choose a laboratory / workshop, join their team to participate in the activities of day-to-day as well as in the ongoing innovative projects. They will formulate new ideas, knowing how to acquire and process new data, challenge / question the boundaries of common sense, discover things never before thought and apply them to better conserve, restore and enjoy the works of art!More info