Studying at Science and Technology for Studying and Preserving the Cultural Heritage
Courses and academic activities are organized into two semesters:
First semester – from the end of September to December
Second semester – from the end of February to May
The courses that are not found in the first semester course timetables will be held in the second semester.
The Bachelor’s Degree Programme is freely accessible upon verification of basic training through a mandatory but non-selective test.
It is possible to carry out traineeships and internships either internally, in the various departments involved in the degree programme or externally at public organizations, such as research institutes, museums or private companies that deal with cultural heritage and its conservation.
For information about traineeships and internships, contact the University Study and Career Guidance Service (COSP).
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The COSP is the University Study and Career Guidance Service. It organises and coordinates, in close cooperation with the University Faculties and teaching facilities, a series of initiatives to attract high-school students and help graduates enter the labour market. The Academic Board presents the degree programme to new students in the first week of classes, and teachers accompany students throughout their educational pathway. A liaison network with the world of work and with public institutions provides students with internship opportunities at companies, museums and research centres.
Each year the Academic Board organizes meetings with organizations interested in the development of cultural heritage professionals as well as orientation days to guide students in their choice of internships and post-graduate programmes.